COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Graduate Faculty

Advising committee members are chosen among the Graduate Faculty below and are subject to certain rules and regulations.

Name Title Office Phone EmailCampus
Asaki, Tom Assoc Prof Neill 228 335-3135 tasaki@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Applied optimization, image and data analysis.
Chen, Xiongzhi Asst Prof Neill 230 335-3150 xiongzhi.chen@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Multiple comparison, modeling with latent structure, properties of exponential families, analysis of non-Euclidean data, spectra of random matrices, inference on stochastic differential equations.
Cooper, Kevin Adjunct Neill 322 335-4771 kcooper@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Numerical analysis, differential equations, scientific computing. Head of mathematics computing operations.
Cooper, Sandra Emeritus Neill 332 335-3134 sccooper@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Mathematics Education, Rational Approximation, Continued Fractions
Dasgupta, Nairanjana Prof Neill 403 335-3736 dasgupta@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Non-parametric Statistics, Multiple Comparisons, Comparison to Control, Logistic Distribution, Optimal Designs, Design of Experiments, Innovative Methods of Teaching Statistics, The history of statistics.
DeFord, Daryl Asst Prof Neill 328 335-7760 daryl.deford@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Applications of algebraic and combinatorial methods in data analysis, particularly in the social sciences. Also spectral graph theory, complex networks, political redistricting, time series analysis, and enumerative combinatorics.
Dillon, Bob Prof Neill 324 335-5110 rhdillon@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Mathematical modeling, mathematical biology, numerical partial differential equations, computational biofluids.
Dimitrov, Alex Assoc Prof WSU Vanc 336-9385 alex.dimitrov@
  vancouver.wsu.edu
Vancouver
Mathematical Modeling, Mathematical Neuroscience, Information Theory and Applied Probability.
Evans, Marc Emeritus - 335-8647 marcevan@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Estimation for generalized linear mixed models, population size estimation and inference for designed experiments with discrete response variables.
Fiedler, Kevin Scholarly Asst Prof WSU TC 509-372-7121 kevin.fiedler@
  wsu.edu
Richland
Image processing, hydrodynamics, mathematics education.
Hall, William Asst Prof Neill 219 335-3170 w.hall@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Mathematics Education
Hudelson, Matthew Assoc Prof Neill 330 335-3125 mhudelson@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Combinatorics and Discrete Geometry, Random Algorithms.
Jandhyala, Krishna (Assoc Chair) Prof Neill 407/121 335-8450/ -8652 jandhyala@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Change-point problems for statistical models and their applications, Quality control, Environmental monitoring, Econometrics.
Johnson, Dean/Harry Scholarly Assoc Prof Neill 414 335-2907 dean_johnson@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Educational statistics, Teaching of statistics, Statistical consulting, Item response theory.
Johnston, Anna Adjunct - - jannaston@
  gmail.com
Pullman
Kaul, Abhishek Asst Prof Neill 217 335-5279 abhishek.kaul@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
High dimensional change point regression models; computational statistics and statistical learning.
Khapalov, Alex Prof Neill 307 335-3172 khapala@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Applied Analysis; Mathematical Control Theory for Linear and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations; Modeling, Wellposedness and Motion Capabilities for Swimming Phenomenon; Systems Theory: Controllability, Stabilization, Observability and Unique Continuation; Control of Power Systems.
Knott, Libby Emeritus Neill 301 335-4122 lknott@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
K-16 mathematics education and professional development.
Kogan, Clark Scholarly Asst Prof Abelson 213 335-0508 clark.kogan@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Statistical consulting and computational statistics.
Krishnamoorthy, Bala Prof WSU Vanc 336-9167 kbala@
  wsu.edu
Vancouver
Computational topology and geometry, linear and integer optimization, computational biology, biomedical informatics.
Lapin, Sergey Scholarly Prof Neill 405 335-3141 slapin@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Numerical modeling of wave phenomena, numerical simulation of fluid flow, infectious diseases modeling.
Li, Haijun Prof WSU Evrt 425-405-1780 liklu@
  wsu.edu
Everett
Probability, Stochastic Processes, Risk Analysis.
Liu, Sheng-Chi Assoc Prof Neill 207 335-8648 shengchi.liu@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Number theory, automorphic forms and representation theory.
