Applied Mathematics

Applied mathematics research in the department has a wide range of interests that include absolute stability, robust control, financial modeling, and mathematical biology.

Research papers
Applied Mathematics Seminar

Organizer:  Dr. Artem Novozhilov
Seminar Information

Nikita Barabanov

Ph.D.: University of Kiev, 1979
Applied Mathematics
Office: Minard 408E28

Research interests: Research interests of Barabanov include absolute stability, robust control, optimal estimation, pattern recognition, nonconvex optimization.

Artem Novozhilov

Associate Professor
Ph.D.: Moscow State University of Communication Means, 2002
Mathematical Biology 
Office: Minard 408E32

Research interests: The primary interests are in mathematical modeling of various evolutionary processes at all levels including development of epidemiological models that include heterogeneous structure of populations, the evolutionary consequences of the rampant horizontal gene transfer, and the mathematical analysis of the quasispecies model.

Abraham Ungar

Ph.D.: University of Tel Aviv, 1973
Mathematical Physics
Office: Minard 408E14 

Research Interests: Ungar published his research in seven books, which are available at the NDSU main library. It includes the study of analytic hyperbolic geometry modeled on Einstein's velocity addition law.

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