Education
Ph.D.
Probability and Statistics
University of Connecticut, 1968
Studies performed while a full-time faculty at the University of Rhode Island

M.S.
Applied Mathematics
University of Rhode Island, 1963
Studies performed while a full-time employee of General Dynamics Corporation

B.S.
Engineering Science and Mathematics
University of Rhode Island, 1961

Special Studies
Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Operations Research
Pennsylvania State University — ASW: Underwater Acoustics

Research Interests
Statistical Analysis and Modeling
Time Series Analysis and Forecasting Systems
Reliability Analysis—Ordinary and Bayesian
Ecology-Biostatistics/Biomathematics
Software Reliability
Operations Research/Econometric Modeling
Stochastic Differential Games Stochastic Differential and Integral Systems
Cyber Security
Legal Statistical Analysis and Modeling
Mathematical and Statistical Modeling of GLOBAL WARMING
Statistical Analysis and Modeling of CANCER DATA
Probabilistic Modeling
Quality Control Analysis

Academic Experience
University of South Florida -
Department of Mathematics. Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, 1972 to present. Named Distinguished Scholar in 1975. Activities include developing and teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in Applied Statistics, Theoretical Statistics and Probability Theory, directing dissertations and theses of graduate students and research. Member of the Graduate Faculty. Scientific Affiliate of the Center for Behavioral Medicine and Community Psychology.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University -
Associate Professor of Statistics, Department of Statistics and Statistical Laboratory, Blacksburg, Virginia, 1969-1972. Activities included developing and teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in Applied and Mathematical Statistics, Probability Theory, Stochastic Processes, Bio-assay and Time Series, directing dissertations and theses of graduate students and research.

University of Rhode Island -
Department of Mathematics, Kingston, Rhode Island. Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, 1963-1969. Activities included teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in Applied and Theoretical Statistics and Probability Theory, academic advising for mathematics majors, directing graduate students and research.

Industrial Experience
General Dynamics Corporation -
Electric Boat Division, Groton, Connecticut, 1961 to 1963. Project Engineer, responsible for all phases of assigned projects in mathematical and statistical modeling, including not only the technical aspects, but also maintaining progress of work on schedule and within budgeted costs.
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