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Saroj Aryal

Dr. Saroj Aryal

Assistant Professor

School:

School of Arts & Sciences

Department:

Mathematics, Computer Science, & Physics

Office Location:

Jeffries Hall 139

Office Hours:

Educational Background

Ph.D. in Mathematics (2013) University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY M.S. in Mathematics (2011) University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY B.S. in Mathematics (2009) Trinity College, Hartford, CT

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor of Mathematics (2020 – present) Assistant – Associate Professor of Mathematics (2013 – 2019) Courses Taught:
  • Mathematical Analysis, Probability & Statistics, Modern Geometry, Mathematical Computing with Mathematica, Methods of Proofs, Differential Equations, Discrete Mathematics, Multivariate Calculus, Calculus II, Calculus I, Finite Mathematics, College Trigonometry, College Algebra, Contemporary Mathematics, Intermediate Statistical Concepts, Intro to Statistics, Intro to Statistical Concepts

Research / Creativity Interest Area

Dr. Aryal’s primary research interest is sparse moment problem, which deals with missing moment data. It has very deep and broad applications since data obtained from physical experiments and phenomena are often corrupt or incomplete. He also enjoy dabbling in areas of elementary number theory, applied analysis, control systems, finance mathematics and mathematics education. He is enthusiastic about getting undergraduate students involved in his research projects.

Publications:
Research projects with students:

Additional Information

Outside mathematics, Dr. Aryal enjoys hiking, swimming, and travelling around the world visiting different cultures. He grew up in Nepal before coming to U.S. for college.

Curriculum Vitae (click here)

Vita

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