Wilson, Judith
Mathematics and Physics Joint Seminar
JOINT MATHEMATICS & PHYSICS COLLOQUIUM
NonRelativistic Fermionic Quantum Mechanics (Cracking Schrödinger Nutshell)
Young Lee
Department of Physics, Texas Southern University
Young.Lee@tsu.edu
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 2:30 pm – 3:30 pmTexas Southern University Science Building, Room 146
Abstract
The nonrelativistic Schrodinger equation was formulated nearly 90 years ago and has been successfully applied to various quantum mechanical systems across multiple scientific fields producing the main developments to quantum theory. The primary importance of Schrodinger’s equation arises in the implementation of the analogue of Newton’s law and continuation of classical mechanics. In the development of relativistic quantum physics, Dirac expanded the theory combining Einstein’s special relativity, quantum mechanics and the so called fermion particle of half integer spin. This was the first theory to consistently account for special relativity within the context of quantum mechanics. In this paper, we formulate a novel mathematical approach to solve Schrodinger’s equation within the context of particle and wave theory. In our examination, we present a similar, yet unique model of fermion structure, which is consistent with the present day Dirac description. We will introduce and discuss the 1 dimensional structure of a Harmonic oscillator and free particle fermionic state. Additionally, the 3+1 dimensional structure of the fermionic state will be briefly outlined. Finally, we will compare our model with Dirac’s theory for further study. This model is not Lorentz invariant; however, the connection of classical and nonrelativistic quantum theory will be explained. We will also talk about the Hydrogen atom within the framework of bound state, fermionic quantum physics.
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Conference: Invitation to Mathematics
The department of Mathematics at the Texas Southern University will hold a conference on 9/22/20189/23/2018 with a tentative title ‘Invitation to Mathematics’
Goals of the conference are:
 introduce undergraduates to the research world in mathematics;
 encourage students from underrepresented minority group to pursue Ph.D program in
Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences;
 show possible career paths with a math degree; and
 provide an opportunity for undergraduates and graduates from underrepresented minority group to interact with peers from other institutions.
 Texas Southern University
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Jegdic, Ilija
Mathematics Department Seminar: Careers in Biostatistics by Dr. Lem Moye
Mathematics Department Seminar: Careers in Biostatistics by Dr, Lem Moye, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. 34 pm Nov. 2, SB 153. Click here to view pdf more.
Mathematics Department Colloquium
Mathematics Department Colloquium: Inverse Problems and Applications. Dr Tuncay Aksotum, University of Texas at Arlington.
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Williams, Jahmario
Education and Training
 Mississippi State University – PhD in Mathematical Sciences (August 2013) Concentration: Partial Differential Equations, pLaplacian Equations Dissertation Advisor: Dr. Hai Dang
 Mississippi State University – Master of Science in Mathematics, 2008 Graduated Summa Cum Laude Thesis Title: An antimaximum principle for the Sturm Liouville boundary value problem Thesis Advisor: Dr. Hai Dang
 University of Mississippi – Bachelor Degree in Mathematics, 2006
Biography
Dr. Williams was born in Greenwood, MS.
Honors and Awards
Research Interests
Partial Differential Equations, Applied Mathematics, & Difference Equations
Recent Publications (2 out of a total of 4)
 “On the Solutions of a System of Nonlinear Difference Equations”, Int. J. Difference Equ. 10(2), 161 (2015).
 “Positive radial solutions for a class of singular pLaplacian system in a ball”, J. Math. 12(3), 791 (2015).
 “Positive radial solutions for a class of quasilinear boundary value problems in a ball” with D. Dang, Nonlinear Analysis, 75(4), 1744 (2012).
Presentations

“Positive Radial Solutions for a class of Quasilinear Boundary Value Problems in a ball”, at the University of Houston April 17, 2015

“Positive Radial Solutions for a class of Quasilinear Boundary Value Problems in a ball”, at the Praire View A&M University April 24, 2015.
 “Positive radial solutions for a class of quasilinear boundary value problems in a ball”, at the 35th Annual Texas Partial Differential Equations Conference held March 34, 2012.
 “An antimaximum principle for the Sturm Liouville boundary value problem”, at the 2009 Differential Equation Weekend in Memphis, November 9, 2011. Invited to a workshop on “Computational Wave Propagation” at Michigan State University held June 725, 2010.
 “Euler’s formula”, at the University of Mississippi Pi Mu Epsilon (National Math Honors Society) held April 2006.
