|D. P. Dwiggins, PhD||Department
of Mathematical Sciences
The University of Memphis
|Welcome to My Home Page!|
am an instructor in the Department of Mathematical
Sciences at the University of Memphis. My area is applied mathematics, including pre-calculus and calculus courses, differential equations, applied analysis, and numerical analysis.
Please use the links at left to access websites for this semester's classes.
My research involves functional analysis and methods of analyzing solutions to functional differential equations, including infinite-delay equations. Recent publications include results concerning Volterra integral equations, and current research involves using a bivariate version of the Laplace Transform to study such equations.
|Mathematical Sciences||Fall 2021|
|1730 schedule||2110 schedule|
|The Cantor Sect|
Association of America
Room 368, Dunn Hall
Hours: 10:00-12:00 Tues/Thurs
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Last updated 21 August 2021