Name: JEROME ARTHUR GOLDSTEIN | Department:MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES |

DEGREES | DISCIPLINE | INSTITUTION | YEAR |
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B.S. | Mathematics | Carnegie Mellon University | 1963 |

M.S. | Mathematics | Carnegie Mellon University | 1964 |

Ph. D. | Mathematics | Carnegie Mellon University | 1967 |

RANK/POSITION | DEPARTMENT/DIVISION | INSTITUTION/COMPANY/ORGANIZATION | PERIOD |
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Member | Mathematics | Institute of Advanced Study | 1967-1968 |

Assistant Professor | Mathematics | Tulane University | 1968-1971 |

Associate Professor | Mathematics | Tulane University | 1971-1975 |

Professor | Mathematics | Tulane University | 1975-1991 |

Department Chair | Mathematics | Tulane University | 1977-1980 |

Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Brasilia Federal University of Rio de Janeiro | 1975 |

Visiting Professor | Mathematics | Westfield College, University of London | 1980-1981 |

Visiting Professor (Short Term Visits) | Mathematics | Stanford University | 1971 |

Visiting Professor (Short Term Visits) | Mathematics | Carnegie Mellon | 1976 |

Visiting Professor (Short Term Visits) | Mathematics | Padova | 1981 |

Visiting Professor (Short Term Visits) | Mathematics | Graz | 1983 & 1985 |

Visiting Professor (Short Term Visits) | Mathematics | Tübingen | 1988, 2004, 2006 |

Visiting Professor (Short Term Visits) | Mathematics | Strathclyde | 1990 |

Visiting Professor (Short Term Visits) | Mathematics | Bologna | 1994, 1997 - 2000, 2002 - 2003 |

Visiting Professor (Short Term Visits) | Mathematics | Bari | 1996 – 2000, 2002-2008 |

Visiting Professor (Short Term Visit) | Mathematics | Ulm | 2005 |

Research Professor | Mathematical Sciences | Research Institute, Berkeley | 1990 - 1991 |

Professor | Mathematics | Louisiana State University | 1991 - 1996 |

Professor | Mathematical Sciences | University of Memphis | 1996 |

Department Chair | Mathematical Sciences | University of Memphis | 1996 - 1999 |

Dunavant Professor | Mathematical Sciences | University of Memphis | 2004 - 2007 |

Visiting Professor | Salerno | 2007-2008 | |

Visiting Professor | LNCC (Petropolis, RJ, Brazil) | 2008 |

HONOR/AWARD | INSTITUTION/COMPANY/ORGANIZATION | YEAR |
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Second Annual Faculty Research Award | Tulane Chapter of the Society of Sigma Xi | 1971 |

Sapientiae Mundanae Doctor (Doctor of Worldly Wisdom) | Honorary degree from the International Boswell Society, presented at Loyola University | 1973 |

First Excellence in Research Award | Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Tulane University | 1985 |

"Distinguished Lectures" and series of such | Various | |

University of Memphis Alumni Association 2002 Distinguished Research Award | University of Memphis | 2002 |

Dunavant Professorship | University of Memphis | 2004 - 2007 |

Willard R. Sparks Eminent Faculty Award | University of Memphis | 2006 |

SUBJECT | INSTITUTION |
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I have taught almost all undergraduate and graduate courses in mathematics and statistics offered at Tulane University during 1968-1991. | Tulane University |

CURRENT DEGREE | NAME | YEAR OF GRADUATION |
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Undergraduate | ||

Masters | ||

Doctoral | Naima Naheed* Teddy Clarke *Co-advised with G.R. Goldstein | 2008 2006 |

1. Editor of: *Partial Differential Equations and Related Topics *(Proceedings of a Ford Foundation Sponsored Program at Tulane University), (1974), Lecture Notes in Math., Vol. 446, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1975.

2. *Semigroups of Linear Operators and Applications*, Oxford U. Press, New York and Oxford, 1985.

3. *A (More-Or-Less) Complete Bibliography of Semigroups of Operators Through 1984*, Mathematics Research Library,

Tulane University, New Orleans, 1985 (358pp.).

4. *Report on the Committee on Discrete Mathematics in the First Two Years,* MAA, Washington, D.C. (1986), iv + 104 pp. (by M. Siegel (Chair), A. Berztiss, D. Bushaw, J. Goldstein, G. Isaacs, S. Maurer, A. Ralston, and J. Schmeelk).

5. Coeditor of: *Mathematics Applied to Science, *(Proceedings of the Conference dedicated to the memory of Edward D. Conway), Academic Press, Boston, 1988 (with Steven I. Rosencrans and Gary A. Sod).

6. Translation of [2] into Russian: Polugruppi Lineinikh Operatorov Ikh Prelozheniya, *Semigroups of Linear Operators and Applications,* Russian translation by V.V. Lyubashenko, Forward by Yu. L. Daletskii, Veeshchka Shkole, Kiev, USSR, 1989.

7. Coeditor of : *Differential* *Equations with Applications in Biology, Physics and Engineering*, Marcel Dekker (1991) (with F. Kappel and W. Schappacher).

8. Coeditor of : *Semigroups of Operators and Applications*, Kluwer Scientific Publishers (1993) (with G.R. Goldstein).

9. Coeditor of : *Stochastic Processes and Functional Analysis*, Marcel Dekker (1997) (with N.E. Gretsky and J.J. Uhl, Jr.).

10. Coeditor of: *Applied Analysis, *Contemporary Mathematics, Vol. 221, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, (1998) (with J.R. Dorroh, G.R. Goldstein, and M.M. Tom.

1. METHODS OF MODERN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS, Vol. I., FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS by M.Reed and B. Simon; Amer. Math. Monthly 80 (1973), 1152-1153.

2. SELF-ADJOINT OPERATORS by W.G. Faris; Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 82 (1976), 462-465.

3. EQUATIONS OF EVOLUTION by H. Tanabe; Bull. Amer. Math. Soc., 3 (1980), 891- 894.

4. ONE-PARAMETER SEMIGROUPS by E.B. Davies; Semigroup Forum 23 (1981), 375-378.

5. THE CAUCHY PROBLEM by H.O. Fattorini; Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 12 (1985), 292-294.

6. ONE-PARAMETER SEMIGROUPS OF POSITIVE OPERATORS by R. Nagel et al.; Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 17 (1987), 365-369.

7. ATTRACTORS FOR SEMIGROUPS AND EVOLUTION EQUATIONS by Olga Ladyzhenskaya; SIAM Review, 75 (1993), 664-666.

8. THE FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRON DENSITY, DENSITY MATRIX AND DENSITY FUNCTIONAL THEORY IN ATOMS, MOLECULES AND THE SOLID STATE edited by N. I. Gidopoulos and S. Wilson; Zbl. Math. (2005).

9. Various other books reviewed in Zbl. Math. and Math. Reviews.

1.* An existence theorem for linear stochastic differential equations*, J. Diff. Eq. 3(1967), 78-87.

2. *Abstract evolution equations*, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 141 (1969), 159-186.

3. *Semigroups and second order differential equations*, J. Functional Anal. 4 (1969), 50-70.

4. *Time dependent hyperbolic equations*, J. Functional Anal. 4 (1969), 31-49. Corrigendum, ibid. 6 (1970), 347.

5. *Second order Itô processes*, Nagoya Math. J. 36 (1969), 27-63.

6. *Some remarks on infinitesimal generators of analytic semigroups*, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 22 (1969), 91-93.

7. *An asymptotic property of solutions of wave equations*, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 23 (1969), 359-363.

9. *A Lie product formula for one parameter groups of isometries on Banach spaces*, Math. Ann. 186 (1970), 299-306.

10. *An asymptotic property of solutions of wave equations, II*, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 32 (1970), 393-399.

11. *On bounded solutions of abstract differential equations*, Ann. Univ. Ferrara 16 (1971), 39-43.

12. *On the growth of solutions of inhomogeneous abstract wave equations*, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 37 (1972), 650-654.

13 *Some counterexamples involving self-adjoint operators*, Rocky Mountain J. Math. 2 (1972), 142-149.

14. *Admissible subspaces and the denseness of the intersection of the domains of semigroup generators*, J. Functional Anal. 9 (1972), 460-468 (with Paul R. Chernoff).

15. *Approximation of nonlinear semigroups and evolution equations*, J. Math. Soc. Japan 24 (1972), 558-573.

16. *Groups of isometries on Orlicz spaces*, Pac. J. Math. 48 (1972), 387-393.

17. *On the domain of the square of the infinitesimal generator of a group*, An. Acad. Brasil Cien. 45 (1973), 1-3.

18. *A perturbation theorem for evolution equations and some applications*, Illinois J. Math. 18 (1974), 196-207.

19. *On the convergence and approximation of cosine functions*, Aeq. Math. 10 (1974), 201-205.

20. *An example of a nonlinear semigroup*, Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde 22 (1974), 170-174.

21. *On bounded solutions of nonlinear differential equations in Hilbert space*, SIAM J. Math. Anal. 5 (1974), 837-840 (with Arthur Lubin).

22.* A variational property for a family of vector-valued functions*, Ann. Univ. Ferrara, 201 (1975), 145-150.

23.* Temporally inhomogeneous scattering theory*, in Analyse Fonctionelle et Applications (Comptes Rendus du Colloque d’Analyse, Rio de Janeiro, 1972), L. Nachbin (ed.), Hermann, Paris, (1975), 121-128.

24. *Uniqueness for nonlinear Cauchy problems in Banach spaces*, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 53 (1975), 91-95.

25. *Dissipative operator versions of some classical inequalities*, J. D’Analyse Math. 28 (1975), 213-228 (with H.A. Gindler).

26. *Liouville theorems for some improperly posed problems*, in Improperly Posed Boundary Value Problems, A. Carasso and A.P. Stone (eds.), Research Notes in Math. Vol. 1, Pitman, London (1975), 65-75 (with H. Brezis).

27. *Some applications of the law of large numbers*, Bol. Soc.Brasil. Math. 6 (1975), 25-38.

