Carhart's current teaching and research efforts are concentrated on the applications of mathematical and statistical models in management. His other research focuses on achieving pedagogical excellence.
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Carter uses computer science to advance mathematics. He studied both subjects at the University of Scranton and at Indiana University, earning a PhD in mathematical logic in 2004. Besides work in logic, he has written a book on group theory visualization, and has done work in social network analysis. His open-source mathematics software, including packages for group theory visualization, games in formal logic, and a general validation environment for mathematical reasoning, is available at platosheaven.com.
Changpetch's research interests include Linear models, time series analysis, statistical process control and design of experiment, and data mining and association rules analysis.
Hadlock is an applied mathematician who promotes the application of mathematics in society, his teaching and research focus on mathematical modeling in relation to environmental and social issues. He has worked on major environmental cases such as Love Canal, Bhopal and Three Mile Island, and has advised multinational corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and abroad. His most recent book examines six common dynamics associated with collapse processes across a wide range of fields. A long-time consultant with Arthur D. Little, Inc, before coming to Bentley in 1990, his professional expertise ranges from corporate decision making to regulatory assessment. Previously served as Dean of the Undergraduate College.
Haughton's major areas of interest are applied statistics, statistics and marketing, the analysis of living standards surveys, data mining, and model selection. More than 60 refereed articles have appeared in journals such as the American Statistician, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, Economic Development and Cultural Change, and Studies in Family Planning, among others. She has written one book and two edited collections. Haughton is a fellow of the American Statistical Association and a graduate coordinator for Business Analytics at Bentley University.
Norman's research and teaching interests include probability theory and discrete options pricing models. His recent publications have appeared in ZOR, Journal of Forecasting, the American Economist, and European Journal of Operations Research.
Kimball's teaching interests include actuarial education and mathematics of finance. Her research interests include models of financial markets, risk management, numerical methods and optimization. Kimball is also a Project NeXT (New Experiences in Teaching) fellow.
Mingfei's major teaching and research interests include both methodology and applications studies applied game theory, applied statistics and simulations, especially on sequential prediction, decision theory, and business analytics. She is currently a co-investigator in the Center for Healthcare Organization and Implementation Research (CHOIR), ENR Memorial Veterans Hospital (Bedford), Department of Veterans Affairs.
David's research interests include Homotopy Theory, Higher Category Theory, inverse problems and Big Data.
Predescu's research interests include applications of dynamical systems in natural and social sciences with emphasis of global stability of solutions and estimation of parameters. She was the recipient of the Outstanding Scholarly Contribution Award in 2007 and of several external travel awards from the Association of Women in Mathematics.
Roth is the Actual Program coordinator; and is primarily interested in the modeling and analysis of systems in the presence of uncertainty.
Victoria's interests include discrete and continuous financial market modeling, infinite dimensional analysis, and stochastic analysis. Has presented numerous conference papers. She spent 1996 to 1998 as the Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at Universitat Bonn and Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, both in Germany. Before that, she spent six years as an associate professor and four years as an assistant professor at the Kiev Polytechnic Institute in Ukraine.
Woolford has more than 20 years of consulting experience using business analytics to help clients solve complex problems, improve performance and enhance their competitive position. Sam has applied statistical methods and operations research to market research, litigation support, customer economics, operations analysis, performance metrics, modeling and simulation. Prior to joining the faculty at Bentley, Woolford held senior positions at Abt Associates Inc, KPMG LLP and Watson Wyatt Worldwide after serving on the faculty at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.