Department of Mathematical Sciences
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Newark, NJ 07102
*Email address ends with @njit.edu
Denis Blackmore has been a Professor of Mathematical Sciences at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) since 1982 and has been a visiting member of the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences on several occasions. Previously he taught at the Polytechnic University of New York. While conducting his research in dynamical systems, computational topology, and differential topology, he has also devoted considerable time to engaging in collaborative research with scholars in various science and engineering disciplines. His research in granular flow dynamics, fluid dynamics, mathematical physics, computer-aided geometric design, biomathematics, and metrology reflects his interests in applications of mathematics.
Professor Blackmore received his Ph.D. in Mathematics in 1971 from the Polytechnic University of New York. He also earned an M.S. in Mathematics and a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the same institution. His research as a graduate student was in the areas of boundary layer theory and the qualitative theory of differential equations.
Dr. Blackmore has co-written two books, co-edited two books, is co-writing a Springer monograph on integrable (infinite-dimensional) dynamical systems and has published scores of scientific papers in leading journals, books and conference proceedings. He has received grants from DARPA, NSF, ONR and the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology. In addition to his research, for which he received the Harlan Perlis Research Award from NJIT in 1993, he is also devoted to instruction in mathematics and has won awards for his teaching.
HONORS, AWARDS AND LISTINGS
Appointed to the Editorial Board of Atlantis/Springer Advanced Book Series: Studies in Mathematical Physics: Theory and Applications (Editor-in-Chief, Norbert Euler), Spring 2011
Appointed to the Editorial Board of the Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics, Fall 2010
Appointed to the Editorial Board of Recent Patents on Space Technology, Spring 2009
Appointed to the Editorial Board of Differential Equations and Applications, Fall 2008.
Appointed Associate Editor of Mechanics Research Communications, Spring 2007.
Appointed to the Editorial Board of Regular and Chaotic Dynamics (2007 – 2013)
Nominated for World Medal of Freedom 2006 by IBC.
Named as one of the Leading Educators of the World – 2006 by IBC.
Appointed as Visiting Research Professor, Duke University, Fall 2006.
Appointed to the Editorial Board of the Mathematical Bulletin of the Shevchenko Scientific Society (2005)
Appointed to Editorial Board of Mechanics Research Communications (2005 -)
Appointed to Editorial Board of the ACS Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences (2002 – 2006)
Harlan J. Perlis Research Award, 1993.
Nominated by Department for Excellence in Teaching Award for Upper Division Undergraduate Courses, 1990
Teaching Excellence Award, NJIT Honors Program, 1987.
Invited by Marcel Dekker to edit and contribute papers to a volume of the proceedings of the special
Listed in Who’s Who in the World 2012 (Marquis)
Listed in Notable Alumni of NYU-Poly
Dr. Blackmore’s Publications