Tuncay Aktosun
Professor of Mathematics
Office Hours:
By appointment (virtual)
Department of Mathematics
Office:
461 Pickard Hall
University of Texas at Arlington
Phone:
817-272-1545
Arlington, TX 76019-0408
Fax:
817-272-5802
Email:
aktosun@uta.edu
Research Area:
Applied mathematics, Differential equations
Research Interests:
Inverse problems, Scattering, Wave propagation, Integrable nonlinear evolution equations
Applications in physics, materials science, biological sciences, and geophysics
Recent Teaching:
Math 5327: Functional Analysis I
(Fall 2024)
Math 5322: Complex Variables I
(Spring 2024)
Other Information:
AMS "2023 Mathematics Programs That Make a Difference Award" (News from the AMS)
AMS "2023 Mathematics Programs That Make a Difference Award" (The UTA Bridge-to-Math-Doctorate Program)
Postbaccalaureate Bridge Programs Diversify PhD Pathways (Sophia Merow's article in the AMS Notices, November 2021)
2013 AMS Award to our department announcement
(AMS Notices May 2013 issue)
UT Arlington Mathematics Department Wins AMS Exemplary Program Award
(AMS Notices May 2013 issue)
AMS news announcement
Aktosun's Publications
Publication Reviews in MathSciNet
Aktosun's Recent Preprints
GAANN Fellowships in our Department
NSF S-STEM (SURGE) Scholarships in our Department
NSF Bridge-to-Math-Doctorate Program in our Department
GSMath: Gulf States Math Alliance
Second Annual GSMath Conference: February 23-25, 2018
Third Annual GSMath Conference: February 15-17, 2019
Fourth Annual GSMath Conference: February 14-16, 2020
Fifth Annual GSMath Conference: February 19, 2021
Sixth Annual GSMath Conference: February 25, 2022
Seventh Annual GSMath Conference: February 24-26, 2023
Eighth Annual GSMath Conference: February 23-25, 2024
The 2008 NSF-CBMS Conference on Radar Imaging
(May 27-31, 2008)
The 2012 NSF-CBMS Conference on Computed Tomography
(May 29-June 2, 2012)
The 2014 NSF-CBMS Conference on Inverse Scattering and Transmission Eigenvalues
(May 27-May 31, 2014)
Inverse Problems and Applications
(a public lecture for general audience)
Why Math and Why Math at UTA
(ppt)
Tuncay Aktosun
aktosun@uta.edu
Last modified: April 23, 2024