2014-15 Faculty Senate Members> Science
Term Expires: June 2016
Phone: (775) 784-6725
Brief Bio: Mark Pinsky is a Professor in the Graduate Program of Hydrologic Sciences in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. His research areas as follows: Modeling, simulation, control, estimation and of nonlinear systems. Multicsale computing. Asymptotic and numerical techniques. Stability analysis and control of partially uncertain dynamical systems. Robust control of bifurcation and chaos phenomena. Robust, impulsive and observation control of nonlinear systems. Robust estimation and forecast of partly uncertain nonlinear systems.
Brief Bio: Chris is a Professor in the the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. He received his Ph.D. in Mathematics in 1992 from the University of California at Berkeley. His research is in topology and geopmetry and his interests include low-dimensional topology, knot theory, and gauge theoretic invariants of 3-dimensional manifolds. He has also worked on interdisciplinary projects in engineering and climate science.