28. *Temporally inhomogeneous scattering theory II: approximation theory and second order equations*, SIAM J. Math. Anal. 7 (1976), 276-290 (with C.J. Monlezun).

29. *Some remarks on uniqueness for a class of singular Cauchy problems*, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 54 (1976), 149-153 (with J.A. Donaldson).

30. *A symptotic equipartition of energy for differential equations in Hilbert space*, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 219 (1976), 397- 406 (with J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

31. *Semigroup-theoretic proofs of the central limit theorem and other theorems of analysis*, Semigroup Forum 12 (1976), 189 - 206, 388.

32. *Variable domain second order evolution equations*, Applicable Anal. 5 (1976), 283-291.

33. *One parameter groups of isometries on certain Banach spaces*, Pac. J. Math. 64 (1976), 145-151 (with R.J. Fleming and J.E. Jamison).

34.* On the absence of necessary conditions for linear evolution operators*, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 64 (1977), 77-80.

35. *A semigroup theoretic proof of the law of large numbers*, Semigroup Forum 15 (1977), 89-90.

36. *An operator semigroup version of the Edmunds-Moscatelli example*, J. London Math. Soc. 17 (1978), 161-164.

37. *The exact amount of nonuniqueness for singular ordinary differential equations in Banach spaces with an application to the Euler-Poisson-Darboux equation*, in Nonlinear Equations in Abstract Spaces (ed. by V. Lakshmikantham), Academic, New York (1978), 95-103.

38. *On the operator equation AX + XB = Q,* Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 78 (1978), 31-34.

39. *Some boundary value problems for the Hamilton-Jacobi equation*, Hiroshima Math. J. 8 (1978), 223-233 (with B. Clay Burch).

40. *Convergence rates of ergodic limits for semigroups and cosine functions*, Semigroup Forum 16 (1978), 89-95 (with Charles Radin and Ralph E. Showalter).

41. *Nonlinear semigroups and a problem in heat conduction*, Houston J. Math. 4 (1978), 311-328 (with B. C. Burch).

42. *Convexity, Boundedness, and almost periodicity for differential equations in Hilbert space*, Internat. J. Math. and Math Sci. 2 (1979), 1-13.

43. *Abstract equipartition of energy theorems*, J. Math. Anal. Appl., 67 (1979), 58-74 (with J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

44. *Fixed point theorems involving radial compactness and angle conditions*, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 67 (1979), 400-411 (with R.J. Knill).

45. *Equipartition of energy for symmetric hyperbolic systems*, in Constructive Approaches to Mathematics Models (ed. by C.V. Coffman and G. Fix), Academic, New York (1979), 395-411 (with J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

46. *Periodic solutions of conservation laws* (abstract), Resultate der Math. 1 (1979), 227-228 (with K.L. OuYoung).

47. *One parameter groups of isometries on* *Cp*, Rev. Roum. Math. Pures Appl. 6 (1979), 863-868 (with E. Berkson, R.J. Fleming, and J. Jamison).

48. *The nearest self-adjoint operator*, J. Chem. Phys. 72 (1980), 780-781 (with M.J. Dupréand M. Levy).

49. *Unitary approximation of positive operators*, Illinois J. Math. 24 (1980), 61-72 (with J.G. Aiken and J.A. Erdos).

50. *Mixed problems for the generalized Benjamin-Bona-Mahony equation*, Nonlinear Anal., Theory, Methods and Appl. 4 (1980), 665-675 (with Bruno J. Wichnoski).

51. *Energy decay and partition for dissipative wave equations*, J. Differential Equations, 36 (1980), 66-73. Corrigendum, ibid. 43 (1982), 156 (with S.I. Rosencrans).

52. *On Löwdin orthogonalization*, Internat. J. Quantum Chem. 18 (1980), 1101-1108 (with J.G. Aiken and J.A. Erdos).

53. *On the interpretation of quantum mechanical scattering measurements*, in Quantum Theory and Gravitation, A.R. Marlow (ed.), Academic, New York, (1980), 207-219.

54. *The universal addability problem for generators of cosine functions and operator groups*, Houston J. Math. 6 (1980), 365-373.

55. *Some developments in semigroups of operators since Hille-Phillips*, Integral Eqns. Operator Th. 4 (1981), 350-365.

56. *Dissipative operators and series inequalities*, Bull. Austral. Math. Soc. 23 (1981), 429-442 (with H.A. Gindler).

57. *Equipartition of energy for higher-order hyperbolic equations*, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 78 (1981), 698 (with J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

58. *The Hamilton-Jacobi equation with an unbounded inhomogeneity*, in Nonlinear Phenomena in Mathematical Sciences (V. Lakshmikantham, ed.), Academic, New York (1982), 159-167 (with B. Clay Burch).

59. *Cosine functions and the Feynman-Kac formula*, Quart. J. Math. Oxford 33 (1982), 303-307.

60. *Autocorrelation, equipartition of energy and random evolutions*, in Probability Measures on Groups, H. Heyer (ed.), Springer Lecture Notes in Math. No. 928, Springer, Berlin (1982), 176-182.

61. *Equipartition of energy*, in Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Their Applications (ed. by H. Brezis and J.L. Lions), Pitman, London (1982), 209-219 (with J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

62. *Locally quasi-dissipative operators and the equation **¶u/**¶ =**f (x, **¶u/ **¶x) **¶²u/**¶x² + g(u*), in Evolution Equations and Their Applicatons, (ed. by F. Kappel and W. Schappacher) Pitman London (1982), 89-100.

63. *Equipartition of energy for higher order abstract hyperbolic equations*, Comm. P.D.E. 7 (1982), 1217-1251 (with J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

64. *Weighted Landau inequalities*, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 95(1983), 20-28 (with M.K. Kwong and A. Zettl).

65*. Mathematics Appreciation Courses: The Report of a CUPM Panel*, Amer. Math. Monthly 30 (1983), 44-51 & C11-C20 (by a CUPM Panel, Chaired by J.A. Goldstein).

66.* Asympototic properties of inhomogeneous wave equations*, in Trends in Theory and Practice of Nonlinear Differential Equations (ed. by V. Lakshmikantham), Marcel Dekker, New York (1984), 185-196 (with J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

67. *Hilbert-Schmidt approximation problems arising in quantum chemistry*, Adv. Appl. Math. 5 (1984), 216-225 (with M. Levy).

68. *Remarks on the Feynman-Kac formula*, in Partial Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems (ed. by W. Fitzgibbon), Pitman, London (1984), 164-180.

69.* A heat equation in which the diffusion coefficient changes sign*, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 103 (1984), 533-564 (with T. Mazumdar).

70. *The heat equation with a singular potential*, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 284 (1984), 121-139 (with Pierre Baras).

71. *Remarks on the inverse square potential in quantum mechanics*, in Differential Equations (ed. by I.W. Knowles and R.T. Lewis), Elsevier (North-Holland), Dordrecht (1984), 31-35 (with Pierre Baras).

72. *Wiener’s theorem and semigroups of operators*, in Infinite-Dimensional Systems (ed. by F. Kappel and W. Schappacher), Lecture Notes in Math. No. 1076, Springer, Berlin (1984), 16-22 (with M.E. Ballotti).

73. *Almost periodicity of bounded solutions of nonlinear abstract equations*, in Differential Equations (ed. by I. Knowles and R. Lewis), Elsevier (North-Holland), Dordrecht (1984), 115-121 (with C. Corduneanu).

74. *Coordinating curriculum in two-year colleges with baccalaureate institutions*, in New Directions in Two-Year College Mathematics (ed. by D.J. Albers, S.B. Rodi, and A.E. Watkins), Springer, New York (1985), 439- 453 (with Bettye Anne Case).

75. *Global existence for the generalized Benjamin-Bona-Mahony equation in arbitrary dimensions*, Nonlinear Analysis, TMA 9 (1985), 861-865 (with J. Avrin).

76. *Bound states and scattered states for contraction semigroups*, Acta Applic. Math. 4 (1985), 93-98.

77. *Global solutions of a dispersive equation in higher dimensions*, in Nonlinear Systems of Partial Differential Equations in Applied Mathematics (ed. by B. Nicolaenko, D.D. Holm, and J.M. Hyman), Vol. 23, Part I, Lectures in Applied Mathematics, Amer. Math. Soc. (1986), 55-60 (with J. Avrin).

78. *Asymptotics for bounded semigroups on Hilbert Space*, in Aspects of Positivity in Functional Analysis (ed. by R. Nagel, U. Schlotterbeck, and M.P.H. Wolff), Elsevier (North-Holland), Dordrecht (1986), 49-62.

79. *Some extensions of Thomas-Fermi theory*, in Differential Equations in Banach Spaces (ed. by A. Favini and E. Obrecht), Lecture Notes in Math. No.1223, Springer, Berlin (1986), 110-121 (with Gisèle R. Rieder).

80. *Periodic and Pseudo-periodic solutions of evolution equations*, in Semigroups, Theory and Applications (ed. by H. Brezis, M.G. Crandall, and F. Kappel), Pitman, London (1986), 142-149.

81. *An abstract d’Alembert formula*, SIAM J. Math. Anal. 18 (1987), 842-856 (with J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

82. *Evolution equations with nonlinear boundary conditions*, in Nonlinear Semigroups, Partial Differential Equations and Attractors, (ed. by T.L. Gill and W.W. Zachary), Lecture Notes in Math. No. 1248, Springer, Berlin (1987), 78-84.

83. *The Coulomb potential in higher dimensions*, in Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics (ed. by I.W. Knowles and Y. Saito), Lecture Notes in Math. No. 1285, Springer, New York (1987), 143-149 (with G.R. Rieder).

84. *Functional analytic and other methods in partial differential equations*, in Oakland Conference on Partial Differential Equations and Applied Mathematics (ed. by L.R. Bragg and J.W. Dettman), Pitman Notes No. 154, Longman, London (1987), 95-108.

85. *Singular nonlinear parabolic boundary value problems in one space dimension*, J. Diff. Eqns. 68 (1987), 429-443 (with C.Y. Lin).

