I am a mathematician, an educator and the inaugural Dean of the University of Delaware Graduate College. Please bear with me while I update this site.
I enjoy helping students learn about and discover mathematics, and I have taught a wide range of courses across all levels. I have advised many undergraduate and graduate students on a variety of research projects. My most recent educational project involved bringing 26 advanced undergraduates to Melbourne Australia to study mathematical modeling and scientific computing.
My research interests focus on numerical methods and analysis of a variety of problems. I seek new and exciting mathematical problems that arise in the world around us. Much of this work involves moving particles of one kind or another, partial differential equations or computational methods. My research has been applied to fluid flows, insect swarms, wired and wireless networks, and robotics.
501A Ewing Hall
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Delaware
Newark DE 19716 USA