Department of Mathematical Sciences
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Newark, NJ 07102
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- 1990-1995 Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
- Ph.D in Applied and Computational Mathematics, November 1995
- M.A. in Applied and Computational Mathematics, October 1992
- 1985-1990 Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
- B.S. in Systems Science and Engineering, magna cum laude, May 1990
- A.B. in Mathematics, magna cum laude, May 1990
2001-Present Department of Mathematical Sciences, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
1997-2001 Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Assistant Professor of Mathematics
1995-1997 Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York, New York Associate Research Scientist under Professor Andrew J. Majda
Academic Awards and Honors
Distinguished Teaching Award Nominee, University of Massachusetts, 2000-2001
Princeton University Graduate Fellowship, 1990-1993
Member of Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honorary
Member of Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honorary
- Monte Carlo simulation, scientific computing, mesoscopic models, pattern formation, turbulent transport.
- Extensive experience in Fortran, Unix, Tex, and Mathematica. Programming experience on supercomputers including the C-90 and T-90.
Spectral Schemes for stochastic partial differential equations for Surface Processes, PI, NSF DMS-0406633, July 2004-Junr 2007.
Acquisition of a Computer Cluster for the Center of Applied Mathematics and Statistics at NJIT, Investigator, NSF DMS-0420590, Sept 2004- Aug. 2007.
ITR: Mesoscopic Modeling and Simulation: A Novel Approach to Monte Carlo Methods, Co-PI, NSF DMS-0219211, Sept. 2002-Aug. 2005.
Scientific Computing Research Environments for Mathematical Sciences (SCREMS), Co-PI, NSF DMS-0079536, Sept. 2000-Aug. 2003, (University of Massachusetts).
Dr. Horntrop’s Publications