Team Members at UNCC
 
 
Pacific Institute of Math. Sciences & University of Victoria,
Invited Workshop Lecture
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
Title: A treatment of multiscale hybrid systems involving deterministic and stochastic approaches, coarse graining and hierarchical closures.
 
Pacific Institute of Math. Sciences & University of Victoria,
Invited Summer School Lecture 3
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Title: A research project perspective: application to traffic flow
 
Pacific Institute of Math. Sciences & University of Victoria,
Invited Summer School Lecture 2
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Title: Numerical simulation practices and common techniques used in modern modeling applications.
 
Pacific Institute of Math. Sciences & University of Victoria,
Invited Summer School Lecture 1
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Title: Background and theoretical /analytical development of the Monte Carlo method.
 
Advisor: Alexandros Sopasakis
 
  1. PhD Students:                   Lawler Melissa (bio), * Arezoo Bahramirad (math)
  2. Masters Students:            * Parkhi Yogesh (mech. eng.), *** Li Wu (stat),
  3.                                          * Hiral Vora (Comp. Sci.)
  4. Undergraduate Students: * Penley Natalie (math), * Dana Leviel (math),
                                             ****Liang Xu (math)
  5. High School Students:      * Kevin Valakuzhy
 
Research/Students Partially Supported By:
*    NSF-DMS 0836699  **   NSF-DMS 0606807  **** UNCC Math & Sciences Dept.
***  FRG 1-11640, funds provided by Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte
            Real Geometry                         --------------------->           Idealization for Simulation
            Real Geometry                         --------------------->            Idealization for Simulation
Selected projects
Selected Lectures and Podcasts
    Simulation of vehicular traffic:
a) Highway US-101 in Los Angeles, CA
b) Gamla Stan in Stockholm, Sweden
PhD Students:                  Are Sasanka (math, Univ. of Mass). Employed in Wall Street
Masters Students:            **Niamph Dundon (math, Univ. of Mass). Employed Matlab
Undergraduate Students: **Timur Alperovich (comp. science, Univ. of Mass).
                                                                                   At Univ. of Michigan-PhD program
Past Team Members (UMass)
            Simulation of the highway above...
Below: Monte Carlo Applet. Stochastic Process Simulation of Vehicles in a Multi-lane Lattice