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    University of Tennessee, Knoxville
   
    Jun 26, 2022  
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics


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http://www.math.utk.edu/

Conrad Plaut, Head
Alexandre Freire, Director of Graduate Studies

Professors
Alexiades, V., PhD – Delaware
Brodskiy, N. (Director of Undergraduate Studies), PhD – Saskatchewan (Canada)
Chen, X., PhD – Case Western
Collins, C. (Associate Dean), PhD – Minnesota
Dydak, J., PhD – Warsaw (Poland)
Fefferman, N., PhD – Tufts
Feng, X., PhD – Purdue
Frazier, M., PhD – California (Los Angeles)
Freire, A., PhD – Princeton
Gavrilets, S. (Distinguished Professor), PhD – Moscow State
Gross, L.J. (Chancellor’s Professor and Distinguished Professor), PhD – Cornell
Karakashian, O., PhD – Harvard
Lenhart, S. (Chancellor’s Professor), PhD – Kentucky
Manderscheid, D., PhD – Yale
Maroulas, V., PhD – North Carolina
Mulay, S., PhD – Purdue
Nicoara, R., PhD – UCLA
Plaut, C.P., PhD – Maryland
Richter, S., PhD – Michigan
Rosinski, J., PhD – Wroclaw (Poland)
Schulze, T., PhD – Northwestern
Simpson, H., PhD – California Institute of Technology
Stephenson, K.R., PhD – Wisconsin
Thistlethwaite, M., PhD – Manchester (UK)
Todorova, G.H., PhD – Moscow State (Russia)
Wise, S., PhD – Virginia

Associate Professors
Cartwright, D., PhD – California (Berkeley)
Day, J., PhD – Pittsburgh
Denzler, J., PhD – ETH (Zurich)
Finotti, L., PhD – Texas
Ganusov, V., PhD – Emory
Jameson, M., PhD – Emory
Lind, J., PhD – Washington
Mengesha, T., PhD – Temple
Phan, T., PhD – Minnesota
Salgado-Gonzales, A., PhD – Texas A & M

Assistant Professors
Bourni, T., PhD – Stanford
Langford, M., PhD – Australian National
Prosper, O., PhD – Florida
Sgouralis, I., PhD – Duke
Strickland, W., PhD – Colorado State
Vellis, V., PhD – Illinois (Urbana)

Joint Faculty
Berry, M., PhD – Illinois
Evans, K., PhD – Georgia Tech
Hauck, C., PhD – Maryland
Papamarkou, T., PhD – Warwick (UK)
Restrepo, J., PhD – Pennsylvania State

Lecturers
Baidya, R., PhD – Georgia State
Booth, H., PhD – Princeton
Clark, J., PhD – Tennessee
Conner, A., MM – Tennessee
Contole, A., MM – Tennessee
Cook, T., MS – Tennessee
Fowler, J., MA – Kentucky
Fridman, T., PhD – Rutgers
Gelantalis, M., PhD – Indiana
Gentry, A., PhD – Lincoln Memorial
Gilbert, M., MS – Tennessee
Griffis, J., PhD – Texas (Arlington)
Guest, R., MS – Baylor
Ho, A., PhD – Colorado State (Ft. Collins)
Horton, D., PhD – Tennessee
Humphries, P., PhD – Canterbury
Lay, L., MS – Tennessee
Lewis, C., MS – Tennessee
Li, D., PhD – Tennessee
Meadows, M., MM – Tennessee
Nguyen, V., PhD – Tennessee
Pringle, K., PhD – Oregon
Self, C., MS – Tennessee
Smith, K., MM – Tennessee
Sukanek, K., MS – Mississippi
Swenson, M., PhD – Texas
Thistlethwaite, S., PhD – U Mass (Amherst)
Unseren, M., PhD – Purdue
Von Herrmann, A., PhD – Colorado State
Wolf, A., PhD – Emory
Wright, G., MM – Tennessee
Yakunin, K., PhD – Florida

Majors, Degrees
Mathematics Major, MMath   
Mathematics Major, MS  
Mathematics Major, PhD  
  Mathematical Biology Concentration 

The Mathematics Department has three graduate degrees – the Master of Mathematics degree, intended primarily for teachers; the Master of Science degree, designed to prepare students for industrial employment and for teaching; and the Doctor of Philosophy degree, designed to prepare students for industrial employment and for college and university teaching and research. Contact the department office for additional information.

For additional information, please visit the graduate website on the Department of Mathematics’ homepage.

Interdisciplinary Graduate Minor in Computational Science (IGMCS)

The Department of Mathematics participates in the interdisciplinary graduate minor in computational science (IGMCS) program. Any student pursuing a master’s or PhD with a major in mathematics can receive a minor in computational science by completing the appropriate IGMCS requirements. For additional information, see the description of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Minor in Computational Science  listed under Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science or visit the IGMCS website. The Department of Mathematics also contributes courses to the IGMCS program curriculum.

 

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