Research in Mathematics and Statistics at UT Martin

424 Humanities Building

209 Hurt Street

Martin, TN 38238

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(731) 881-7360

Interim Chair: Thomas E. Eskew

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math@utm.edu


Research in Mathematics and Statistics at UT Martin

 

Many of the UT Martin mathematics and statistics faculty members are active in research. Some current areas include:

 

Chris K. Caldwell

computational prime number theory

 

John Cochran

Differential Equations and Modeling

 

Jason DeVito

Compact Lie groups, Isometric group actions on Riemannian manifolds

 

Mickey Dunlap

bootstrapping, Edgeworth expansion, regression

 

Steve Elliott

simple homotopy theory

 

Jeremy Entner

ranking & selection, nonparametric statistics, data depth and multivariate analysis

 

Louis W. Kolitsch

number theory / partition theory (specifically Frobenius partitions)

 

Stephanie Kolitsch

approximations in p-adic fields

 

Curtis Kunkel

Ordinary Differential Equations, Difference Equations, Integral Equations, Time Scales, Functional Analysis

 

Desireé McCullough

ranking and selection procedures, Birnbaum-Saunders fatigue life distribution, statistical computing/consulting

 

Amanda Niedzialomski

combinatorics, graph theory, graph labeling

 

Robert Niedzialomski

positive definite functions, reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces, geometry of metric measure and discrete spaces.

 

John Schommer

set-theoretic topology

 

Brian Wagner

combinatorics, graph theory, decompositions of graphs & digraphs, connectivity properties of graphs

 

 

Listed below are web pages associated with the academic interests of some of the UT Martin mathematics faculty.

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