My name is Sam Cogar, and I recently received my Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Delaware under the advisement of David Colton and Peter Monk. I will begin a three-year Hill Assistant Professorship at Rutgers University-New Brunswick in Fall 2019 under the mentorship of Michael Vogelius. My CV may be found here: Curriculum Vitae.
I graduated from Marshall University in May 2015 with a B.S. in Mathematics/Applied Mathematics and a minor in Physics, and I received an M.S. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Delaware in May 2017. I defended my dissertation “New Eigenvalue Problems in Inverse Scattering” in March 2019, and I received my Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics in May 2019.
I am interested in inverse problems for partial differential equations, and my primary interest has been the study and application of eigenvalue problems in inverse scattering theory. For more information about my research experiences, see Research.
I am not teaching any courses in Spring 2019. For my previous teaching experiences, see Teaching.
Office: Ewing 214