Wu, Tong
Education and Training
 Ph. D Mathematics Study, University of Houston, Texas (finished 34 Hours)
 M. S. in Mathematics, Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas, 1992
 M. S. in Computer Science, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, 1987
 B. S. in Computer Science, Harbin Science & Technology University, China, 1984
Biography
University Activities
Teaching College Algebra, Business Calculus with Applications,
Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers,
Calculus, Number Theory
Teaching to use Calculators: T183 , TI92
Teaching to use Mathematical Softwares: Maple, Derive, MS Excel
Prepare Secondary Mathematics PreExcel Exams
A member of Department Core Curriculum committee
Memberships in Professional Organizations:
Mathematical Association of America
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Research Interests
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Research/Scholarly Activities
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Recent Publications (out of a total of xxx)
Parametric Equations Describe Curves, April 20001, Vision – Potential
Watering Horses, January, 1997, Vision – Potential
Funding
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Wang, Yunjiao
Education and Training
 Ph.D., Mathematics, August 2006 University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA
 M.S., Mathematics, June 2000 Zhejiang Normal University, China
 B.S., Mathematics, June 1997 Zhejiang Normal University, China
Research Interests
My research is in the area of nonlinear dynamical systems with focuses on theory on dynamics of networks of differential equations and its applications. Currently, I work on

 Theory of coupled cell systems
 Dynamics of network motifs
 Dynamics of generalized rivalry network
 Data Science
External Grants
 NSF(CNS1831980) – Excellence in Research: Collaborative Research: Strengthen the Foundation of Big Data Analytics via Interdisciplinary Research among HBCUs ($466,515) 10/1/2018 – 9/30/2021, PI at TSU Yunjiao Wang; coPI at TSU: Daniel Vrinceanu, Leading Institution: Prairie View A&M , PI: Lei Huang
 NSF – Conference: Invitation to Mathematics ($ 17,312). 8/1/2018 – 7/31/2019, (PI: Saydam, coPI: Wang).

NSF – Research Initiation Award: Studying the Dynamics of Network Systems by Using
Ordinary Differential Equations and Boolean Frameworks ($283,194). 5/1/2018 – 4/30/2021, PI
 DHS – Preparing Technically Savvy Homeland Security Professionals for maritime transportation security ($800,000). 9/1/2014 – 8/30/2019 (PI: Yi Qi, CoPIs: Miao Pan, Yunjiao Wang)
Internal Grant
Seeds Grant at Texas Southern University ($8,000), 2015.
Recent Publications
L. Huang, D. Vrinceanu, Y. Wang, N. Kulathunga and N. Ranasinghe. Discovering Nonlinear Dynamics Through Scientific Machine Learning, IntelliSys 2021 proceedings.
N. Kulathunga, N. Ranasinghe, K. Kingsman, D. Vrinceanu, L. Huang, and Y. Wang. Effects of Nonlinearity and Network Architecture on the Performance of Supervised Neural Networks, Algorithms 2021, 14, 51. https://doi.org/10.3390/a14020051.
Y. Wang, Z. Kilpatrick and K. Josic. A hierarchical model of perceptual multistability involving interocular grouping. Journal of computational Neuroscience. 2020. (DOI: 10.1007/s10827020007438)
M. Golubitsky, Y. Zhao, Y. Wang and Z. Lu. The Symmetry of Generalized Rivalry Network Models Determines Patterns of Interocular Grouping in FourLocation Binocular Rivalry, J. Neurophysiology. Sept. 18, 2019 (doi:10.1151/jn.00438.2019).
A. BenTal, Y. Wang, and M. C. Leite. The logic behind neural control of breathing pattern. Scientific Reports 9: 9078, 2019. (doi.org/10.1038/s41598019450117)
Y. Wang, K. Chilakamarri, D. Kazakos and M. C. Leite. Relations between dynamics of network systems and their subnetwork systems.AIMS Mathematics, 2(3): 437450, 2017
Y. Wang, B. Omidiran, F. Kigwe and K. Chilakamarri. Relations between the conditions of admitting cycles in Boolean and ODE network systems, Involve, Vol.10, No.5, (2017),813. DOI 10.2140/involve.2017.10.813 (B. Omidiran and F. Kigwe were two undergraduates).
A. JacotGuillarmod, Y. Wang, C. Pedroza, H. Ogmen, Z. Kilpatrick, K. Josic. Extending Levelt’s Propositions to perceptual multistability involving interocular grouping. Vision Research. Volume 133, April 2017, Pages 3746.
