Richard Buckalew, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
I am an applied mathematician at the University of Minnesota Duluth, focusing primarily on applications to biology. My research interests include ionic homeostasis in cells, interacting cell networks and cell cycle coordination, and Dynamical Systems generally.
I received my PhD in Applied Mathematics at Ohio University under the supervision of Todd Young, and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute at the Ohio State University.
I am also the UMD Chess Club faculty advisor.
Contact: email, (218) 726 - 8285
Office: Solon Campus Center (SCC) 108