Eric Gorenstein



Eric's area of research is coding theory and cryptography, primarily concerning the construction of and efficiency bounds of algebraic matrix-based error-correcting codes used for digital data transfer.

His current doctoral research centers around pedagogy development specific to addressing the systemic and institutional challenges faced by students living in an urban setting while experiencing extreme poverty.

Eric is a full-time assistant professor at Lesley University, where he teaches Number Theory, Statistics, Problem Solving, Discrete Mathematics, Quantitative Reasoning, and Patterns and Functions.

Eric holds a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Louisville, M.S. in Applied Mathematics from California State University, and he is currently working on doctorate at Northeastern University.


Master of Science from San Deigo State University (2006)