CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Wayne M. Eby

 

OFFICE ADDRESS
Department of Mathematics
Burch Hall, Room B001
2800 West Gore Blvd.
Lawton, OK 73505

email: weby@cameron.edu
Phone: (580) 581-2395
FAX: (580) 581-2426

 

EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Mathematics, May, 2002 – University of Maryland, College Park

M.S., Mathematics, Dec., 1998 – University of Maryland, College Park

B.A., English Literature, May, 1992 – Duke University

 

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT:

Aug., 2008 – present

Cameron University – Assistant Professor

Aug., 2007 – July, 2008

Georgetown University – Visiting Assistant Professor

Sept., 2003 – July, 2007

Temple University – Assistant Professor, Dean’s Appointment

Jan.,2003 – June, 2003

University of Notre Dame – Visiting Assistant Professor

Aug.,2002 – Dec., 2002

Goucher College, Towson University, Howard Cty. Comm. College – Adjunct Faculty

Academic Achievement Programs, Univ. of MD, College Park – Mathematics Instructor

July, 1999 – Aug., 2002

Academic Achievement Programs, Univ. of MD, College Park – Graduate Teaching Assistant

Sept., 1998 – July, 1999

Academic Achievement Programs, Univ. of MD, College Park – Teaching Staff

 

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

 

American Mathematical Society

Mathematical Association of America

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

1. C. Berenstein, D.C. Chang, W. Eby, L. Zalcman, Moment versions of the Morera problem in Cn and Hn, Advances in Applied Mathematics, v.31, (2003), pp. 273-300.

2. D.C. Chang, W. Eby, Moment conditions for Pompeiu problem extended to general radial surfaces, Microlocal Analysis and Complex Fourier Analysis, eds. T. Kawai and K. Fujita, World Scientific Press, 2002, pp. 44-66.

3. W. Eby, The Moment Version of the Pompeiu Problem on the Heisenberg Group, Ph.D. Dissertation, Univ. of MD, College Park, May 2002.

4. C. Berenstein, D.C. Chang, and W.M. Eby, The Moment Problem in Clifford Algebras and the Heisenberg Group, CLIFFORD ALGEBRAS: Applications to Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering, ed. Rafal Ablamowicz, Progress in Mathematical Physics, Birkhauser, Boston, 2003, pp. 3-21.

5. C. Berenstein, D.C. Chang, and W. Eby A Note on Hormander's Strongly Coprime Condition, Complex Variables, v. 49, (2004), pp. 473-485.

6. C. Berenstein, D.C. Chang, and W. Eby, Lp Results for the Pompeiu Problem with Moments on the Heisenberg Group, Journal of Fourier Analysis and Applications, v. 10, (2004), pp. 545-571.

7. W. Eby, Moment Results for the Heisenberg group interpreted using the Weyl calculus, Contemporary Mathematics, v. 400, Recent Progress on Some Problems in Several Complex Variables and Partial Differential Equations, 2006, pp. 95-105.

8. D.C. Chang and W. Eby, Tauberian theorem for the m-spherical transform on the Heisenberg group, Math. Nachr., 280, (2007), pp. 815-837.

9. D.C. Chang and W. Eby, Pompeiu problem for complex ellipsoids on the Heisenberg group, Bull. Inst. Math., Acad. Sinica (New Series), 2, (2007), pp. 731-768.

10. W. Eby, Aspects of the Pompeiu problem in the setting of the Heisenberg group, submitted to conference proceedings.

11.  D.C. Chang and W. Eby, The Pompeiu problem for sets of higher codimension in Euclidean space and the Heisenberg group, Taiwanese Jour. Math.,   , (2008), pp.

12. C. Berenstein and W. Eby, Local Pompeiu theorems for moments, in preparation.

13. D.C. Chang and W. Eby, Pompeiu problem on product spaces of the Heisenberg group, in preparation.

14. W. Eby, Pompeiu problem for the Heisenberg ball, in preparation.

15. C. Berenstein, D.C. Chang, and W. Eby, Deconvolution for the Pompeiu problem on the Heisenberg group, I, in preparation.

16. D.C. Chang and W. Eby, Pompeiu problem for complex disks and spheres in H2, in preparation.

17. C. Berenstein and W. Eby, Pompeiu problem for balls and spheres of higher codimension in Euclidean space, in preparation.

