Dr. Wandi Ding joined the faculty of the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Middle Tennessee State University as Assistant Professor in August 2007. She serves as faculty for Computational Science Ph.D. program at MTSU and Honors Faculty. Dr. Ding received her Ph.D. degree in Applied Mathematics in 2006 from The University of Tennessee - Knoxville (UTK). She received her M.S. degree in Applied Mathematics from Ocean University of China in 2001, and her B.S. degree in Mathematics Education from Normal College of Qingdao University, China in 1998.
Dr. Ding finished her Post Doctoral Research with Drs. Suzanne Lenhart and Louis Gross on optimal control of spatial ecology and natural resource management. See the Grid Computing Project for Ecological Modeling and Spatial Control. She conducts research on mathematical biology, optimal control, mathematical modeling, ordinary and partial differential equations, difference equations and hybrid systems, with applications to population dynamics, disease modeling and natural resource management.
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