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Roy H. Goodman, PhD, an associate professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at NJIT, will discuss "What to Do with Your Numerical Simulations" at the Summer Program Seminar Series on August 5, 2-3 p.m. in Cullimore Hall Room 611 (Math Conference Room). >>
NJIT announced the promotions of  faculty members.  Brief biographies (including hometowns) follow. (EDITOR'S NOTE:  Contact Sheryl Weinstein, 973-596-3436, for high resolution electronic photos or to set up interviews.) >>
Mariana Cassimiro, Fatima Elgammal, Brian Emmanuel, Michael Lam, Nan Maung, Matthew Peragine, and Alex Virodov, all NJIT mathematical sciences majors, were recognized for their poster presentations at the Garden State Undergraduate Mathematics Conference on April 12. The students, divided in three groups, were awarded three out of the first four places (including first) among all presenting four-year colleges. NJIT professors Roy Goodman, David Horntrop, and Michael Siegel were the students' research mentors. >>
A recent paper on the collisions of solitary waves published by Roy Goodman, PhD, an assistant professor in the department of mathematical sciences at NJIT, was cited in the September 27, 2007 issue of Nature magazine. >>
When Roy Goodman, PhD, an assistant professor of mathematics at NJIT, had some extra moving boxes to give away last fall, he posted an ad on Craigslist. He offered to give the boxes to whomever sent in the best haiku on the topic of moving. Goodman told The New Yorker (July 31, 2006 issue) that the details of the winning haiku set it apart from the other six entries submitted. “He managed to tell a story, and he sounded wistful,” Goodman said. >>

KUDOS - August 2005

August 01, 2005
Papageorgiou Elected Fellow of Mathematics Institute Demetrios Papageorgiou, director of graduate programs in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, has been elected a fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications. He has also been awarded the Chartered Mathematician designation by the Institute. Goodman Receives NSF Grant Roy Goodman, assistant professor of mathematical sciences, will use an $85,000 NSF grant to advance investigation of mathematical methods for nonlinear wave applications. Schachter Inducted Into Pi Alpha Alpha Hindy Lauer Schachter, professor of management, has been inducted as an honorary member of Pi Alpha Alpha, the national honor society for public affairs and administration that recognizes outstanding scholarship and accomplishment in these fields. Mathematical Sciences Professor Receives NSF Grant Richard Moore, assistant professor of mathematical sciences, has received an NSF grant of nearly $100,000 for research involving spectroscopic applications that include the detection of environmentally harmful agents or chemical weapons, and for military countermeasures such as the jamming of infrared-based missile guidance systems. Shih To Guest Edit International Journal of Wireless Communications Frank Shih, professor of computer science, will be the guest editor of a special issue of the International Journal of Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing dedicated to mobile Internet Protocol (IP) technology. >>