18. C. Berenstein, D.C. Chang, W. Eby, and W.H.Yu, A note on the Radon transform on the Heisenberg group, in preparation.

19. M. Tabatabai, K.P. Singh, and W. Eby, Modeling the wound healing process using hyperbolastic growth models, in preparation.

20. Chang, Eby (and others), A local version of the Pompeiu problem on the Heisenberg group, in preparation.

 

 

PRESENTATIONS:

Research Presentation, Prairie View A&M University, Houston, TX, Apr. 2009

Deconvolution for the Pompeiu problem on the Heisenberg group

Functional Analysis Seminar, Catholic University, Washington DC, Mar. 2009

Deconvolution for the Pompeiu problem on the Heisenberg group

Mathematics Department Seminar; Georgetown University, Washington DC, May 2008

The Pompeiu problem for the Heisenberg group, a local version

Analysis Seminar; Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May, 2008

Microlocal analysis and local versions of the Pompeiu problem

Functional Analysis Seminar; Catholic University, Washington DC, Feb. 2008

Local versions of the Pompeiu problem

Mathematics Department Colloquium; Georgetown University, Washington DC, Nov. 2007

Pompeiu problem and deconvolution in the Heisenberg group setting

Special Student Seminar in Analysis; NCTS, National Tsing Hua University, Hsin Chu, Taiwan, July 2007

The Radon transform and the Pompeiu problem in the Heisenberg group setting

Mathematics Colloquium, Academia Sinica, Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan, June 2007

Recent progress on the Pompeiu problem on the Heisenberg group and new directions

Hiring Talk; Prairie view A&M University, Houston, Texas, June 2007

Recent results in the Pompeiu problem on the Heisenberg group and extension to the non-radial case

Discrete Math Seminar, Temple University; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Nov. 2006

Integral Geometry on Trees (Part I)

International Conference Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, 26; CUNY Graduate Center, New York City, June 2006

Aspects of the Pompeiu problem on the Heisenberg group

International Conference in PDE, Complex Analysis, and Differential Geometry, in honor of M. Salah Baouendi; University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, June 2006

Pompeiu problem on the Heisenberg group and non-radial solids

AMS Sectional Meeting; Florida International University, Miami, Florida, April 2006

Pompeiu problem on the Heisenberg group and non-radial solids

University of New Hampshire; Durham, New Hampshire, Nov. 2005

A Tauberian theorem for the m-spherical transform on the Heisenberg group

III Workshop on Geometric Analysis of Partial Differential Equations and Several Complex Variables; Serra Negra, Brazil, Aug., 2005

Tauberian Theorem for m-spherical transform on the Heisenberg group

Analysis Seminar; Temple University, Dec., 2004, Jan., 2005

The Pompeiu and Morera Problems: from the Heisenberg Group to CR Manifolds (Parts I and II)

Seminar on Analysis and Partial Differential Equations; Wayne State University, Aug., 2004

Morera Problem on the Heisenberg Group: moments, vector fields, and a new Tauberian theorem

Conference on Partial Differential Equations and Several Complex Variables; Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, June, 2004

Moments and the Morera Problem on the Heisenberg Group

CRM – AARMS Workshop on Singular Integrals and Analysis on CR Manifolds; Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, May, 2004

Moments and the Morera Problem on the Heisenberg Group

Complex Analysis and PDE Seminar; Rutgers University, Oct., 2003

Moments and the Morera Problem on the Heisenberg Group

Mathematics Department Colloquium; Georgetown University, Oct., 2003

Moments and the Morera Problem on the Heisenberg Group

Analysis Seminar; Temple University, Sept., 2003

Moments and the Morera Problem on the Heisenberg Group

International Society for Analysis, Applications and Computation; York University, Toronto, Canada, Aug. 2003

Pompeiu Problem with Moments on the Heisenberg Group

Hiring Talk; Hillsdale College; June, 2003

The Pompeiu Problem: An Unique Side of Integral Geometry

Hiring Talk; Gustavus Adolphus College; June, 2003

The Pompeiu Problem: An Unique Side of Integral Geometry

PDE, Complex Analysis, and Differential Geometry Seminar; University of Notre Dame, Feb. 25, Mar. 25, 2003

Moment Conditions in the Pompeiu Problem and the Corresponding Differential Conditions: Methods and Results in Euclidean Space and the Heisenberg Group (Parts I and II)