86. *Degenerate nonlinear parabolic boundary value problems*, in Nonlinear Analysis and applications (ed. by V. Lashmikantham), Marcel Dekker (1987), 189-196 (with C.Y. Lin).

87. *A rigorous modified Thomas-Fermi theory for atomic systems*, J. Math. Phys. 28 (1987), 1198-1202 (with G.R. Rieder).

88. *A remark on nonlinear cosine functions*, Semigroup Forum 34 (1987), 359-366 (with S. Oharu).

89.* Electron density-functional theory and X-ray structure factors*, Phys. Rev. B. 35 (1987), 7887-7890 (with M. Levy).

90. *A class of ordinary differential equations connected with Thomas-Fermi theory*, Matem. Aplic. Comput. 6 (1987), 57-68 (with G.R. Rieder).

91. *Singular potentials and scaling*, Houston J. Math. 13 (1987), 557-566 (with R. Svirsky).

92. *Spin polarized Thomas-Fermi theory*, J. Math. Phys. 29 (1988), 709-716 (with G.R. Rieder).

93. *Affine semigroups on Banach spaces*, Hiroshima Math. J., 18 (1988), 433-450 (with S. Oharu and A. Vogt).

94. *Semilinear Hille-Yosida theory*, in Volterra Integrodifferential Equations in Banach Spaces and Applications (ed. by G. Da Prato and M. Iannelli), Longman, Pitman Notes, Essex (1989), 159-166 (with S. Oharu and T. Takahashi).

95. *Almost periodic solutions of evolution equations*, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 138 (1989), 522-536 (with M.E, Ballotti and M.E. Parrott).

96. *Recent rigorous results in Thomas-Fermi theory*, in Lecture Notes in Math. No. 1394 (ed. by T.L. Gill and W.W. Zachary), Springer, New York (1989), 68-82 (with G.R. Rieder).

97. *Highly degenerate parabolic boundary value problems*, Diff. Int. Eqns. 2 (1989), 216-227 (with C.Y. Lin).

98. *Semilinear Hille-Yosida theory: The approximation theorem and groups of operators*, Nonlinear Anal. TMA 13 (1989), 325-339 (with S. Oharu and T. Takashashi).

99.* On a domain characterization of Schrödinger operators with gradient magnetic vector potentials and singular potentials*, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 105 (1989), 317-323 (with R. Svirsky).

100. *Degenerate parabolic problems and the Wentzel boundary condition*, in Semigroup Theory and Applications (ed. by Ph. Clément, S. Invernizzi, E. Mitidieri, and I.I. Vrabie), M. Dekker (1989), 189-199 (with C.Y. Lin).

101. *Continuous dependence of ergodic limits*, J. Mult. Anal. 32 (1990), 150-160 (with G. Rieder).

102. *On some nonlinear dispersive equations in several space variables*, Diff. Int. Eqns. 3 (1990), 617-632 (with R. Kajikiya and S. Oharu).

103. *Lectures on Applicatons of Semigroups of Linear Operators*, Semesterbericht Funktionalanalysis, Tübingen (1990), 59- 139. (a) On Hardy-Landau-Littlewood inequalities, 61-75 (with F. Räbiger). (b) The Feynman-Kac Formula with an application to the heat equation with a singular potential, 77-94 (with W. Caspers). (c) Scattering theory and equipartition of energy, 95-110 (with M. Hieber). (d) The Navier-Stokes equations, 111-123 (with G.R. Rieder). (e) Singular perturbation, 125-139 (with K.J. Engel).

104. *Linear algebra and quantum chemistry*, Amer. Math. Monthly 98 (1991), 710-718 (with M. Levy). Letter to the editor, ibid. 100 (1993), 69.

105. *An L**p semigroup approach to degenerate parabolic boundary value problems*, Ann. Mat. Pura Applic. 155 (1991), 131- 145 (with C.Y. Lin).

106. *Parabolic problems with strong degeneracy at the spatial boundary*, in Semigroup Theory and Evolution Equations (ed. by Ph. Clément, E. Mitidieri, and B. de Pagter), M. Dekker (1991), 181-191 (with C.Y.Lin).

107. *Thomas-Fermi theory with an external magnetic field*, J. Math. Phys. 32 (1991), 2901-2917 (with G.R. Rieder).

108*. The Fermi-Amaldi correction in spin polarized Thomas-Fermi theory*, in Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics (ed. by C. Bennewitz), Academic (1992), 25-27 (with Ph. Bénilan and G.R. Rieder).

109. *A nonlinear elliptic system arising in electron density theory*, Comm. PDE 17 (1992), 2907-2917 (with Ph. Bénilan and G.R. Goldstein).

110. *Regularized semigroups, iterated Cauchy problems, and equipartition of energy*, Monatshefte Math. 115 (1993), 47-66 (with R. deLaubenfels and J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

111. *The Kompaneets equation*, in Differential Equations in Banach Spaces (ed. by G. Dore, A. Favini, E. Obrecht, and A. Venni), Marcel Dekker (1993), 115-123.

112. *Extremal properties of contraction semigroups on Hilbert and Banach spaces*, Bull. London Math. Soc. 25 (1993), 369- 376.

113. *Nuclear cusps, magnetic fields, and the Lavrentiev phenomenon in Thomas-Fermi theory*, in Differential Equations with Applications to Mathematical Physics (ed. by W.F. Ames, J.V. Herod and E.M. Harrell II), Academic Press (1993), 141- 151 (with G.R. Goldstein and C.A. Lung).

114. *Semigroups of linear operators and applications*, in Semigroups of Operators and Applications (ed. by G.R. Goldstein and J.A. Goldstein), Kluwer (1993), 9-57.

115. *Regularity and decay for nonlinear parabolic boundary problems*, in Evolution Equations, Control Theory, and Biomathematics (ed. by Ph. Clément and G. Lumer), M. Dekker (1994), 225-233 (with G.R. Goldstein).

116. *An extremal property of contraction semigroups on Banach spaces*, Illinois J. Math. 39 (1995), 441-449 (with B. Nagy).

118. *The Favard class for a nonlinear parabolic problem*, in Recent Developments in Evolution Equations (ed. by A.C. McBride and G.F. Roach), Longman, Pitman Notes, Harlow (1995), 134-147 (with G.R. Goldstein and S. Oharu).

119. *Obstacle scattering for elastic waves*, in Recent Developments in Evolution Equations (ed. by A.C. McBride and G.F. Roach), Longman, Pitman Notes, Harlow (1995), 3-17 (with G. Shi).

120. *Applications of operator semigroups to Fourier analysis*, Semigroup Forum, 52 (1996), 37-47.

117. *Thomas-Fermi Theory with magnetic fields and the Fermi-Amaldi correction*, Diff & Int. Eqns. 8 (1995), 1305-1316 (with G.R. Goldstein and W. Jia).

121. *Structure of solutions to linear evolution equations:extensions of d’Alembert’s formula*, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 201 (1996), 461-477 (with G. R. Goldstein and E. Obrecht).

122. *Regularity for abstract Cauchy problems*, in Theory and Applications of Nonlinear Operators of Accretive and Monotone Type (ed. by A. Kartsatos), M. Dekker (1996), 99-105 (with G.R. Goldstein).

123. *The KdV equation via semigroups*, in Theory and Applications of Nonlinear Operators of Accretive and Monotone Type (ed. by A. Kartsatos), M. Dekker (1996), 107-114.

124. *Odd solutions to perturbed conservation laws,* Bull. Korean Math. Soc 33 (1996), 521-530 (with Mi Ai Park).

125. *D**egenerate nonlinear parabolic problems: the influence of probability*, in Stochastic Processes and Functional Analysis (ed. by J.A. Goldstein, N.E. Gretsky and J.J. Uhl, Jr.), Marcel Dekker, (1997), 101-111 (with C.-Y. Lin and K. Wang).

126. *Existence of solutions for a system of nonlinear partial differential equations related to bioreactors*, Dynamic Systems Appl. 5 (1996), 197-210 (with J. Tervo).

127. *An analytic semigroup associated to a degenerate evolution equation*, (with A. Favini, and S. Romanelli), in Stochastic Processes and Functional Analysis (ed. by J.A. Goldstein, N.E. Gretsky and J.J. Uhl, Jr.), Marcel Dekker (1997), 85-100.

* *128. *Smoothing properties for nonlinear parabolic equations with nonlinear boundary conditions*, J. Math. Anal. Appl., 213 (1997), 422-443 (with G.R. Goldstein).

129. *The amount of nonuniqueness for factored equations with Euler-Poisson-Darboux factors*, Math. Meth. Appl. Sci., 20 (1997), 1449-1457 (with J.H. Lightbourne III and J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

130. *A new approach to the analyticity of some classes of one-paremeter semigroup in weighted L ^{P} spaces*, J. Math. Anal. Appl., 226 (1998), 393-413 (with G.R. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).

131. *Analytic semigroups on L ^{P}_{w}*

132. *The asymptotics of inhomogeneous factored Cauchy problems*, Asymptotic Analysis, 19 (1999), 233-252 (with G.R. Goldstein and E. Obrecht).* *

133. *Stochastic differential model for evolutionary algorithms over continuous spaces,* in proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO ’99) Vol. 1 (ed. By W. Banzhaf et al), Morgan Kaufmann Publishers (1999), 863-870 (with G. Hernandez and F. Niño).

134. *Dispersive equations and semigroups,* in Evolution Equations and Their Applications (ed. by G. Lumer and L. Weis), Marcel Dekker, (2000), 219-227 (with R. Cascaval).

135. *C _{0}-semigroups generated by second order differential operators with general Wentzell boundary conditions,* Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 128 (2000), 1981-1989 (with A. Favini, G.R. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).

136. *S**ome nonlinear wave equations with acoustic boundary conditions*, J. Diff. Equations, 164 (2000), 92-109 (with C.L. Frota).

137. *T**he mathematics of suspensions: Kac walks and asymptotic analyticity, *Electronic J. Diff. Eqns., Conf. 03, 1999 (2000), 39-50 (with E.C. Eckstein and M. Leggas).

