Sarita Nemani, Ph.D.
MTR 2-3:30, W 1:30-2:00 and by appointment
Mathematics and Computer Science Dept.
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- Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, University of New BrunswickMaster of Philosophy in Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology
- Master of Science in Mathematics, University of Bombay
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Wilson College
- “A Fast Algorithm for Solving Toeplitz Penta-Diagonal Systems” Applied Mathematics and Computation vol 215(11), p 3830–3838 (2010).
- “Solving Symmetric Pentadiagonal Toeplitz Systems” presented on Scholarship day, Georgian Court University (2009)with S. Foresta.
- Undergraduate: Modern Mathematical Concepts II, College Algebra, Pre-calculus, Calculus I, Calculus III, Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, Introduction to Analysis, Differential Equations, Abstract Algebra I and Computer Programming I.
- Graduate: Complex Analysis I, Complex Analysis II, Real Analysis, Computers in the Classroom, Point-set topology and Numerical Methods for Linear Systems.
- Perturbation methods for linear system.
- Developing efficient algorithms for parallel processing.
- Spectral approximation theory for variational problems.
Service to the University:
- Member of Instructional Technology Committee at Georgian Court University (2008-present).
- Member of Program Review Committee at Georgian Court University (2009-present).
- Member of Balloting Subcommittee at Georgian Court University (2009-present).
Why I love GCU:
- Individual student contact with faculty.
- Family atmosphere.