Faculty Members and Related Research
- Dr. C. Byrne, Professor of Mathematical Sciences. Optimization, Computed
K. Daniels, Assistant Professor of Computer Science. Applied Computational
Geometry, Geometric and Combinatorial Optimization. Types of problems:
packing, layout, covering, assignment, clustering. Applicaion aras:
manufacturing, bioinformatics, visualization/data mining,
- Dr. L.K. Jones, Professor of
Mathematical Sciences (Co-Coordinator). Computational Statistics, Machine Learning, Neural Networks,
Transactional Data Inference, Mathematical Statistics, Computational
- Dr. D.
Klain, Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences. Combinatorial,
Computational and Convex Geometry.
K. Rybnikov, Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences. Computational and
Stochastic Geometry, Graph Theory, Combinatorics
- Dr. Alexander Samarov, Professor of
Mathematical Sciences . Computational Methods in Statistics and Data
- Dr. J.
Wang, Professor of Computer Science (Co-Coordinator). Computational Complexity, Combinatorics Optimizations,
- Dr. M. Yin, Professor of
Mathematical Sciences. Random Graphs, Markov Chains, Random
Current Doctoral Students
- Huei-Yun Lee (Computational Mathematics
Option). Area: Computational Complexity
- Sei-Hyung Lee. Area: Computational Geometry with Applications to
Clustering Problems Arising in Bioinformatics, Visualization and Data
- Tak Wong (Computational Mathematics
Option). Area: Computational
- Ning Zhong. Area: Combinatorial
Optimizations and Graph Algorithms
Recent Doctoral Students
- Y. Kim (Chemistry 1997). Thesis:
Alternative Statistical and Computational Approaches for Pattern
Classification of Phenolics by Gas
Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry. Employment: National Center for Toxicological Research.
- P.J. O'Neil (Computational Mathematics
2000). Thesis: New Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods for Analyzing
Tabular Data. Employment: Anvil Informatics Inc.
- Sa Liu. Area: Dynamic Channel Assignment for Wireless
Networks (Graduated in 2001).