Stanislav M. Mintchev

Associate Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics, Albert Nerken School of Engineering
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

Click here for a copy of my Curriculum Vitae in PDF format.

Office Hours for Fall 2016: Monday 6pm - 7pm; Tuesday 4pm - 5pm; Wednesday 5pm - 7pm; Thursday 11am - 12pm.

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Research Interests

I am an applied mathematician with specific training in dynamical systems theory and its applications. I hope to combine analytical techniques from geometry, analysis, and probability theory with computer simulations in order to study problems from the physical and biological sciences. My current projects explore oscillation models from mathematical biology that can be cast in the setting of applied dynamical systems. I am also interested in developing data mining algorithms with applications to the analysis of time-dependent data.

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Teaching

In Progress (as of September 2016)

• Introduction to Linear Algebra - Fall 2016 (Cooper Union Moodle)
• Calculus I - Fall 2016 (Cooper Union Moodle)
• Linear Algebra - Fall 2016 (Cooper Union Moodle)
Past Courses (click here for archived materials)

Some Links

Friends and Colleagues (non-trivial intersection)
Mark Demers
Sara Faridi
Bastien Fernandez
José Koiller
Jessica Lin
Kevin Lin
Cheng Ly
William Ott
E.A. Robinson, Jr.
Eric Shea-Brown
Databases
JStor
MathSciNet
Science Direct
PubMed
Journal Citation Reports (by Thomson Reuters)
Journals
Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems
Chaos
Nonlinearity
Neural Computation
Journal of Mathematical Neuroscience
Professional Organizations
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
American Mathematical Society
Mathematical Association of America

CIMS The Cooper Union, its Department of Mathematics, and my Engfac webpage

CIMS The Courant Institute at New York University