Elisa Bellah

Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at CMU


Contact Information:

Office: 8119 Wean Hall
Email: ebellah AT andrew.cmu.edu
Pronouns: she/her

About Me:

I am currently a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in the mathematics department at Carnegie Mellon University. In Fall 2024, I will join the mathematics department at the University of Toronto as a Teaching Stream Assistant Professor.

I received my PhD from the University of Oregon in 2022 under the supervision of Shabam Akhtari. My research is in number theory, including Diophantine analysis, recurrence sequences, and explicit algebraic number theory. You can visit my "Research" tab for a list of publications along with information about travel and presentations.

Information about courses I am teaching, along with resources for undergraduate students, can be found under the "Teaching" tab. Organizing activities I am involved with can be found in the "Other Activities" tab.

Here is a copy of my CV (last updated: November 2023)

The top photo is a sculpture of the beheaded St. Gereon, taken in Cologne, Germany.