Jonathan Montaño is an assistant professor in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. His research is in commutative algebra and its interactions with combinatorics and algebraic geometry. As a graduate student he received a Ross Fellowship and a Bisland Dissertation Fellowship from Purdue University. He was also a recipient of an Oberwolfach Leibniz Fellowship from the Oberwolfach Research Institute. Montaño’s research is partially funded by the National Science Foundation.

Education

PhD Purdue University 2015

Research Interests

Montaño's research is in commutative algebra and its interactions with combinatorics and algebraic geometry. He is interested in multiplicities, blowup algebras, integral dependence, residual intersections, local cohomology, symbolic powers, resolutions, and convex geometry.