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OBJECTIVE: Desire The Position of Mathematician
Highly gifted and resourceful Mathematician with huge background and active engagement in research on topics in applied mathematics, including applied dynamical systems theory, scientific computation, and geophysical fluid dynamics. A Ph.D. holder in Applied Mathematics with profound expertise in mathematics teaching and learning at the secondary school and undergraduate level, proven record of exceptional scholarly accomplishment with several published materials; demonstrated evidence of success in obtaining and leading funded research projects, as well as participation in interdisciplinary work.
Over eight year experience Remarkable ability to use theories and techniques, such as mathematical modeling and computational methods, to formulate and solve practical problems in business, government, and engineering and in the physical, life, and social sciences Superb reasoning ability and persistence to identify, analyze, and apply basic principles to technical problems Sound teaching and facilitation skills Strong interpersonal and communication skills Highly self motivated and uncommon skill in preparing instructional aids and plans
SAND Done university, Everett, WA 2001 - Present Associate Professor
Develop mathematical and computational techniques for studying phase space transport and Lagrangian transport and mixing issues in geophysical flows.
Conduct research and inquiry and teach undergraduate, master and doctoral courses.
Provide leadership in SDU's mathematics education research programs, establish interdisciplinary collaborations and school-university partnerships, and provide mentoring for junior faculty.
Develop new principles and recognize previously unknown relationships between existing principles of mathematics.
Apply mathematics or mathematical methods to solution of problems in research, development, and logistics.
Perform computations, apply methods of numerical analysis, and operate and direct operation of desk calculators and mechanical and electronic computation machines, analyzers, and plotters in solving problems in support of mathematical, scientific, and industrial research activity.
Act as advisor to research personnel concerning mathematical methods and applications.
SAND Done university, Everett, WA 1998 - 2001 Graduate Research Assistant
Managed the Math Lab and responsible for supervising undergraduate tutors, grading and signing papers for correctness and completeness.
Assisted instructors with the administration.
Provided four office hours per week to assist the students' learning of the course.
EDUCATION AND ONGOING PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PHD in Mathematics (2000)
M.S Statistics, New York University (1997)
B.S in Mathematics, New York University (1995)