Recent Faculty and Department Highlights

Dr. Gaston N'Guerekata has published a new book, Generalized Fractional Programming, with Nova Science Publishers (November, 2017).


Dr. Elisabeth Kemajou-Brown of the Mathematics Department won a $75,000 subaward from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory for her project, "Modeling and Estimation in Urban Transportation Networks" (November, 2017).


Dr. Gabrielle McLemore has published an article, "Microwave Heating of Crystals with Gold Nanoparticles and Synovial Fluid under Synthetic Skin Patches," in ACS Omega (September 2017).


Dr. Yucheng Lan's new book, Advanced Thermoelectrics: Materials, Contacts, Devices, and Systems, has been published by CRC Press (September 2017).


Dr.Hongtao Yu has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the Office of Naval Research for his project, "Recruiting and Mentoring a Materials Science Faculty at Morgan State University" (July, 2017).


Dr. Lisa D. Brown has been awarded a $249,544 grant from the National Science Foundation for her project, "PERSIST - Pathways to Enhance Retention of Students in Science to Transition" (June, 2017).


Three SCMNS faculty have been granted Morgan State University's ASCEND Center for Biomedical Research Awards (April, 2017):

  • Mathumathi Rajavel, Ph.D., "Deciphering Phage Resistance Mechanisms for Intelligent Design of Phage Therapy"
  • Mingchao Cai, Ph.D., "Numerical Simulation of Brain Edema Using Poroelastic Models"
  • Md Rahman, Ph.D., "Developing a Retrieval-based Diagnostic Aid for Automated Melanoma Recognition"

Dr. Mingchao Cai has been awarded a $300,000 grant from the NSF for his project entitled, "Research Initiation Award: Fast Solvers for Variable-Coefficient Poroelastic Models" (April, 2017).


Professor Gaston N'Guerekata's manuscript, Spectral Theory for Bounded Functions and Applications to Evolution Equations, has been accepted for publication by Nova Science Publishers, Inc. (April, 2017)


The Traveler's Companies have awarded a grant of $322,000 in support of the Travelers EDGE program at SCMNS and the Pipeline Access to Actuarial Science program (March, 2017).