Jesse Adamski

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

School: School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department: School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Sub-department(s): Mathematics and Computer Science (UG)

joined: 2023


Dr. Jesse Adamski was born in Boynton Beach, Florida and grew up a few miles north in Lake Worth. After graduating from Lake Worth Christian High School, he attended Palm Beach Atlantic University for his undergraduate studies. During his junior year, he declared a double major in mathematics and secondary education. He earned a Master of Science in mathematics from Florida Atlantic University after writing his thesis, “Computing Automorphism Groups of Projective Planes,” under the supervision of Doctor Spyros Magliveras. He worked for a year as an adjunct at both Florida Atlantic University and Palm Beach Atlantic University. In 2015, he entered the mathematics doctoral program at the University of Florida where he worked under his advisor, Doctor Calistus Ngonghala. His research involved modeling the interactions between infectious disease and economics in his dissertation, “A Metapopulation Framework for Integrating Infectious Disease and Economic Systems.”


PHD in Mathematics, University of Florida | MS in Mathematics, Florida Atlantic University | BS in Mathematics and Secondary Education, Palm Beach Atlantic University