Joshua Schneider

Assistant Professor
Science, Technology & Math

Joshua P. Schneider joined the Department of Science, Technology, and Math in 2017.

Prior to beginning his career at Gallaudet, Dr. Schneider earned his B.S. from Rochester Institute of Technology, and Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, College Park, each in Applied Mathematics. After earning his Ph.D., he conducted research as a Postdoctoral Scholar for UCLA in the year leading up to his appointment at Gallaudet University.

Fall 2018 Courses: GSR 104, MAT 130, MAT 205

Spring 2018 Courses: GSR 104, MAT 328

Fall 2017 Courses: GSR 104, MAT 205

Previous Courses (at UMD): MATH461, MATH111, STAT100, MATH003

Dr. Schneider's research focuses on mathematical modeling of phenomena across multiple length and time scales: e.g. at the scale of atoms, at macroscopic scales, and everything in between. This work makes use of methods from ordinary and partial differential equations, probability theory, and applied analysis. Dr. Schneider also leverages his background in numerical analysis and scientific computing to devise novel computational schemes, and to simulate the systems he studies using a variety numerical methods.

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