The Applied Mathematics Group in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Georgia has scientific interests in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Ecology, Computational Mathematics, Approximation Theory, Dynamical Systems, Signal Processing, Control Theory, and Mathematical Finance. The research topics its members are currently investigating include epidemiology and systems biology of malaria, stability in population dynamics models, systems ecology, network analysis, microbial community analysis, compressive sensing, video restoration, stochastic filtering, and multivariate spline methods for applications such as numerical solutions of partial differential equations, scattered data interpolation and fitting, and image analysis.
and Research Interests
- Weidong Chen, Postdoctoral Associate, Part-time Instructor, Ph.D., Kansas State University, 2007. Inverse and ill-posed problems, and regularization methods in applied mathematics and signal processing.
- Simon Foucart, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Cambridge, 2006. Approximation Theory, Compressive Sensing, Computational Mathematics, Bioinformatics.
- Juan B. Gutierrez, Assistant Professor,
Ph.D., Florida State University, 2009. Mathematical Biology
Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, 2005,
Mathematical Biology, Analysis of Biochemical Pathways, Numerical
Analysis, Dynamical Systems, Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential
Lai, Professor, Ph.D., Texas A&M, 1989, Numerical Analysis,
Multivariate Splines, Approximation Theory, Computer Aided Geometric
Design, Wavelet Analysis, Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential
Petukhov, Associate Professor, Ph.D., Moscow State University,
1988, Numerical Analysis.
Zhang, Professor, Ph.D., Brown University, 1988, Applied
Probability, Stochastic Optimal Control, Singular Perturbations,
Nonlinear Filtering, Manufacturing Systems, Hierarchical Control,
Weekly Seminars, Spring 2014
Applied Math Seminar : organized by Simon Foucart
All talks are in Room 304, Boyd Graduate Studies on Mondays. 2:30pm. Please see calendar. Applied Math Seminar
Bulletin of our department with information for prospective
graduate students is available online. If you are interested
in graduate studies in (real or complex, classical or modern)
analysis and you would like further information on our group,
do not hesitate to contact any of us.