I am an associate professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at NJIT. My research applies methods of dynamical systems to (conservative, dispersive) nonlinear wave equations arising, for example, in optics and fluid mechanics. I am interested in dynamical and bifurcation phenomena, and I use techniques from Hamiltonian mechanics and perturbation theory, as well as extensive computations.

Interests
  • Nonlinear Waves
  • Dynamical Systems
  • Computation
Education
  • PhD, Mathematical Sciences, 1999

    New York University

  • BS, Mathematics, 1994

    University of Michigan

Contact

  • goodman@njit.edu
  • 973 642 4261
  • Department of Mathematical Sciences, University Heights, Newark, NJ 07102
  • 624 Cullimore Hall. If coming from Newark Penn Station, go to the Newark Light Rail, buy an Underground Fare from the machine for $0.75, validate it, and board at the far track for a train bound for Branch Brook Park or Grove Street. Get out at Warren Street/NJIT.
  • Tuesday/Thursday 1:25-2:25
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