Faculty Profile

Engineering Faculty

Zsuzsanna Kadas, PhD

Engineering Co-Director, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics
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M.S., Ph.D. Rutgers University
B.S. St. John's University

Areas of Expertise:

Differential equations; nonlinear dynamics; chaos and fractals; reaction-diffusion systems; mathematical models in chemistry, physiology, population dynamics

Courses I Teach:

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Calculus I and II
  • Differential Equations
  • Discrete Mathematics

Research Interests:

Differential equations; nonlinear dynamics; chaos and fractals; reaction-diffusion systems; mathematical models in chemistry, physiology, population dynamics

I am the project director on a $70,000 grant that's used to support undergraduate research at Saint Michael's. The grant is funded by the NASA-National Space Grant and Fellowship Program.

Life Off Campus:

I grew up in New York City enjoying museums, plays, and operas, but happily traded it in for the natural beauty of Vermont. I also enjoy photography, cross-country skiing, hiking and travel.

Zsuzsanna Kadas, professor of mathematics, has had an article accepted for publication in Primus - Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies. The article is titled: "Discrete Population Models: Why They Belong in a Differential Equations Course."
(posted June 2018)

Zsu Kadas, professor of mathematics, gave a presentation entitled “A Short Course in Population Dynamics” at the Spring Meeting of the Northeast Section of the Mathematical Association of America held June 3-4, 2016, at the University of New England in Biddeford, ME. Greta Pangborn, professor of computer science, also attended the meeting along with four Saint Michael’s undergraduates, Anna Cook, Jessica Greene, Brenna Smith, and David Perry, who are engaged in summer research on Graph Theory and Self-Assembly of DNA. Zsu also gave a talk entitled “Population Models and the Logistic Equation: the Importance of Being Discrete” in the Applied Mathematics session at the XXIII Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference held on April 2, 2016 at Saint Michael’s College.
(posted June 2016
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