Department of Mathematics and Philosophy


Samson Adeleke
Department of Mathematics and Philosophy



Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, Johns Hopkins University

Contact Information:

(309) 298-1370
203D Morgan Hall

Fall 2019 Office Hours:

Monday: 12-12:50 and 1:55-2:40
Wednesday: 12-12:50 and 1:55-2:40
Friday: 12:00-12:50

Fall 2019 Courses:

Math 128-03: Precalculus Algebra (MWF 1:00-1:50/MG 210)
Math 137-01: Applied Calculus I (MWF 11:00-11:50/MG 210)
Math 137-02: Applied Calculus I (MWF 10:00-10:50/MG 210)
Math 421(G)-01: Abstract Algegra  (MWF 8:00-8:50/MG 210)
Math 391-04: Writing in the Mathematical Sciences

All Courses Taught:

Math 137: Applied Calculus
Math 311: Linear Algebra
Math 391:Writing in the Mathematical Sciences

Research Interests:

Continuum Mechanics, Permutation Groups.

Typical Publications on Research Interests:

  • Adeleke, S. A. (2000). On matrix equations of twinning in crystals. Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids, 5, #4, 395-415.
  • Adeleke, S. A., & Neumann, P. M. (1996). Primitive permutation groups with primitive Jordan sets. Journal of the London Mathematical Society, (2) 53, 209-229.