138. *On some classes of differential operators generating analytic semigroups*, in Evolution Equations and Their Applications (ed. by G. Lumer and L. Weis), Marcel Dekker, (2000), 97-114 (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).

139. *The asymptotics of forced elastic waves*, in Trends in Contemporary Infinite Dimensional Analysis and Quantum Probability (ed. by L. Accardi, H.-H. Kuo, N. Obata, K. Saito, Si Si, and L. Streit), Italian School of East Asian Studies, Natural and Mathematical Sciences Series 3, Kyoto (2000), 147-158 (with G.R. Goldstein and E. Obrecht).

140. *Generalized Wentzell boundary conditions and analytic semigroups in C[0,1], *in Progress in Nonlinear Differential Equations and Their Applications, Vol. 42 (ed. by A.V. Balakrishnan), Birkhauser (2000), 125-130.

141. *Regularity of solutions to perturbed conservation laws, *Applicable Anal., 74 (2000), 185-199 (with Y. Soeharyadi).

142. *Linking theory and measurements of tracer particle position in suspension flows*, in Proc. ASME FEDSM 2000 (2000), 1-8 (with E.C. Eckstein, M. Leggas and B. Ma).

143. *The best generalized inverse*, J. Math. Anal. Appl., 252 (2000), 91-101 (with G.R. Goldstein).

144. *Parameter dependence in Thomas-Fermi theory, *Comm. Appl. Math., 5 (2001), 421-432 * *(with An. Breazna and G.R. Goldstein).

145. *Nonlinear boundary conditions for nonlinear second order operators on C[0,1],* Arch. Math., 76 (2001), 391-400 (with A. Favini, G.R. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).

146. * The Favard class for a parabolic problem with Wentzell boundary conditions*, Applicable Anal., 78 (2001), 43-54 (with E. Cito, G.R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).

147. *Degenerate second order differential operators generating analytic semigroups in L ^{1} and W^{1,p}*, Math. Nachr., 238 (2002), 78-102 (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein, and S. romaelli).

148. *The one dimensional wave equation with Wentzell boundary conditions*, Differential Equations and Control Theory (ed. by S. Aizicovici and N. Pavel), M. Decker (2001), 139-145 (with A. Favini, G.R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).

149. *The heat equation with generalized Wentzell boundary conditions*, J. Evolution Eqns., 2 (2002), 1-19 (with A. Favini, G.R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).

150. *Regularity of perturbed Hamilton-Jacobi equations*, Nonlinear Analysis TMA, 51 (2002), 239-248 (with Y. Soeharyadi)

151. On a degenerate heat equation with a singular potential, J. Functional Anal., 186 (2001), 342-359 (with Q. Zhang).

152. *Fractional Opial type inequalities and fractional differential equations*, Math. Results, 41 (2002), 197-212 (with G.A. Anastassiou).

153. *Linear parabolic equations with strong singular potentials*, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 355 (2002), 197-211 (with Q. Zhang).

154. *The Laplacian with generalized Wentzell boundary conditions*, in Evolution Equations: Applications to Physics, Industry, Life Sciences and Economics (ed. By M. Iannelli and G. Lumer), Birkhauser (2003), 169-180 (with A. Favini, G.R. Goldstein, E. Obrecht and S. Romanelli).

156. *Fractional telegraph equations*, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 276 (2002), 145-159 (with R. Cascaval, E.C. Eckstein and C. L. Frota).

157. *The energy space and norm growth for abstract wave equations, Appl. Math. Letters, 16 (2003), 767-772 (with M. Wacker).*

158. *Positivity*, *Trotter products and blow-up, Positivity, 8 (2004), 187-208 (with M. Cliff and M. Wacker)*.

159. *Instantaneous blowup, Contemporary Mathematics,* 327 (2003), 141-150 (with I. Kombe).

160. *Oscillatory boundary conditions for elastic waves, J. Evol. Eqns., 3 (2003), 623-635 (with C*. Gal and G. R. Goldstein).

161. *Invariant sets for nonlinear operators, in Stochastic Processes and Functional Analysis (ed. By R. J. Swift, et al) M. Dekker (2004), 141-147 (with G. R. Goldstein).*

162. *General Wentzell boundary conditions, differential operators, and analytic semigroups in C[0,1], Bol. Soc. Para. Mat. 1 (2003), 93-102 (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).*

163. *General Wentzell boundary conditionds and analytic semigroups on (0,1), Applic. Anal., 82 (2003), 927-935 (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein, E. Obrecht, and S. Romanelli).*

164. *Nonlinear degenerate parabolic equations with singular lower order term, Adv. Diff. Eqns. 8 (2003), 1153-1192 (with I. Kombe).*

165. *Nonlinear degenerate parabolic equations on the Heisenberg group, Internat. J. Evol. Eqns. 1, (2005), 1-22 (with I. Kombe).*

166. *Multidimensional Opial inequalities for functions vanishing at an interior point, Atti Accad.Naz. Lincei, 15 (2004), 5-15 (with G. A. Anastassiou and G. R. Goldstein).*

167. *Multidimensional Opial inequalities for functions vanishing on the boundary, Applic. Anal. 85 (2006), 579-591 (with G. A, Anastassiou and G. R. Goldstein).*

168. *On the existence of almost automorphic mild solutions to some semilinear differential equations, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 133(2005), 2401-2408 ( with G. M. N’Guerekata).*

169. *The nonautonomous wave equation with general Wentzell boundary conditions, Proc. Royal Soc. Edinburgh, 135A (2005), 1-13 (with A. Favini, C. G. Gal, G. R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).*

170. *Nonlinear parabolic equations with singular coefficient and critical exponent, Applic. Anal. 84 (2005), 571-583 (with G. R. Goldstein and I. Kombe).*

171. *Uniqueness for evolution in multidimensional time, Nonlinear Analysis TMA 64 (2006), 33-41 (with G. A. Anastassiou and G. R. Goldstein).*

172. *Degenerate elliptic operators with general boundary conditions and Feller semigroups, Far East J. Appl. Math. 24 (2006), 1-22 (with S. Romanelli, A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein and K. Taira).*

173. *The heat equation with nonlinear Wentzell boundary condition, Adv. Diff. Eqns. 11 (2006), 481-510 (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).*

174. *Fourth order operators with general Wentzell boundary conditions, Rocky Mtn. J. Math., (2006), to appear (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).*

175. *Classification of general Wentzell boundary conditions for fourth order operators in one space dimension, J. Math. Anal. Appl., to appear (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).*

176. *Legendre operators, hypergeometric equations and analytic semigroups, in preparation (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).*

177. * Fourth order ordinary differential operators with general Wentzell boundary conditions, in Differential Equations: Inverse and Direct Problems, (ed. by A. Favini and A. Lorenzi), Chapman & Hall/CRC (2006),59-72 (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).*

178. The power potential and nonexistence of positive solutions, in Differential Equations: Inverse and Direct Problems (ed. by A. Favini and A. Lorenzi), Chapman & Hall/CRC (2006), 183-195 (with G. R. Goldstein and I. Kombe).

179. *Symmetries, invariance and boundary value problems for the Hamilton-Jacobi equation, J. Comp.Appl. Anal. 8 (2006), 206-222 (with G. R. Goldstein and Y. Soeharyadi).*

180. Outgrowths of Hardy’s inequality, in Recent Advances in Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics (ed. by N. Chernov, Y. Karpeshina, I. W. Knowles, R. T. Lewis, and R. Weikard), Contemp. Math. Vol. 412, Amer. Math. Soc. (2006), 51-68 (with W. Arendt and G. R. Goldstein).

181. Higher order degenerate operators on Sobolev spaces, Funkcial. Ekvac., to appear (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).

182. Semigroups of linear operators on p-Frechet spaces, 0<p<1, Acta Math. Hung. 114 (2007), 13-36 (with S. Gal).

183. Wave equations with nonlinear dynamic boundary conditions, in preparation (with C. Gal and G. R. Goldstein).

184. Ostrowski type inequalities over Euclidean domains, submitted (with G. A. Anastassiou).

185. Higher order Ostrowski type inequalities over Euclidean domains, submitted (with G. A. Anastassiou).

186. Evolution equations in complex variables, submitted (with C. Gal and S. Gal).

187. A new explicit formula for the Black-Merton-Scholes equation, in preparation (with R. M. Mininni and S. Romanelli).

188. Markov semigroups, groups of operators and estimating functions, Parts I and II, in preparation (with R. M. Mininni and S. Romanelli).

189. Continuous dependence problems with Wentzell boundary conditions, in preparation (with G. M. Coclite, A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).

190. Fredholm alternative, nonlinear elliptic problems, and Wentzell boundary conditions, in preparation (with C. Gal , G. R. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).

*191. Higher order parabolic problems, analytic semigroups, and general Wentzell boundary conditions, in preparation (with A. Favini, G. R. Goldstein, E. Obrecht, and S. Romanelli).*

1. *A modern approach to some classical inequalities*, Proc. Fourth Annual USL Math. Conf., R.A. Waggoner (ed.), University of Southwestern Louisiana (1974), 19-24.

2. *Uniqueness results for some improperly posed problems*, in 1° Seminario Brasileriro de Analise, Soc. Brasil. Math., Rio de Janeiro (1975), 74-86.

3. *Nonlinear semigroups and nonlinear partial differential equations*, in Dec. Coloquio Brasileiro de Matematica, Vol. I, IMPA, Rio de Janeiro (1978), 213-248.

4. *Equipartition of energy for equations of eighth order*, Proc. Tenth Annual U.S.L. Math. Conf., R.A. Waggoner (ed.) University of Southwest Louisiana (1980), 33-48 (with J.T. Sandefur, Jr.).

5. *An L ^{P} approach to degenerate parabolic boundary value problems*, in Differential Equations and Applications, Vol. I (ed. by A.R. Aftabizadeh), Ohio U. Press, Athens, Ohio (1989), 331-337 (with C.Y. Lin).

