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Dr. Stephen Flood

headshot photo of Stephen Flood with short reddish brown hair, mustache and beard wearing metal rimmed glasses and a blue jersey
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Science and Mathematics Center, Room 443

BS, University of Chicago
MS, PhD, University of Notre Dame

Stephen Flood is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Bridgewater State University. He received his PhD in mathematics from the University of Notre Dame in 2012. Before coming to Bridgewater in 2015, he taught at the Pennsylvania State University and at the University of Connecticut. In his research, he studies the interplay between counting arguments, the theory of computation, and mathematical logic. His research papers have been published in a range of journals including the Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, the Journal of Symbolic Logic (JSL), the Annals of Pure and Applied Logic (APAL), and the Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic (NDJFL). Dr. Flood has also mentored students in a range of independent studies and undergraduate research, with topics including - Information theory and guessing games - Applied modeling in NetLogo - The design of computer algebra systems - Independent study in measure theory. Dr. Flood teaches a wide range of classes including the calculus sequence, linear algebra, logic, and probability theory. More information about Dr. Flood’s teaching and research can be found at his personal website

Area of Expertise
Mathematical logic, Computability theory, Reverse mathematics