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Gibson, Dr. Paul F. [28] Associate Professor College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology [29] | Different Geometry, Topology, Algebraic Probability. | ||||

Liu, Dr. Fengshan [30] Professor College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology [29] | Ground Penetrating Radar, Inverse Problems, Nonlinear Monotone Operators, Numerical Analysis, Wavelet Analysis, Statistics, Signal Analysis and Image Processing. | ||||

Liu, Dr. Jinjie [31] Assistant Professor College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology [29] | Numerical partial differential equations and scientific computing with applications in computational fluid dynamics, computational electromagnetics, nanophotonics, metamaterials and nonlinear optics | ||||

Shi, Dr. Xiquan [32] Research Professor College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology [29] | Reverse Engineering, 3D model construction, NURBS, Numerical Analysis, Wavelet, Signal Analysis and Image Processing, Special Function. | ||||

Umoh, Dr. Hanson M. [33] Professor College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology [29] | Compact Left-Topological Semigroups, Ultrafilters and Topological Algebra | ||||

Lott, Dr. Dawn A. [34] Professor College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Technology [29] | Applied mathematics, numerical solutions of partial differential equations: numerical and analytical methods in solid mechanics, nonlinear elasticity/plasticity, hyperbolic equations and numerical studies in biomechanics and nonlinear physiology. Specialist in: Finite element methods, finite difference methods, finite volume methods and spectral methods. |