6. *Continuous dependence of the asymptotics in discrete and continuous dynamical systems*, in Lecture Notes in Control and Inf. Sci. (ed. by W.A. Porter, S.C. Kak, and J.L. Aravena), Springer, Berlin (1989), 338-339 (with G.R. Rieder).

7. *Three Lectures on Applied Analysis*, Proc. 23^{rd} Voronezh Winter School in Mathematics (USSR), Voronezh Winter Union (1990), 3-29.

8. *Nonlinear semigroups and applications to degenerate parabolic partial differential equations*, in Proceedings of the KIT Mathematics Workshop, Vol. 4, Analysis and Geometry 1989, Korea Inst. of Tech., Taejon, Korea (1990) 1-40.

1. *Program to compute simplified miss coefficients for lunar missions*, General Dynamics/Astronautics Technical Report (1963), 102 pages.

2. *Semigroups of Operators and Abstract Cauchy Problems*, Tulane University Lecture Notes, 1970.

3. *Lectures on Semigroups of Nonlinear Operators*, Tulane University Lecture Notes, 1972.

4. *Semigroupos Non-Lineales*, Textos de Metodos Matematicos No. 10 (Notes taken by G. Perla Menzala), Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro, 1976.

5. *CUPM* *tackles issues in undergraduate curriculum, *FOCUS 6 (1) (1986), ii-iii.

6. Curriculum for Grades 11-13, Report of an NCTM-MAA Committee, by J. Leitzel (Chair), P. Curtis, C. Hambert, D. Lichtenstein, A. Watkins, B. Case, D. Chambers, D. Coblentz, S. Conrad, R. Douglass, W. Ellis, D. Ewen, J. Goldstein, K. Heid, D. Johnson, K. Layton, P. Lindstrom, W. Lucas, I. Niven, D. Smali, and T. Tucker). In Reshaping College Mathematics (ed. by L.A. Steen), MAA Notes No. 13, Washington, D.C. (1989), pp. 91-102.

7. *Scientific biography of Edward D. Conway*, in Mathematics Applied to Science, Academic, Boston (1988), xv-xvii (with S.I. Rosencrans).

8. Small research grants, Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 37 (1990), 669-671.

9.* An interpolation inequality arising in degenerate elliptic problems*, LSU Seminar Notes in Functional Analysis and PDE, 1 (1991), 51-58 (with J.R. Dorroh and G.R. Rieder).

10. *Viscosity solutions and homogenization*, LSU Seminar Notes in Functional Analysis and PDE, 1 (1991), 76-87.

11. *Tosio Kato*, J. Evolution Eqns., 4 (2001), 349-351 (with W. Arendt and R. Nagel).

12. *An appreciation of my teacher, M. M. Rao, in Stochastic Processes and Functional Analysis (ed. by A. C. Krinik and R. J. Swift), M. Dekker (2004), 3-5.*

1. Symposium on Nonlinear Semigroups and Evolution Equations, University of Kentucky, 1969.

2. First Annual Miniconference, Univ. Southwestern La., 1970 (1 hour lecture).

3. International Colloquium on Analysis, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, 1972 (30 minute talk).

4. N.A.T.O. Seminar on the Mathematical Theory of Scattering, Denver University, 1973 (1 hour talk).

5. Fourth Annual Miniconference, University of Southwestern La., 1973, (1 hour talk).

6. Amer. Math. Soc. regional Meeting, University of Florida, 1973 (20 minute talk in the Special Session on Dynamical Systems, et al).

7. NSF Conference on Improperly Posed Problems, University of New Mexico, 1973 (30 minute talk).

8. Seminário Brasileiro de Análise (Primeira Sessão), IMPA, Rio De Janeiro, 1975 (1 hour talk).

9. 10º Colloquio Brasileiro de Matemética, Pocos de Caldas, 1975 (1 hour talk).

10. Conference on Differential Equations and Control Theory, Univ. of Oklahoma, 1977 (20 minute talk).

11. Conference on Nonlinear Equations in Abstract Spaces, Univ. of Texas at Arlington, 1977 (45 minute talk).

12. Amer. Math. Soc. Annual meeting, Atlanta, 1978 (20 minute talk in Special Session on Ill-Posed Problems).

13. Conference on Math. Models in Science, Pittsburgh, 1978 (45 minute talk).

14. Gave one of the three invited hour addresses at the 39^{th} annual meeting of the Southwestern Section of the MAA, El Paso, Texas, April, 1979.

15. Loyola Conference on quantum theory and gravitation, May, 1979 (30 minute talk).

16. NSF Conference on experiential applied mathematics education at the Claremont College, May-June, 1979 (20 minute talk).

17. Conference honoring Einar Hille, Labuna Beach, 1980 (45 minute talk).

18. International Conference on Nonlinear Phenomena in Mathematical Sciences, University of Texas at Arlington, June 1980 (45 minute talk).

19. Conference on Stochastic Processes and Analysis, Tübingen, Germany, 1981 (40 minute talk).

20. Conference on Nonlinear Differential Equations, Schloss Retzhof, Leibniz, Austria (Sponsored by Univ. of Graz), 1981 (1 hour talk).

21. 5^{th} International Conference on Nonlinear Differential Equations, Univ. of Texas at Arlington, 1982 (30 minute talk).

22. Conference honoring Ralph Phillips, Stanford, 1982 (1 hour seminar).

23. Amer. Math. Soc. Meeting, Baton Rouge, La., 1982 (20 minute talk in Special Session in PDE).

24. NCTM meeting, New Orleans, 1982 (1 hour talk).

25. Amer. Math. Soc. Annual Meeting, Denver, 1983 (20 minute talk in Special Session in Monotonicity Methods).

26. International Conference at Univ. of Alabama in Birmingham, 1983 (30 minute talk).

27. International Conference on Semigroups at Schloss Retzhof, Leibniz, Austria, (sponsored by Univ. Graz) 1983 (1 hour talk).

28. Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics in Como, Italy, 1983.

29. AMS regional meeting, special session, Evanston, 1983 (20 minute talk).

30. AMS regional meeting, special session, Louisville, January 1984 (20 minute talk). I was one of the six members participating in a two hour public panel presentation on discrete mathematics in the first two years of the college curriculum. The panel is sponsored by the MAA and the Sloan Foundation.

31. AMS-SIAM Summer Seminar in applied Mathematics (Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations), Santa Fe, July-August, 1984 (40 minute talk).

32. International Conference on integrodifferential Evolution Equations, Trent, Italy, September 1984 (45 minute talk).

33. International Conference on Semigroups of Operators, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Tieste, Italy, December 1984 (30 minute talk).

34. AMS/MAA National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, January 1985 (2 hour panel discussion).

35. MAA regional meeting, Biloxi, MS (chaired a 1 hour panel discussion).

36. Conference on Aspects of Positivity in Functional Analysis, Tübingen, Germany, June 1985 (1 hour talk).

37. Conference on Differential Equations in Abstract Spaces, Bologna, Italy, July 1985 (1 hour talk).

38. Conference on Analysis, Howard University, Washington, D.C., August 1985 (1 hour talk).

39. Southeastern-Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Georgia Tech., October 1985 (1 hour talk).

40. AMS National Meeting, New Orleans, January 1986 (two 20 minute talks in the special sessions on positivity and on boundary value problems).

41. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, UAB Birmingham, AL, March 1986 (30 minute talk).

42. MAA regional meeting, Arkansas college, April 1986 (1 hour talk).

43. MAA regional meeting, Pittsburgh State Univ. (KS), April 1986 (1 hour talk).

44. Conference on Partial Differential Equations and Applied Mathematics, Oakland U., Rochester, MI, May 1986 (1 hour talk).

45. 7^{th} International Conference on Nonlinear Differential Equations, Univ. of Texas at Arlington, July 1986 (30 minute talk).

46. M.S.R.I. Symposium of Nonlinear Diffusion, Berkeley, CA., September 1986.

47. MAA regional meeting, Arkansas College, March 1986 (one hour lecture).

48. MAA regional meeting, Pittsburgh State Univ. (KS), April 1986 (one hour lecture).

49. Conference on PDE and Applied Mathematics, Oakland Univ. (MI), May 1986 (one hour lecture).

50. 7^{th} International Conference on nonlinear Differential Equations, Univ. Texas at Arlington, July 1986 (30 minute lecture).

51. “Volterra Equations in Banach Spaces and Applications”, Trento (Italy), February 1987 (45 minute lecture).

52. Conference on “Calculus Reform”, St. Petersburg Junior College (FL), February 1987 (one of four invited speakers and panelists).

53. “Mathematical and Interpretational Problems in Relativistic quantum Theory”, Loyola Univ., New Orleans, May 1987.

54. Second Howard Conference on Nonlinear PDE, etc., Howard University, Washington, D.C., August 1987 (1 hour lecture).

55. Trends in Semigroup Theory and Applications, Triese (Italy), September 1987 (one hour lecture).

56. Combined Midwest-Southeast D.E. Conference, Vanderbilt U., Nashville, October 1987 (25 minutes invited talk in Special Session).

57. Semigroups and Differential Operators, Oberwolfach (Germany), January 1988 (co-organizer).

58. La.-Miss Section Meeting (MAA), Northwestern LA State U., Natchitoches, February 1988 (invited panelist).

59. International Conference on Differential Equations, Columbus, Ohio, March 1988 (30 minute talk).

60. Nineteenth USL Conference, Lafayette, LA, October, 1988 (60 minute talk).

61. Southeast D.E. Conference, U. of Georgia, Athens, November 1988 (30 minute talk).

62. NSF Conference on Nonlinear Wave Equations, Fairfax, VA, January 1989.

63. Conference on Evolution Equations, Oberwolfach, Germany, May 1989 (1 hour invited talk).

64. International Conference on Differential Equations and applications, Retzhof, Austria, June 1989 (co-organizer, with F. Kappel and W. Schappacher).

65. 4^{th} Annual KIT Mathematics Workshop, Taejon, Korea, August 1989 (principal invited speaker, 3 one-hour talks).

