Associate Professor

Gordon Melrose

2301 Engr & Comp Sci Bldg
Norfolk, 23529

Ph.D. in Computational and Applied Mathematics, Old Dominion University, (1984)

M.S. in Applied Mathematics, Old Dominion University, (1981)

B.Sc. in Mathematics, University of Glasgow, (1979)

Research Interests

My primary area of research is integral equations with a Cauchy type singularity. Their application has resulted in research in fracture mechanics, waveguides, and thermoelastics. In addition to ongoing research in these areas, I am also doing research with hypersingular integral equations, as well as investigating functionally graded materials and piezoelectric ceramics.

Presentations

Melrose, G. (February , 2006). Mean numbers - How to work with them, and make them work for you Virginia Beach, Virginia.