Applied Mathematics and Computational Science
Faculty Research Areas
Eugene M. Barston,
Neil E. Berger,
Associate Professor, Retired
- Ph.D. Stanford 1964
- Stability theory, fluid dynamics, plasma dynamics.
Jerry L. Bona,
Professor and Head of Department
- Ph.D. NYU 1968
- Applied elasticity, fluid dynamics, scattering theory, numerical
analysis, symbolic manipulation.
- Ph.D. Harvard University
- Fluid mechanics; partial differential equations; numerical analysis;
mathematical economics; oceanography.
Robert L. Grossman,
Professor, Director of Laboratory for Advanced Computing,
Director of National Center for Data Mining, and President of Magnify, Inc.;
- Ph.D. Princeton 1972
Geophysical and mathematical fluid dynamics, partial differential
Floyd B. Hanson, Professor,
Associate Director of Laboratory for Advanced Computing and Associate
Director of Laboratory for Control and Information,
- Ph.D. Princeton 1985
High performance computing, high performance data management, hybrid
systems, symbolic computing, quantum computing, data mining,
data intensive computing, computational control, industrial mathematics,
differential equations, algorithms, symbolic computation.
- Ph.D. Brown 1968
Numerical analysis, asymptotic methods, stochastic dynamical systems modeling,
stochastic optimal control, bioeconomics, computational finance,
scientific supercomputing, scientific visualization, parallel scheduling,
Alexander Lipton-Lifschitz, Adjunct Professor
- Ph.D. Northwestern 1986
Stochastic models, perturbation methods, queuing theory.
and US Manager of Equity Derivatives, Convertible Unit, and Global FX
at Credit Suisse First Boston LLP
- Ph.D. Moscow State Univ. 1982
Financial engineering, mathematical physics.
Charles Tier, Professor
- Ph.D. Princeton 1965
Statistical mechanics, critical phenomena.
Stephen S. T. Yau, Professor
and Director of Laboratory for Control and Information.
- Ph.D. NYU 1976
Analysis of stochastic models, queuing theory, financial mathematics,
- Ph.D. SUNY at Stony Brook, 1976
Control, information theory, financial mathematics,
complex geometry, singularities of complex algebraic varieties
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