







Michael Waterman, Ph.D.
Professor Waterman researches molecular sequence data using computational approaches. His work concentrates on the creation and application of mathematics, statistics and computer science to molecular biology, particularly to DNA, RNA, and protein sequence data. Professor Waterman is the codeveloper of the SmithWaterman algorithm for sequence comparison and of the LanderWaterman formulas for physical mapping and sequencing.

msw@hto.usc.edu
+1(213)7402408
USC Department of Mathematics
3620 Vermont Avenue, KAP108
Los Angeles, CA 900892532




ShangHua Teng, Ph.D.
Smoothed analysis of algorithms, computational game and economics theory, spectral graph theory, scientific computing, mathematical programming, combinatorial optimization, computational geometry and computer graphic.

shanghua@usc.edu
http://wwwrcf.usc.edu/~shanghua/




Solomon Golomb, Ph.D.
Signal design for communications and radar, coding theory and cryptography, combinatorial analysis, number theory, mathematical game theory.

sgolomb@usc.edu
+1(213)7407333
Hughes Aircraft Electrical Engineering Building
3740 McClintock Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 900892565













Gary Rosen, Ph.D.
Identification and control of infinite dimensional or distributed parameter systems (i.e. partial and functional differential equations) with particular emphasis on approximation and adaptive techniques. Applications to vibration suppression, control of flexible spacecraft and thermomechanical systems.

grosen@math.usc.edu
+1(213)7402446
3620 S. Vermont Ave, KAP 108, Los Angeles, CA 900892532




Igor Kukavica, Ph.D.
Partial Differential Equations, Nonlinear Dynamics, Fluid Dynamics.

kukavica@usc.edu
+1(213)7403781
3620 S. Vermont Ave, KAP 108, Los Angeles, CA 900892532
http://almaak.usc.edu/~kukavica




Jin Ma, Ph.D.
Stochastic Analysis, Stochastic Differential Equations, Stochastic Control Theory, Differential Equations, Mathematical Finance and Actuarial Sciences.

jinma@usc.edu
+1(213)7403771
USC Department of Mathematics
3620 Vermont Avenue, KAP108
Los Angeles, CA 900892532




Larry Goldstein, Ph.D.
Professor Goldstein's research is focused on distributional approximation and Stein's method, sampling schemes in epidemiology, and optimal stopping.

larry@usc.edu
+1 (213) 7402405
3620 S. Vermont Ave, KAP 108, Los Angeles, CA 900892532
http://almaak.usc.edu/~larry





