Ph.D.-Computational and Applied Mathematics
Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Old Dominion University plays an integral part in University's campus-wide initiative to promote its research in Simulation and Modeling. Department offers an MS degree as well as a PhD degree in Computational and Applied Mathematics. Several faculty members in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics conduct their research in computational Simulation and Modeling and Statistical Modeling. More specifically, our simulation faculty currently conduct research in the following areas:
Computational fluid dynamics, nonlinear heat conduction problem, computational aeroacoustics, complex fluids, nematic polymer dynamics, non-equilibrium hypersonic flow, hydrodynamic stability.
Computational and mathematical biology, mathematical modeling of tumor growth, cancer biology, bioinformatics, optimal atomic configurations of biomolecules,
Computational Statistics, multivariate analysis, regression diagnostics, probability theory.
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Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Midsize City
Size & Settings: 20,000-39,999