Thomas I. Seidman


Professor
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Maryland Baltimore County
Baltimore, MD 21250


telephone: (410)-455-2438
e-mail: seidman@math.umbc.edu



10355 Buglenote Way
Columbia, MD 21044 USA
telephone: (410)-997-1599


Degrees:

AB 1952
University of Chicago
MA 1953
Columbia University Teachers College
MS 1954 (advisor: P.D. Lax)
New York University
PhD 1959 (advisor: K.O. Friedrichs)
New York University

Personal data:


born: 1935 in New York, NY [US citizen]
married: 1969 to Marjorie J. Shriro [one child: Gregory, born 1975]

Academic employment:

1960-61
U.C.L.A. (lecturer)
1964-67
Wayne State Univ. (Assoc. Prof.)
1967-72
Carnegie-Mellon Univ. (Assoc. Prof.)
1972-
UMBC (Assoc. Prof. / Prof.)
1992
UMBC (Acting Chairman, Dept. of Math. and Stat.)
1980-81
Univ. de Nice (Visiting Prof.)
short term appointments
U. C. Berkeley; Australian Natl. Univ. (CMA); Univ. of Jyväskylä; Univ. de Bordeaux, I; Univ. de Paris-Sud (Orsay), Univ. Sao Paulo.

Nonacademic employment:

1953-55
A.E.C. Computing Facility, NYU (programmer)
1955-58
Inst. Math. Sci., NYU (research assistant)
1958-60
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory (Livermore)
1961-62
Math. Research Ctr. (U. Wisc.)
1962-64
Boeing (BSRL)
short term
Lincoln Lab. (M.I.T.); Westinghouse R. &D. Center; INRIA.

Refereeing:


NSF, AFOSR;
SIAM J. Control/Optim., SIAM J. Appl. Math., SIAM J. Matrix Anal./Appl., J. Diff. Equations, Comm. PDE, IEEE Trans. AC, Proc. AMS, Math. Control Systems Sci., Inverse Problems, J. Math. Anal. Appl., Nonlin. Anal. - TMA, Systems Control Ltrs., Ann. Appl. Prob., Q. Appl. Math. etc.

Editorial:


Assoc. Editor: SIAM J. Control and Optimization (1994--1996)
Editor: Hysteresis E-Letter (1993--1996).
Editorial Board: International J. Hybrid Systems (2001--2006)
Editorial Board: Nonlinear Analysis: Series A Theory and Methods (2002--2006)
Editorial Board: International J. Evolution Equations (2004--)

Publications


Invited speaker:

at numerous universities as well as national and international conferences - in control theory, semiconductor modeling, inverse problems, partial differential equations, optimization and nonlinear analysis, dynamics of hybrid systems, etc.


seidman@math.umbc.edu