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Sanjay Rai, Ph. D., Interim Vice President and Provost, Germantown Campus

RECENT PRESENTATIONS


 
  • Using Technology to Enhance Teaching and Learning Undergraduate Mathematics, Center for Teaching and Learning, Montgomery College, May 13, 2008 with Michael Nancarrow.
     
  • Discovering the Inverse Function Theorem, Center for Teaching and Learning, Montgomery College, May 15, 2008 with Terrance Quinn.
     
  • Data and Differential Equations, SEM Exchange Lecture Series Montgomery College, April 24, 2008
     
  • Student Success Initiative through External Funding: FIPSE funded Project Portal to Success and Other Possibilities, Jacksonville University, April 3, 2008.
     
  • Modeling US Population and other real data with Differential Equations, Science Engineering Lecture Series, Jacksonville University, April 3, 2008.
     
  • Mathematics in Biology: How did this happen? Pi Mu Epsilon, Florida Lambda Chapter, Annual Banquet, Jacksonville University, April 4, 2008.
     
  • TI – 89 Graphing Calculator Workshop with Michael Nancarrow and Richard Lee, MAA Sectional Meeting, JU, Spring 2003.
     
  • Analysis of a Modified Model of b-cell mass, insulin, glucose, and receptor dynamics, a study to model Type II diabetes and its treatment with Adam Singleton, MAA Sectional Meeting, JU, Spring 2003.
     
  • A Differential Equation Model for the Bacterial Phage Dynamics with David Bell, Judy Holcomb, and Paula Risko, MAA Sectional Meeting, JU, Spring 2003.
     
  • Invited participant for national discussion on “Meeting the Challenges in Emerging Areas: Education Across the Life, Mathematical, and Computer Sciences” in Bethesda, Maryland, Spring 2003.
     
  • Differential Equation Models of HIV Infection, invited presentation, ICICI Center for Mathematical Sciences, Delhi, India, August 2002.
     
  • Modeling U.S. Population - Jesse Robertson Faculty Research Symposium, March 21, 2002.
     
  • Lie Symmetries, Option Price PDE and Burgers Equation, Jesse Robertson Faculty Research Symposium, March 21, 2002.
     
  • Mathematical Biology REU at Jacksonville University with Michael Nancarrow, Joint Mathematics Meeting of American Mathematics Society and Mathematical Association of America, San Diego, January 2002.
     
  • Functional Equations for HIV with Terrance Quinn, Joint Mathematics Meeting of American Mathematics Society and Mathematical Association of America, San Diego, January 2002.
     
  • A Mathematical Face of HIV- many faces of AIDS class summer 2001.
     
  • Modeling HIV Infection of T Cells in Blood via Differential Equations - Dr. Michael Sands and his group at the HIV clinic, Shands Hospital, University of Florida, Downtown Jacksonville on March 12, 2001.
     
  • Existence and Stability of Equilibria in a Two-Stage Population Model with Space Limitation and State- Dependent Delay (with Robert Robertson), Joint Meetings of American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America in New Orleans, January 2001.
     
  • An Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equation Models of HIV Infection of CD4+ T Cells, MAA Sectional Meeting March 2 and 3, 2001, FGSU, Ft. Myers, Florida.
     
  • Modeling an Age-Structured Population, MAA Regional Meeting, February 2001 at UNF campus.
     
  • Modeling HIV Infection of CD4+T Cells, Jesse Robertson Faculty Research Symposium, March 2001.
     
  • On a Two-Stage Population Model with Space Limitation and State-Dependent Delay with Robert Robertson, Joint Meetings of American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, Washington DC, January 2000.
     
  • Organized MAA Session on Mathematical Modeling in Biology via Differential Equations (with Sunil Tiwari and Robert Robertson), Joint Meetings of American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, Washington DC, January 2000.
     
  • Mathematical Models in Biology – Science Engineering Lecture Series (SELS), Jacksonville University, March 16, 2000.
     
  • On a Student Research Project in Epidemiology, MAA Sectional Meeting, USF, Tampa, Florida. March 2, 2000.
     
  • A Mathematical Model for Spread of Disease, MAA, Regional Meeting, JU, November 13, 1999. On the analysis of a Nonlinear FDE with State-Dependent Delay for a Single Species Population, Joint Meetings American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, San Antonio, January 1999.
     
  • Some Mathematical Models in Biology, guest speaker, Laredo Community College, Mathematical Awareness Week Celebrations, Spring 99.

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