Joint Meeting of MAA – AMS, Jan. 2003, Baltimore, MD

MAA Session on Rethinking the Courses Below Calculus

Jan., 2003 Successes of a Program in Working with Students Moving from High School to College Level Mathematics

Harmonic Analysis / Wavelets Seminar, University of Maryland, College Park

Nov., 2002 Techniques Applicable to Certain Convolution Equations in Relation to the Pompeiu Problem

Spotlight on Graduate Research, University of Maryland, College Park

Nov., 2001 Laguerre Calculus as Applied to Moment Version of Pompeiu Problem on the Heisenberg group

Nov., 2000 Pompeiu and Morera Problems with Moments on the Heisenberg group

MAA Regional Meeting MD/DC/VA; Graduate Student Presentation

Oct., 2001 Laguerre Calculus on the Heisenberg group as applied to the Pompeiu and Morera Problems with Moments

Student Seminar, Algebraic Geometry, Univ. of MD, College Park

Feb., 2000 Presentation of the paper On Compact, Complex Analytic Varieties, by Chow Wei-Liang.

 

Conferences Attended:

Conference on Water Waves, Howard University, Washington DC, May 2008

International Conference on Geometric Analysis and Differential Geometry; National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, June, 2007

February Fourier Talks (FFT), University of Maryland, College Park, Feb. 2007

AMS – MAA – SIAM Joint Meetings, New Orleans, Louisiana, Jan. 2007

International Conference in Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, 26, CUNY Graduate Center, New York City, June 2006

International Conference in PDE, Complex Analysis, and Differential Geometry in Honor of M. Salah Baouendi, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, June 2006

AMS Sectional Meeting, Florida International University, Miami, Florida, April 2006

III Workshop on Geometric Analysis of Partial Differential Equations and Several Complex Variables, Serra Negra, Brazil, August 2005

International Conference on Several Complex Variables, HeFei, AnHui, China, June 2005

A Conference Celebrating the Mathematics and 75th Birthday of Francois Treves, Piscataway, NJ, April 2005

Conference on Partial Differential Equations and Several Complex Variables, Wuhan, China, June 2004

A Celebration of Carlos Berenstein's Mathematics: Harmonic Analysis, Signal Processing, and Complexity, Fairfax, VA, May 2004

CRM-AARMS Workshop on Singular Integrals and Analysis on CR Manifolds, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, May 2004

AMS Sectional Meeting, Lawrenceville, NJ, April 2004

International Society for Analysis, Applications, and Computation, Toronto, Canada, Aug. 2003

II Workshop on Geometric Analysis of PDE and Several Complex Variables, Serra Negra, Brazil, Aug. 2003

Midwest Several Complex Variables Conference, Notre Dame, IN, Mar. 2003

AMS-MAA Joint meetings, Baltimore, MD, Jan. 2003

February Fourier Talks (FFT), University of MD, College Park, Feb. 2002

MAA Regional Meeting MD/DC/VA, Virginia Polytechnic University, Oct. 2001

Number Theory Conference, Penn State University, Summer 1997

AMS Fall Meeting, University of MD, College Park

 

SERVICE WORK:

Committee and other service work at Cameron University:

Minutes of Departmental meetings, MathEd PQIR Committee, Statistics Hiring Committee, General Education Data

Member and participant of MathCom (undergraduate mathematics and computer science club)

Participant in TORUS conference

Assisted with activities for local middle school students

Departmental advising

 

PEER REVIEW: 

Referee for 2 Journal articles

Reviewer for Math Reviews (since Sept. 2007)

 

GRANT PROPOSAL ACTIVITIES:

NSF, Analysis, Sept. 2004 (PI)

Title: 

Unfunded

 

Temple University Research Bridge Grant, Jan. 2006 (PI)

Title:  Pompeiu Transform on the Heisenberg Group in Relation to Problems of Analysis and Geometry

Unfunded

 

In preparation:

NSF, Analysis, Sept. 2009 or 2010 (PI)

Proposed Title: Pompeiu Transform and Radon Transform in the Heisenberg Group Setting in Relation to Problems in Geometry and Harmonic Analysis.

 

SOJOURNS AT RESEARCH INSTITUTES:

Academia Sinica, Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan, May 2007 (2 weeks), partially supported.

NCTS, National Tsing Hua University, Hsin Chu, Taiwan, June 2007 (1 week), partially supported.

