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Mr. Radulescu holds a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Bucharest and pursued graduate studies in Mathematics at the same institution and at the Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy. He also has a M.A. degree in Education and a M.S. degree in Mathematics from Chicago State University.
Mr. Radulescu has an extensive background in teaching in the Chicago area at high school, college and university levels. He holds an Illinois Professional Educator License with endorsements for Mathematics and Secondary Education. Before joining the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at Loyola University Chicago, he taught at Chicago State University, Truman College, Daley College and Morgan Park Academy. In 2015, Mr. Radulescu was nominated as a recipient of The University of Chicago Outstanding Educator Award.
Mr. Radulescu's research interests are in the area of algebraic geometry and commutative algebra. Primarily, he is interested in the study of algebraic vector bundles over elliptic fibrations.