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Caroline Haddad

Professor and Chair of Mathematics
South 323
585-245-5475
haddad@geneseo.edu

Caroline Haddad has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1995.

For more information, visit Caroline Haddad's personal webpage.

Office Hours

  • Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesday:  1:00pm-2:00pm
  • By appointment

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Ph.D., Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Instititute

  • M.S., Applied Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Instititute

  • B.S., Mathematical Physics, Binghamton University

Employment

  • I previously taught at Middlebury College on a Two-year Visiting Position. I have been employed at SUNY Geneseo since then.

Affiliations

  • Member of MAA

  • Member of SIAM

  • Honorary Member of Golden Key National Honor Society

  • Member of ILAS

  • Member of Opt-Net

Publications

  • Haddad, C., Cholesky Factorization, Encyclopedia of Optimization, 2nd edition, Kluwer Academic Press, 2008

  • Haddad, C.N., Habetler, G.J. , Projective Algorithms for Solving Complementarity Problems, Int'l. J. Math. & Math. Sci., Vol 29, 2, 99-113, 2002.

  • COURSES TAUGHT AT SUNY GENESEO

    SERVICE COURSES and LOWER LEVEL MAJORS COURSES
    • MATH 113 Finite Mathematics
    • MATH 140 Math for Elementary Education I
    • MATH 141 Math for Elementary Education II
    • MATH 213 Applied Calculus (for Business)
    • MATH 221 Calculus I
    • MATH 222, Calculus II
    • MATH 230 Programming and Problem Solving
    • MATH 233 Elementary Linear Algebra
    • MATH 288 Enriched Linear Algebra
    UPPER LEVEL MAJORS COURSES
    • MATH 326 Differential Equations
    • MATH 332 Linear Programming and Operations Research
    • MATH 333 Linear Algebra
    • MATH 345 Numerical Analysis
    • MATH 371 Complex Analysis
    • MATH 382 Intro to Wavelets and Their Applications
    GRADUATE COURSES for MATH ED
    • MATH 421 Foundations of Calculus
    • MATH 433 Applied Matrix Techniques
    • MATH 475 Applied and Computational Mathematics

Interests

  •  Linear Algebra and Applications
  •  Wavelets
  •  Linear Complementarity
  •  Projections Onto Convex Sets (POCS)
  • Numerical Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis
  • Linear Programming and Operations Research
  • Compressive Sensing
  • Applied Mathematics of all kinds

Classes

  • MATH 326: Differential Equations

    A study of the methods of solving ordinary differential equations, and some of the applications of these equations in the physical sciences and geometry. Prerequisites: MATH 223. Corequisites: MATH 233 or PHYS 228. Offered every semester

  • MATH 371: Intro to Complex Analysis

    A study of complex numbers, complex differentiation and integration, mappings, power series, residues, and harmonic functions, with particular emphasis on those topics which are useful in applied mathematics. Optional topics: conformal mappings and analytic continuation. Prerequisites: MATH 223 and MATH 239 or permission of the instructor. Offered every fall