My general research area is logic and computability theory, in
particular computable structure theory. I also study quantum
computing & quantum logic.
More information at http://cs.usfca.edu/~jcchubb
My recent interests include complex networks, game theory, and
dynamics on networks. I am also interested in representation theory
and non linear groups. Office HoursT 10:00-12:00pm; W 2.00-3.00pm
Technology in the classroom; making mathematics accessible to
My interests are visualization, Differential Geometry,
Complex Analysis, General Relativity, and the history of science.
Prof. Pacheco's main research interest is parallel
computing. He has been involved in the development of the MPI
Standard for message-passing. His book Parallel
Programming with MPI is an elementary introduction to
programming parallel systems that use the MPI 1 library of
extensions to C and Fortran. His book An
Introduction to Parallel Programming is designed to
teach inexperienced programmers how to program both shared- and
distributed-memory parallel systems.
My interests are history of mathematics in the 19th and 20th
centuries, number theory, geometry, algebra, topology,
foundations of mathematics.In Australia during Spring and Summer
David's research interests are in applying mathematics to unsupervised machine learning and data clustering methods. He is specifically interested in developing new provably convergent and highly accurate algorithms to perform unsupervised data clustering. He is also the founding director of the Bachelor's program in Data Science at USF. Before joining USF he was a combined NSF and UC President's Fellow at UCLA. He holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Boston University and a B.S. in Mathematics from Harvey Mudd College.
Dynamical systems theory including coupled oscillators,
Josephson junction arrays, injection lasers, sigma-delta data
converters, and algorithmic analysis of microarray data
Interests: Combinatorics, mathematical problem
solving, innovative mathematical enrichment and outreach.