National Sun-Yat Sen University, Kao Hsiung, Taiwan, May 2009 (3 weeks), partially supported.

 

Recognition and Awards:

University of Maryland, May 2002 Undergraduate Studies Employee Recognition Award, from University of Maryland, College Park for work as a Graduate Teaching Assistant with the Academic Achievement Programs

National Merit Scholarship, 1988

 

Other Interests / Activities:

Children, Church, Music (piano, guitar, especially hymns), Sports (running, basketball, weights), Writing (poetry, essays), Reading (history, novels, poetry, drama), Gardening, Outdoor Activities (hiking, camping), Languages, Culture, Travel, Native people, Science and Anatomy/Physiology, Conservation and Environmentalism, Hard Work

 

References:

Dr. Der-Chen Chang Georgetown University  chang@georgetown.edu

Dr. Carlos Berenstein Univ. of Maryland, College Park   Carlos@Glue.umd.edu

Mr. Antonio Acevedo Univ. of Maryland, College Park, Academic Achievement Programs   oa5@umail.umd.edu

Dr. Eric Grinberg, University of New Hampshire  grinberg@unh.edu

Dr. Shiferaw Berhanu, Temple University   berhanu@temple.edu

Dr. Boris Datskovsky, Temple University   bdats@temple.edu

Dr. Omar Hijab, Temple University   hijab@temple.edu

Dr. Mei-Chi Shaw University of Notre Dame   shaw.1@nd.edu

Dr. Alex Himonas University of Notre Dame   himonas.1@nd.edu

Dr. Lawrence Zalcman Bar-Ilan University   zalcman@macs.biu.ac.il

Dr. Ioannis Argyros, Cameron University   ioannisa@cameron.edu

Dr. Mohammad Tabatabai, Cameron University   mohammad@cameron.edu

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

Courses taught at Cameron University:

Math 0213:  Intermediate Algebra

Math 1613:  Plane Trigonometry

Math 2215:  Calculus I

Math 2215:  Calculus II

Stat 3013:  Introductory Probability & Statistics (ITV)

Courses taught at Georgetown University:

Math 035:  Calculus I

Math 036:  Calculus II

Math 137:  Multivariable Calculus

Courses taught at Temple University:

Math 055: College Math

Math 073:  College Algebra

Math 077: Differential and Integral Calculus

Math 085: Calculus I

Math 086: Calculus II

Math 127: Calculus III

Math 133: Probability and Statistics

Math 247: Advanced Calculus I, Fall 2004

Math 248: Advanced Calculus II, Spring 2005

Math 347: Introduction to Functions of a Complex Variable, Fall 2005, Spring 2006

Math 398: Independent Study: Complex Variables II, Spring 2006

 

Courses taught at the University of Notre Dame:

Math 108: Calculus II for Business and Economics, Spring 2003

 

Courses taught as Adjunct in Fall, 2002:

Math 100: Topics in Modern Mathematics, Goucher College

Math 111: Algebra in Application, Towson University

Math 067: Intermediate Algebra, Howard County Community College

Pre-Math 110: (Preparatory) Finite Mathematics, Academic Achievement Programs, University of Maryland, College

 

Courses taught at University of Maryland, College Park, Academic Achievement Programs:

Pre-Math 110: (Preparatory) Finite Mathematics

Pre-Math 113: (Preparatory) College Algebra

Pre-Math 115: (Preparatory) PreCalculus

Note: these represent all of the preparatory mathematics courses taught by the Academic Achievement Programs, excepting Basic Mathematics Course (review of High School Algebra).

Math 110: Finite Mathematics

Math 113: College Algebra

Math 115: PreCalculus

Math 220: Calculus I, Applied

Math 140: Calculus I

Note: these represent all of the complementary discussion courses offered by the Academic Achievement Programs.

 

GMA: General Mathematics Applications--demonstrates aspects of mathematics observable in the world around us, asks students to make connections to their proposed course of studies

 

Individual tutoring in the following courses:

Math 221 (Calculus II, Applied), Math 141 (Calculus II), Math 241 (Calculus III), Math 246 (Differential Equations), Stat 100 (Beginning Statistics), Math 111 (Probability), logic for computer science and electronic circuits, Math 001,003,013 (Developmental)

 

Grading in Advanced Undergraduate Courses for Georgetown University:

Analysis I, Fall 2001

Analysis II, Spring 2002

Complex Variables I, Fall 2002