66. Semigroups and Applications (Clement, et al), Delft, Holland, September 1989 (1 hour lecture.

67. Southeastern Atlantic Conference on Differential Equations, Charlotte, NC, October 1989 (20 minute lecture).

68. Tübingen Workshop on Semigroups and Evolution Equations, Blaubeuren, Germany, October, November, 1989 (5 80- minute lectures, one of two principal lecturers).

69. AMS-MAA annual meetings, Louisville, KY, January 1990 (20 minute invited talk in Special Session on Schrödinger Operators, plus various committee meetings).

70. 23^{rd} Annual Voronezh Winter School in Mathematics, Voronezh, USSR, January 1990 ( 3 one-hour talks, one of four principal invited lecturers from the west, the only American). I also spent one day in Moscow as a guest of V.V. Sazonov of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Steklov Institute.

71. AAAS Annual Meeting, New Orleans, February 1990 (1 hour lecture).

72. Eleventh Dundee Conference on Differential Equations, Dundee, Scotland, July 1990 (30 minute talk).

73. 11^{th} Dundee Conference on Differential Equations (Dundee, Scotland), July (30 minute lecture).

74. NSF sponsored Calculus Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October 1990 (20 minute lecture).

75. 10^{th} Annual Western States Math Physics Conference, Caltech, February 1991 (50 minute lecture).

76. AMS meeting, Special Session, Tampa, Florida, March 1991 (20 minute lecture).

77. Conference in Honor of Tosio Kato, Berkeley, CA, May 1991 (Co-organizer with M.G. Crandall and L.C. Evans).

78. International Conference on Differential Equations in Banach Spaces, Bologna, Italy, July 1991 (45 minute lecture).

79. International Workshop on Evolution Equations, Mathematical Biology and Control Theory, Han-Sur-Lesse, Belgium, October 1991 (40 minute lecture).

80. Southeast Atlantic Conference on Differential Equations, Mississippi State, Mississippi, October 1991 (20 minute lecture).

81. Conference on semigroups of Operators, Curaçao (Co-organizer and Co-principal lecturer, with G.R. Goldstein) (3 one hour lectures).

82. Southeast Atlantic Differential Equations Conference, Lexington, KY, November 1992 (20 minute lecture).

83. International Conference on Evolution Equations, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA, January 1993 (Co-organizer with J.R. Dorroh, G. Ferreyra, G.R. Goldstein and F. Neubrander).

84. Conference on Evolution Equations and Control Theory, Luminy, France, March 1993 (1 hour lecture).

85. Conference on Differential Equations, Athens, Ohio, August 1993 (Co-organizer of Special Session on quantum Theory with G.R. Goldstein).

86. SEARCDE, Wilmington, NC, November 1993 (20 minute lecture).

87. Conference on Mathematical Physics, Schrödinger Institute, Vienna, Austria, December 1993 (35 minute lecture).

88. 4^{th} International Workshop and Miniconference on Operator Theory and Evolution Equations, LSU, March 1994 (1 hour lecture).

89. Conference on Evolution Equations, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, July 1994 (60 minute lecture designated as the “Edinburgh Mathematical Society Lecture”).

90. Conference on Evolution Equations and Semigroups, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy, September 1994 (50 minute lecture).

91. Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Southwestern Louisiana, October 1994 (4 one hour lectures).

92. Conference in honor of M.M. Rao, University of California, Riverside, November 1994 (50 minute lecture).

93. Special Session on Monotone Operator Theory, AMS Annual Meeting, San Francisco, January 1995 (20 minute talk).

94. Texas PDE Conference, Rice University, April 1995 (20 minute talk).

95. Conference on Nonlinear Parabolic Problems, Levico Terme, Italy June 1995 (one hour lecture).

96. Conference on Functional Analysis and PDE, Oberwolfach, Germany, January 1996 (50 minute lecture).

97. AMS meeting, Columbia, MO (20 minute Special Session Talk), October 1996** **

98. NCTM meeting, Memphis, October 1997, (1 hour lecture)

99. Southeastern Atlantic - Midwest DE Conference Vanderbilt University, November 1997 (Plenary 1 hour lecture)

100. Regional Conference, University of Louisville, March 1998 (20 minute talk in a Special Session)

101. PDE Conference in Honor of Olga Ladyzenskaya, Iowa State University, August 1998 (50 minute plenary lecture)

102. Mathematical Geosciences Summer School, Stanford University, August 1998

103. International Conference on Evolution Equations, Bad Herrenberg, Germany, September 1998, (50 minute plenary lecture)

104. Co-organized Differential Equations Weekend, University of Memphis, April 1998

105. PDE Conference at Iowa State University, August 1998 (1 hour plenary lecture)

106. Mathematical Geosciences Summer School, Stanford University, August 1998, August 1999, August 2000

107. Evolution Equations Conference, Bad Herrenalb,Karlsruhe, Germany, September 1998 (1 hour plenary lecture)

108. Differential Equations and Computation Conference, Mississippi State University, May 1999, (20 minute talk)

109. Qualitative Properties of Semigroups, Academy of Sciences, Rome, Italy, June 1999 (1 hour plenary lecture)

110. Wabash Analysis Conference, IUPUI, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 1999 (1 hour plenary lecture)

111. Co-organized Differential Equation Weekend, University of Memphis, November 1999

112. Partial Differential Equations Conference at University of Memphis, March 2000

113. Functional Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Oberwolfach, Germany, March 2000 (30 minute talk)

114. Analysis Conference, Ohio University, May 2000 (1 hour lecture)

115. Evolution Equations, Bologna, Italy, July 2000 (45 minute lecture)

116. Conference in honor of Tony Zettl, Northern Illinois University, September 2000 (30 minute lecture)

117. AMS meeting, Birmingham, AL, November 2000, special sessions (two 20 minute talks)

118. Fifth Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, May 2001 (1 hour plenary address)

119. Conference honoring the 60^{th} birthdays of Philippe Benilan, Jerome A. Goldstein, and Rainer Nagel, Blaubeuren, Germany, June 2001.

120. Biomathematics Institute Retreat, Vanderbilt University, September 2001.

121. Conference honoring the retirement of J. Robert Dorroh, LSU, February 2002 (1 hour lecture).

122. Conference on Spectral Theory and Mathematical Physics, UAB, March 2002.

123. Conference on Harmonic Analysis and Differential Equations, Isola di Tremiti (Italy), June 2002 (1 hour lecture).

124. Functional Analysis and Applications (in memory of Ioana Cioranescu), University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, PR, August 2003 (1 hour opening plenary lecture).

125. Differential Equations Weekend, Mississippi State University, February 2004.

126. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, June 2004 (45 minute plenary lecture).

127. Conference in Honor of John Neuberger’s 70^{th} Birthday, University of North Texas, October 2004 (25 minute lecture).

128. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, June 2005 (45 minute opening plenary lecture).

129. TULKA Meeting, Ulm, Germany, July 2005 (1 hour opening plenary lecture).

130. Conference in honor of Donato Fortunato’s 60^{th} birthday, Otranto, Italy, June 2006.

131. AIMS Conference, Poitiers, France (2 25 minute special session talks plus coorganized a separate special session with G. R. Goldstein), June 2006.

132. Conference honoring Ulf Schlotterbeck’s retirement, Tuebingen, Germany (opening plenary 1 hour lecture), July 2006.

133. Differential Equations Weekend (coorganized with H. Chen, G. R. Goldstein and T. Hagen), University of Memphis, April 2006.

134. Annual meeting of the Mexican Mathematical Society, Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico (I wasone of two people invited by the Amnerican Mathematical Society to give an hour address on behalkf of the AMS.), October 2006.

135. AMS / MAA annual meetings, New Orleans (20 minute talk in special session honoring H. H. Kuo), January 2007.

**Other Conferences**

1. Rocky Mountain Math. Consortium (and NSF) Seminar on Scattering Theory, Northern Arizona University, 1969.

2. C.I.M.E. Symposium on Nonlinear Functional Analysis, Varenna, Italy, 1970.

3. International Congress of Mathematicians, Nice, France, 1970.

4. Amer. Math. Soc. Symposium on Partial Differential Equations, University of California, Berkeley, 1971.

5. NSF Conference on Partial Differential Equations, Texas Tech Univ., 1972.

6. NSF Conference on Nonlinear Diffusion, Univ. of Houston, 1976.

7. Conference on Nonlinear Evolution Equations, Univ. of Wisconsin, 1977.

8. Prime 80, MAA and Sloan Foundation Conference on Mathematics Education in the eighties, Alexandria, VA, 1978.

9. NSF Conference on Spectral and Scattering Theory, Salt lake City, 1978.

10. NSF Conference on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1978.

11. NSF regional conference on population processes, Missoula, Montana, June 1979.

12. British Mathematical Colloquium, Oxford, 1981.

13. NSF Conference on Bifurcation and Symmetry Breaking, Gainesville, FL, 1981.

14. Fifteenth Anniversary Conference, Courant Institute, New York, October 1985.

15. M.S.R.I. Symposium on Nonlinear Diffusion, Berkeley (CA), September 1986.

16. Annual AMS-MAA meeting, San Antonio (TX), January 1987.

17. NSF regional conference on Nonlinear Diffusive Waves, Snowbird, Utah, May 1987.

18. National Colloquium on Calculus, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. October 1987.

19. Fourth International Conference on Control Distributed Parameter Systems, Vorau, Austria, July 1988.

20. Annual AMS/MAA Meetings, Phoenix, Arizona, January 1989.

21. La.-Miss Section meeting (MAA), Biloxi, February 1989 (student paper judge).

22. Clifford Lectures, Tulane, February 1990 (Co-organizer).

23. International Congress of mathematicians, Kyoto, Japan, August 1990.

24. Annual AMS-MAA meeting, San Francisco, CA, January 1991.

25. Inaugural Conference of the ARO Applied Mathematics Center at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, September 1991.

