
Leonardo Bardomero 
(CM)² Graduate Student (20132014) 

After finishing high school in the Dominican Republic, I decided to move to the
U.S Virgin Islands, where I attended to the University of the Virgin Islands
(UVI). During my first two years at UVI, I tried to pursue premed studies.
This pursuit was truncated when I twas exposed to number theory at the
beginning of junior year, and was completely destroy when I was able to show
that the square of any odd number leaves a remainder of 1 when divided by 4.
After this my appetite for leaning mathematics increased, which motivated me to
complete a Bachelor of science degree in mathematics in 2011. From Fall 2011
to Summer 2012, I served the community of the U.S VIrgin Islands as a high
school teacher, and as an Upward Bound Instructor. In Fall 2012 I was I
accepted to San Francisco State University (SFSU), where I am currently
completing my second year. My research area is number theory, and my research
topic is multiple zeta function. Immediate after completing the master's
program at SFSU, I intend to start a doctorate program in mathematics.