Research: Applied Math

Former Students

PhD Students

Student Year Advised by Thesis Position after Graduation
Nalin Fonseka 2020 Ratnasingham Shivaji
Byungjae Son 2017 Ratnasingham Shivaji Analysis of Classes of Singular Steady State Reaction Diffusion Equations Assistant Professor at Wayne State University
Quinn Morris 2017 Ratnasingham Shivaji Analysis of classes of superlinear semipositone problems with nonlinear boundary conditions Assistant Professor at Appalachian State University
Catherine Payne 2017 Richard Fabiano Approximation of Neutral Delay-Differential Equations Assistant Professor at Winston-Salem State University
Abraham Abebe 2014 Maya Chhetri Positive Solutions of Nonlinear Elliptic Boundary Value Problems. Assistant Professor at Temple University
Elliott Hollifield Maya Chhetri
Aaron Rapp Thomas Lewis

MA Students

Student Year Advised by Thesis Position after Graduation
Sandamalee Seneviratne 2018 Thomas Lewis
Keri Spetzer 2018 Graduate Teaching Assistant at UNC Greensboro
Indika Gunawardana 2018 Thomas Lewis
Adam Eury 2014 Maya Chhetri Positive Solutions for a Class of One Dimensional p-Laplacian Problems Software Engineer at Coherent Path
John Hardee 2012 Richard Fabiano Pseudospectra and Structured Pseudospectra Faculty at Davidson County Community College
William Ely 2012 Pricing European Stock Options using Stochastic and Fuzzy Continuous Time Processes Professional Services Consultant at Earnix
Heather Barker (Allmond) 2010 Model of kleptoparasitism in the Onthophagus taurus: when to enter and leave a dung pat Mathematics Instructor at Piedmont Community College.
Christopher Nem

Former Undergraduate Students

  • Jessica Nash
  • Christopher Pritchard
  • Gregory Bernstein
  • Carrie Miller
  • Ashley Jones
  • Brandon Joyce
  • Bryan Davis
  • Maribeth Edson
  • Andrew Edwards
  • Jamel Richards
  • Jay Saini
  • David Suarez
  • Ivanti Galloway (now in MA program at Wake Forest)
  • David Sykes (now in PhD program at Texas A&M)
  • Tracy Spears-Gills
  • Anna Tuck (now a Ph.D. student at University of Washington, Seattle)