26. CBMS Conference on Compensated Compactness, Santa Cruz, CA, June 1993.

27. U.S.-Japan Seminar on Stochastic Processes, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, January 1994.

28. AMS Annual Meeting, San Diego, January 1997.

29. More than thirty other conferences.

1. Washington University, St. Louis, 1967

2. Yale University, 1968

3. Tulane University, 1968

4. University of Maryland, 1968

5. Michigan State University, 1968

6. University of Kentucky, 1969

7. Université de Montréal, 1970

8. Georgetown University, 1970

9. Carnegie-Mellon University, 1971

10. University of Kansas, 1971

11. Kansas State University, 1971

12. L.S.U.N.O., 1971

13. North Carolina State Universtiy, 1971

14. Université de Montréal, 1973

15. Pontifical Catholic University, 1975

16. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, 1975

17. IMPA, 1975

18. Universidade de Brasilia, 1975

19. University of São Paulo, 1975

20. University of Campinas, 1975

21. Louisiana State University, 1975

22. University of Tennessee, 1976

23. Carnegie-Mellon University, 1975

24. West Virginia University, 1976

25. University of Rochester, 1976

26. S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo, 1976

27. George Washington University, 1976

28. University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 1976

29. Northwestern University, 1977

30. Texas A & M University, 1977

31. University of Texas at Austin, 1977

32. Memphis State University, 1978

33. Université de Montréal, 1973

34. University of California at Riverside, 1978

35. Catholic University, 1978

36. Texas A & M University, 1979

37. University of California at Riverside, 1980

38. University of South Florida, 1980

39. S.U.N.Y. at Binghamton, 1980

40. Northern Illinois University, 1980

41. University of Illinois at Urbana, 1980

42. University of New Orleans, 1980

43. University of Missouri, St. Louis, 1980

44. Washington State University, May 1980

45. Montana State University -The Hurst Memorial Lectures, June 1980

46. University of Sussex, October 1980

47. King’s College, University of London (Series of 3 lectures), October 1980

48. University of Dundee, October 1980

49. Oxford University, November 1980

50. R.W.T.H. Aachen (Technical University at Aachen), December 1980

51. Imperial College, University of London, January 1981

52. University of Paris, 1981

53. University of College Cork, February 1981

54. Trinity College, Dublin, February 1981

55. Queen’s University of Belfast, February 1981

56. Westfield College, University of London, March 1981

57. Bedford College, University of London, March 1981

58. University of Padua, April 1981

59. Free University of Trent, April 1981

60. Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (University of Pisa), April 1981

61. Oxford University, May 1981

62. University of Houston, November 1981

63. University of Missouri, St. Louis, January 1982

64. University of Kentucky, April 1982

65. University of Southwestern Louisiana, March 1983

66. Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, June 1983

67. Southern Illinois University, November 1983

68. University of Illinois, November 1983

69. Illinois Institute of Technology, November 1983

70. Wright State University, January 1984

71. University of Southern California, March 1984

72. University of California at Riverside, March 1984

73. University of California at Irvine, March 1984

74. Carnegie-Mellon University, May 1984

75. Oakland University, October 1984

76. Texas Tech University, November 1984

77. University of Zagreb (Yugoslavia), December 1974

78. San Diego State University, January 1985

79. Universität Graz (Austria), May, June 1985

80. Universität Wien (Austria), June 1985

81. Vanderbilt University, October 1985

82. Duke University, November 1985

83. Western Washington University (Series of 6 lectures), May 1986

84. University of New Orleans, September 1986

85. Carnegie-Mellon University, October 1986

86. University of South Florida, February 1987

87. Argonne National Laboratory, May 1987

88. University of Alabama at Birmingham, May 1987

89. Carnegie-Mellon University, June 1987

90. Los Alamos National Laboratory, July 1987

91. University of Rome, September 1987

92. University of Rome II, September 1987

93. University of Bologna, September 1987

94. University of Padova, September 1987

95. University of Southwestern Louisiana, October 1987

96. Georgia Tech, November 1987

97. Universität Tübingen, January 1988

98. Université Franche-Comté, Besançon, January 1988

99. Universität Zürich, January 1988

100. Kansas State University, February 1988

101. Universität Tübingen, July 1988

102. Technical University of Delft, Holland, July 1988

103. Universität Oldenburg, July 1988

104. Universität Graz, July 1988

105. Los Alamos National Laboratory, August 1988

106. University of California at Santa Barbara, December 1988

107. Howard University, April 1989

108. Universitá Bari, May 1989 (3 lectures)

109. Universitá Basilicata, Potenza, May 1989

110. Universitá Roma, May 1989

111. Universitá Bologna, May 1989

112. Universitá Padova, May 1989

113. Universität Tübingen, June 1989 (4 lectures)

114. University of Zagreb, June 1989

115. Universität Graz, July 1989

116. Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, July 1989

117. University of Strathclyde, May 1990

118. Heriot-Watt University, June 1990

119. University of Glasgow, June 1990

120. University of London, June 1990

121. Université de Paris VI, June 1990

122. University of Sheffield, July 1990

123. Hiroshima University, September 1990

124. California, Berkeley, September 1990

125. California, Riverside, October 1990

126. California, Davis, November 1990

127. Tulane, November 1990

128. LSU, November 1990

129. Tulane, January 1991

130. MSRI (Berkeley), February 1991

131. Utah, April 1991

132. MSRI, May 1991

133. Essen (Germany), October 1991

134. University of California, Riverside, June 1992

135. University of Southern California, June 1992

136. Louisiana State University, September 1992

137. Technical University of Delft, December 1992

138. Texas A & M University (“Frontiers of Mathematics Lecturer”, 4 talks), October 1993

139. University of Houston, October 1993

140. Tulane University (joint Physics and Chemistry colloquium), November 1993

141. Università di Bologna, Bologna, Italy, April 1994

142. Università di Bari, Bari, Italy, April 1994

143. University of Nevada at las Vegas, November 1994

144. University of Missouri, January 1995

145. Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, France, February 1995

146. University of Bari (3 lectures), May 1996

147. University of Lecce, May 1996

148. University of Bologna, May 1996

149. University of Arkansas, January 1997

150. I.C.A.M., V.P.I. & S.U., April 1997

151. University of Bologna, May 1997

152. University of Parma, June 1997

153. University of Bari, June 1997

154. University of Bologna, May 1997

155. University of Parma, June 1997

156. University of Bari, June 1997

** **157. Courant Institute, (NYU), November 1997

158. Georgetown University, December 1997

159. University of Bari (2 lectures), June 1998

160. University of Bologna, June 1998

161. University of Lecce, June 1998

162. University of Tübingen, September 1998

163. Georgetown University, February 1999

164. Mississippi State University, February 1999

165. University of Bari, Italy, June 1999

166. University of Bologna, Italy, June 1999

167. University of Memphis, Department of Physics, October 1999

168. Universität Tübingen, March 2000

169. University of Bari, Italy, June 2000

170. University of Bologna, Italy, June 2000

171. University of Ulm, Germany, June 2001

172. Vanderbilt University, November 2001

173. University of Bari, June 2002

174. University of Bologna, June 2002

175. Universitaet Tuebingen, June 2002

176. University of Bari, May & June, 2003

177. University of Bologna, June 2003.

178. SISSA, Trieste, Italy, June 2003.

179. University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras (San Juan), June 2005.

180. University of Bari, Italy, June 2004.

181. Universitaet Tuebingen, Germany, June 2004.

182. Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, Germany, July 2004.

183. Universitaet Ulm, Germany, July 2004.

184. University of Illinois, Chicago, July 2004.

185. University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, June 2005.

186. University of Oslo, Norway (Center for Mathematics and Applications), June 2005.

187. University of Bari, Italy, June 2005.

188. University of Tuebingen, Germany, July 2005.

189. University of Ulm, Germany, June 2005.

190. Universita di Bari, Italy (3 lectures), June 2006.

191. Universite de Paris VI, France, June 2006.

192. Universitaet Ulm, Germany, July 2006.

** Invited Seminar Talks (et al)**

** **1. Princeton University, 1967, 1968

2. Stanford University, 1971

3. LSU, 1978, 1988, 1989, 1990

4. University of Memphis, Mechanical Engineering, 2005

5. Cantor Sect (student math club), University of Memphis, 2006

6. President’s House, Retired Faculty Luncheon, Memphis, 2006

7. Commencement Address, University of Memphis (FedEx Arena), 2006

Lecturer

1. Hurst Lecturer, Montana State University, 1980

2. SIAM Visiting Lecturer, 1981-1985

3. Frontiers in Mathematics Lectures, Texas A & M, 1993

4. Distinguished Lecturer Series, University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1994

5. Three week course on Non-Linear Semigroups (18 90 minute lectures), SMI, Cortona, Italy, 2001

6. Two week short course (9 90 minute lectures) , University of Bari, Italy, 2003

7. Two day short course and workshop (4 hour lectures), University of Puerto Rico, June 2005 (jointly with G. R. Goldstein)

ACTIVITY | AGENCY/SOURCE | AMOUNT | PERIOD |
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Funded | |||

National Science Foundation (Conway-Goldstein-Rosencrans) | $ 17,100 | 1969-1970 | |

N.R.C. Travel Grant | International Congress of Mathematicians, Nice, France | 1970 | |

National Science Foundation (Conway-Goldstein-Rosencrans) | 17, 500 | 1970-1971 | |

National Science Foundation (Conway-Goldstein-Rosencrans) | 19,800 | 1971-1972 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 6,200 | 1973-1974 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 8,400 | 1976-1977 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 9,100 | 1977-1978 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 9,700 | 1978-1979 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 22,370 | 1979-1981 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 31,980 | 1981-1983 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 21,250 | 1983-1984 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 25,000 | 1984-1985 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 33,933 | 1985-1987 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 31,272 | 1987-1988 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 32,578 | 1988-1989 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 39,006 | 1989-1990 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein-Kappel-Schappacher) | 6,990 | 1989 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 39,200 | 1990-1991 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) Supplement | 4,950 | 1990-1991 | |

NSF-AMS Travel Grant | International Congress of Mathematicians, Kyoto, Japan | 1,500 | 1990 |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 40,000 | 1991-1992 | |

Department of Energy (Dorroh-Goldstein) | 5,250 | 1992-1993 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein) | 40,000 | 1992-1994 | |