Manoranjan, V.S. Prof Neill 231 335-7811 mano@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Environmental Problems, Industrial Applications, Mathematical & Computer Modeling.
McDonald, Judith Prof Neill 323 335-3046 jmcdonald1@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Matrix Analysis, Linear Algebra
Mitchell, Danny Teaching Asst Prof WSU TC 509-372-7184 djmitchell@
  wsu.edu
Richland
Moore, Charles (Chair) Prof Neill 115/227 335-4918 cnmoore@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Analysis, Harmonic analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Probability Theory
New, Leslie Asst Prof WSU Vanc 336-9309 leslie.new@
  wsu.edu
Vancouver
Hierarchical Bayesian state-space models to study species interactions with the environment, other species and con-specifics. Also using state-space, and other relevant statistical models, to investigate how changes in individual behavior due to disturbance, either anthropogenic or natural, can affect population dynamics.
Panchenko, Alexander Prof Neill 329 335-3127 panchenko@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Homogenization in Partial Differential Equations with Application to Materials Science, Accoustics of Porous Media and Granular Materials, Inverse Problems for Elliptic Equations, Mathematical Tomography.
Pascual, Francis/Jave Assoc Prof Neill 401 335-3126 jave@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Quality Assurance Methods, Process Monitoring by Control Charts, Engineering Reliability, Failure-Time Models and Data Analysis, Accelerated Life Tests.
Reiss, Daniel Scholarly Asst Prof Clev 130E - daniel.reiss@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Number theory, modular forms, mathematics education.
Schreyer, Lynn Assoc Prof Neill 225 335-3152 lynn.schreyer@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Deterministic Modeling, PDEs, Continuum Mechanics
Schumaker, Mark Assoc Prof Neill 209 335-7273 schumaker@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Compartmental models of viral infections.
Schwartz, Elissa Assoc Prof Neill 309 335-3142 ejs@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Mathematical biology, differential equations, stochastic models, HIV, epidemiology, infectious diseases.
Selmi, Saranah Teaching Asst Prof WSU TC 509-372-7427 saranah.selmi@
  wsu.edu
Richland
Slavit, David Prof WSU Vanc 336-9653 dslavit@
  wsu.edu
Vancouver
Mathematics Education.
Sottile, Matthew Adjunct WSU Vanc - matthew.sottile@
  wsu.edu
Vancouver
Image processing, modeling and simulation, data science, discrete mathematics.
Strigul, Nikolay Assoc Prof WSU Vanc 336-9655 nick.strigul@
  wsu.edu
Vancouver
Theoretical and experimental ecology, complex adaptive systems, mathematical biology, biostatistics, scaling methods, application of mathematical modeling to ecological problems.
Tsatsomeros, Michael Prof Neill 229 335-3144 tsat@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Matrix theory, linear algebra and its applications.
Vincent, Kimberly Scholarly Assoc Prof Morrill 212 335-3143 kvincent@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Collegiate and pre-service mathematics education.
Vixie, Kevin Assoc Prof Neill 203 kvixie@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
1) Geometric Analysis, defined rather broadly to be geometric measure theory with pieces of harmonic and variational analysis as well as PDEs, including some aspects of geometry in high and infinite dimensions (e.g. concentration of measure, random projections), and 2) prototyping algorithms implementing ideas from 1) for data analysis challenges.
Voulgarakis, Nikos Assoc Prof Neill 325 335-3136 n.voulgarakis@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Numerical Analysis, Multiphysics/Multiscale Modeling, Stochastic Processes, Molecular and Fluid Dynamics, Nonlinear Dynamics.
Wang, Xueying/Snow Assoc Prof Neill 417 335-6996 xueying.wang@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Mathematical Biology
Wang, Yuan Asst Prof Neill 409 335-3161 yuan.wang@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Statistical inference on complex data objects using Bayesian methods, nonparametric methods, and semi-parametric methods.
Yin, Hong-Ming Prof Neill 303 335-7263 hyin@
  wsu.edu
Pullman
Financial Engineering and Portfolio Management; Applied Mathematics; Partial Differential Equations, Inverse and Ill-posed problems; Electromagnetic Fields and Semiconductor/Superconductor modeling.