Mathematical Sciences Profile
Dr. Rajeev Rajaram
Ph.D. in applied mathematics from Iowa State University in 2005
M.S. in applied mathematics from Iowa State University in 2003
M.S. in electrical engineering from Iowa State University in 2001
B. E. (Hons.) in instrumentation engineering from B.I.T.S., Pilani, India in 1998
With the Ashtabula Campus since 2008
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Articles under press/review
Rajaram, R. and Castellani, B. The Utility of Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics, Specifically Transport Theory, for Modeling Cohort Data. Complexity (submitted December 2013)
Rajaram, R. and Vaidya, U. Lyapunov density for coupled systems. Applicable Analysis (submitted April 2013).
Articles in Print
Castellani, B., Rajaram, R., Buckwalter, JG., Ball, M., and Hafferty, F. “Place and Health as Complex Systems: A Case Study and Empirical Test.” Proceedings of the Complexity in Health Group, Kent State University at Ashtabula, 1(1):1-35, 2012.
Rajaram, R., & Najafi, M. Analytical treatment and convergence of the Adomian Decomposition Method for a system of coupled damped wave equations. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 212, pp. 72-81, 2009.
Rajaram, R. Exact boundary controllability results for a Rao-Nakra sandwich beam.Systems and Control Letters, 56(7-8), pp. 558-567, 2007.
Rajaram, R. & S.W. Hansen Null controllability of a damped Mead-Markus sandwich beam. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems (Supplemental Volume), pp: 746-755, 2005.
Hansen, S.W., & Rajaram, R. Riesz basis property and related results for a Rao-Nakra Sandwich Beam. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems (Supplemental Volume), pp.365-375, 2005.
- Control theory of partial differential equations
- Complexity Science