LEQSF (Goldstein-Goldstein) | 50,000 | 1994-1997 | |

LEQSF (Goldstein-Goldstein) Supplement | 1,400 | 1994-1997 | |

Academic Enrichment Fund (Goldstein-Goldstein-Huang) University of Memphis | 1,420 | 1997-1998 | |

Academic Enrichment Fund (Goldstein-Goldstein-Haddock- Zhang), University of Memphis Academic Enrichment Funds (Chen-Goldstein-Goldstein-Vogt), University of Memphis | 1,500 2,000 | 1998-1999 2002 | |

Academic Enrichment Funds (Chen-Goldstein-Goldstein-Hagen), University of Memphis | 1,500 | 2004-2005 | |

Academic Enrichment Funds (Goldstein-Goldstein), University of Memphis | 1,200 | 2006 - 2007 | |

National Science Foundation (Goldstein-Goldstein-Shivaji) | $14,550 | 2008-2013 |

PROJECT | PARTICIPANTS | PERIOD | SPONSORSHIP |
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See Appendix E |

UNIVERSITY | COMMITTEE/ACTIVITY | PERIOD |
---|---|---|

CUPM (Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics) of MAA (Mathematical Association of America) | 1976-1991 | |

Ad Hoc Committee to Review the Guidelines for the Evaluation of Collegiate Mathematics Programs (MAA) | 1977-1979 | |

CUPM Panel on Mathematics Appreciation Courses [C] | 1977-1982 | |

CUPM-CTUM Panel on Service Courses | 1981-1989 | |

CUPM [C] | 1982-1988 | |

Sloan Foundation MAA Panel on Discrete Mathematics in the First Two Years | 1983-1986 | |

MAA Ad Hoc Committee to Rewrite the Teacher Training Statement [C] | 1984 | |

Nominating Committee, MAA | 1985-1987 | |

Program Committee for the 1986 MAA National Meeting [C] | 1985-1986 | |

Member, Sloan Foundation Conference on Calculus | 1986 | |

Member, Program Committee for the 1987 MAA National Meeting | 1986-1987 | |

CUPM Subcommittee on the First Two Years of Collegiate Mathematics | 1986 | |

Member, MAA Calculus Project Steering Committee | 1986-1987 | |

MAA-NCTM Task Force on Mathematics Curriculum for Grades 11-13 | 1986-1988 | |

SIAM Education Committee | 1986-1988‘ | |

AMS Committee on Academic Freedom, Tenure, and Employment Security | 1986-1990 | |

Member, CUPM Subcommittee on the First Two years of Collegiate Math. (CRAFTY) | 1986-1990 | |

National Research Council Task Force on Calculus | 1987-1989 | |

National Science Foundation Advisory Committee for the Division of Mathematical Sciences | 1987-1990 | |

Member, CUPM Subcommittee on the Major in the Mathematical Sciences | 1987-1991 | |

Member AAC/MAA Task Force on the Mathematics Major | 1988-1990 | |

Chairman of MAA Nominating Committee | 1989-1991 | |

NSF Panels on Calculus Grants | 1989-1991 | |

AMS Nominating Committee | 1992-1995 | |

Chair, AMS Nominating Committee | 1993-1994 | |

NSF Panels on Conferences and CBMS Conferences | 1993, 1994 | |

Member, MAA Coordinating Committee on Human Resources | 1993-1996 | |

MAA Committee on Consultants [C] | 1993-1996 | |

AMS Committee on the Menger Prizes | 1995-1999 | |

AMS judge for the International Science and Engineering Fair, (Louisville, KY). AMS judge for the International Science and Engineering Fair, (Fort Worth, TX) Chair | May 1997 May 1998 | |

NSF Panels | July 1997 Dec 1997 Feb 1999 Jan. 2003 | |

MAA Program Committee for the 2001 National AMS/MAA Meeting | 1999-2001 | |

AMS for Selection of Hour Speakers at Southeastern Meetings | 2003 - 2005 | |

MAA Committee for Selection of Hour Speakers for the Annual Meeting, New Orleans, January 2007 | 2005 - 2007 |

SOCIETY/ORGANIZATION/JOURNAL | COMMITTEE/EDITORIAL BOARD/OFFICE | PERIOD |
---|---|---|

Matematica Aplicada e Computacional | Associate Editor | 1981- |

Semigroup Forum | Associate Editor | 1982-1989 |

Semigroup Forum | Executive Editor | 1990- |

Differential and Integral Equations | Associate Editor | 1988- |

Electronic Journal of Differential Equations | Associate Editor | 1993- |

Communications in Applied Analysis | Associate Editor | 1995- |

Advances in Differential Equations | Associate Editor | 1995- |

Positivity | Associate Editor | 1996- |

Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications | Associate Editor | 1998- |

Computational Analysis and Applications | Associate Editor | 1998- |

International Journal of Differential Equations and Applications | Associate Editor | 1999- |

Journal of Evolution Equations | Associate Editor | 2000- |

Electronic Journal of Mathematical and Physical Sciences Boletim de Societe Paranese de Matematica B | Associate Editor Associate Editor | 2002- 2003- |

Boletim da Sociedade Paranaense de Matematica International Journal of Evolution Equations | Associate Editor Honorary Editor | 2003- 2004- |

Book series: Advances in Differential Equations (Birkhauser) | Editorial Board Member | 2006 |

ORGANIZATION/COMPANY | PERIOD |

Richland College, Dallas, Texas | 1979 |

MAA Consultants Bureau | 1982 |

Los Alamos National Laboratories | 1984 |

ACT, Iowa City, Iowa | 1986 |

AP Examination Grader for ETS | 1987 |

University of Tennessee | 1987 |

University of North Carolina at Charlotte | 1988 |

Metropolitan State University, Denver, Colorado | 1988 |

Miami University of Ohio | 1989 |

University of Nevada at Las Vegas | 1990 |

Utah State University | 1992 |

California State Polytechnic, San Luis Obispo | 1994 |

Ph.D. Dissertations Advised: [Location of first position] |

1972 Charles J. Monlezun, Temporally Inhomogeneous ScatteringTheory [Penn State University]. |

1974 James T. Sandefur, Jr., Higher Order Abstract Chauchy Problems [Georgetown University]. |

1974 Joseph H. Hendrickson, Temporally Inhomogeneous Scattering with Modified Wave Operators [SUNY at Binghamton]. |

1974 Bruno J. Wichnoski, Temporally Inhomogeneous Scattering Theory [University of North Carolina at Charlotte]. |

1975 B. Clay Burch, A Semigroup Treatment of the Nonlinear Hamilton-Jacobin Equation in Several Space Variables (co-advised with E.D. Conway) [Northwestern University]. |

1976 Janet M. Hughes (Diem), Estimation in a Nonstationary Markov Chain (co-advised with C.B. Bell and A. Levine) [Tulane University]. |

1978 Kuong Lin OuYoung, Peruodic Solutions of Conservation Laws [University of Missouri at Rolla]. |

1983 Michael E. Ballotti, Modern Versions of the Theorems of Kneser and Wiener [Western Washington University]. |

1986 Gisèle Ruiz Rieder, Mathematical Contributions to Thomas-Fermi Theory [Louisiana State University]. |

1986 Lige Li, Positive Solutions of Some Predator-Prey Interacting Systems (co-advised with E.D. Conway) [Kansas State University]. |

1987 Chin-Yuan Lin, Degenerate Nonlinear Parabolic Boundary Value Problems [Texas A & M University]. |

1989 Douglas D. Pickett, Scattering Theory for Higher Order Equations [Naval Air Development Center]. |

1990 Mi Ai Park, Model Equations in Fluid Dynamics [Seoul National University]. |

1991 Gabriella Segalla, Linear Integrodifferential Equations in Banach Spaces [University of South Alabama]. |

1991 Denise Kirschner, Epidemiology and Immunology in AIDS (co-advised with J.M. Hyman) [Vanderbilt University]. |

1992 Chien-An Lung, The Nuclear Cusp Condition in Spin PolarizedThomas-Fermi Theory (co-advised with Gisèle R. Goldstein) [Taiwan]. |

1995 Genbao Shi, Mathematical Contributions to Elasticity and Quantum Theory [TCI Corporation]. |

1996 Kunyang Wang, The Generalized Kompaneets Equation [Louisiana State University]. |

1998 Andrei Breazna, Parameter Dependence in Thomas-Fermi Theory (co-advised with G.R. Goldstein) [University of Rochester]. |

1998 Aurora Breazna, Approximations of Generalized Wave Equations by Two-Point Boundary Value Problems (co-advised with G.R. Goldstein) [University of Rochester]. |

2000 Radu Cascaval, Global Well-Posedness for a Class of Dispersive Equations [University of Missouri, Columbia]. |

2000 Yudi Soeharyadi, Regularity Properties for Balance Laws [Southern Illinois University]. |

2003 Ismail Kombe, Linear and Nonlinear Parabolic Partial Differential Equations with Singular Lower Order Terms [University of Missouri, Columbia]. |

2006 Ciprian G. Gal, [Morgan State University]. |

Teddy J. Clarke, in progress (2008) |

Naima Naheed, in progress (2008) |

Gave lecture to high school students belonging to the Mathematics Club Mu Alpha Theta. (The students attended Catholic schools in ten parishes north of Lake Pontchartrain.) Southeastern Louisiana, Hammond, Louisiana, 1969. Gave lectures at Allen Elementary School and Riverdale High School in 1979. McMain Junior High School in 1982, Grace King High School in 1983. Lectured at Ben Franklin High School, 1984 and 1989, and at Dominican High School, 1987. Also was a judge at a School Science Fair, 1969. In 2006 I lectured to the U of M undergraduate Math Club (the Cantor Sect) and at the luncheon for retired faculty and staff. I gave the U of M commencement address in August 2006 at the FedEx Forum. |

While at LSU I was on the Advisory Board of the Challenger Learning Senate (appointed by Richard Baker, U.S. House of Representatives). |

When I was department chair at Memphis, I worked with Darin Clifft, other faculty members, and school teachers on making our department a resource for Shelby County Math teachers. |