Caroline HaddadProfessor and Chair of Mathematics
Caroline Haddad has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1995.
For more information, visit Caroline Haddad's personal webpage.
- Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesday: 1:00pm-2:00pm
- By appointment
Ph.D., Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Instititute
M.S., Applied Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Instititute
B.S., Mathematical Physics, Binghamton University
I previously taught at Middlebury College on a Two-year Visiting Position. I have been employed at SUNY Geneseo since then.
Member of MAA
Member of SIAM
Honorary Member of Golden Key National Honor Society
Member of ILAS
Member of Opt-Net
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
- Linear Algebra and Applications
- 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
MATH 233: Linear Algebra I
Study of matrices, matrix operations, and systems of linear equations, with an introduction to vector spaces and linear transformations. Elementary applications of linear algebra are included.
MATH 345: Numerical Analysis I
This course provides an introduction to numerical methods and the analysis of these methods. Topics include floating point arithmetic, error analysis, solution of non-linear equations, interpolation and approximation, numerical differentiation and integration, and the solution of linear systems.