C. Diekman, M. Golubitsky and Y. Wang. Derived Patterns in Binocular Rivalry Networks. J. Math. Neuro. (2013)
C. Diekman, M. Golubitsky, T. McMillen and Y. Wang. Reduction and dynamics of a generalized network with two learned patterns. SIAM J. Appl. Dynam. Sys.11 (4) (2012) 12701309.
M. Golubitsky, D. Romano, and Y. Wang. Network Periodic Solution: Rigid phase shift. Nonlinearity. 25 (2012) 10451074.
Y. Wang, P.Paszek, C. A. Horton, H. Yue, M. R.White, D.B. Kell, M. R. Muldoon and D.S. Broomhead. A systematic study of the response of a NFkappaB signalling pathway to TNFalpha stimulation. 297 (2012) 137147. Journal of Theoretical Biology
Y. Wang, P. Paszek, C. A. Horton, D. B. Kell and M. R. White, D. S. Broomhead and M. R. Muldoon. Interactions among oscillatory pathways in NFkappaB signalling. 5(23), 2011.BMC Systems Biology
Travera, Papa
Research Interests
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Taylor, Willie
Education and Training
 BS IN MATHEMATICS, PRAIRIE VIEW A&M UNIVERSITY,1966
 MS IN MATHEMATICS, PRAIRIE VIEW A&M UNIVERSITY,1967
 PHD IN MATHEMATICS, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON,1974
Biography
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Research Interests
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Research/Scholarly Activities
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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS* (Total number of Publications = 41)
Structure of the Solution Space of Certain Linear Equations, JDE 59(1985), 229 242 (with G.J. Etgen and G.D. Jones)
On the Factorization of Ordinary Linear Differential Operations, TAMS 297(1986), 717 728 (with G.J. Etgen and G.D. Jones)
Asymptotic Behavior of Solutions of a Third Order Difference Equation Portgualiae Mathematica 44(1987), 113 117 (with B. Smith)
Fourth Order Difference Equations: Oscillation and Nonoscillation, Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics 23(1993), 781 795
Oscillation Properties of Nonlinear Difference Equation, Portugaliae Mathematica 52(1995), 15 24 (with M. Sun)
Funding
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Saydam, Azime
Education and Training
 Ph.D. Mathematics, December 1998, University of NebraskaLincoln, Lincoln NE.
 M.S. Mathematics, December 1991, University of NebraskaLincoln, Lincoln NE.
 B.S. Mathematics, June 1985, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey.
Biography
Azime Serpil Saydam, TSU Associate Professor and Department Chair of Mathematics, began working at TSU in January 2011. She earned a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Her research areas are commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, commutative rings, and computational algebra. She had been Assistant Professor, tenured Associate Professor, Assistant Department Head, and Department Head of Mathematics and Physics at University of Louisiana at Monroe for 11 years.
Research Interests
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Recent Publications (out of a total of 14)
 The spectra of birational extensions of two dimensional power series rings with C. EubanksTurner and M. Luckas, Communications in Algebra, submitted, January 2011.
 Assessing the Performance of College Algebra Using Modularity and Technology: A Two Year Case Study of NCATs Supplemental Model with A. Dale Magoun, David Hare, Charlotte H. Owens, Elizabeth T. Smith, SITE 2010 Conference Proceedings, March 29, 2010.
 [LINK] [http://www.editlib.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Reader.ViewAbstract&paper_id=28475] Reversing the pattern of low performance in college algebra using the National Center for Academic Transformations’ Roadmap to Redesign approach with A. Dale Magoun, Charlotte H. Owens, Elizabeth T. Smith, EDMEDIA 2008 Conference Proceedings,Vienna,Austria June 30, 2008.
 iCAM&T – Integrating college algebra with modularity and technology with A.Dale Magoun, Stephen P. Richters, Charlotte H. Owens, Elizabeth T. Smith, SITE 2008 Conference Proceedings, March 5, 2008.
 On the ascent of completely integrally closed property to simple overrings with A.J. Hetzel, Communications in Algebra 34 no 11(2006), pp. 41574165.
Floyd, Quantas
Education and Training
 August 1996 August 2000 Texas Southern University, Houston Texas Bachelor of Science, Mathematics Cum Laude
 August 2008 May 2015 Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas Masters of Education
Research Interests
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Obot, Victor
Education and Training
 *Ph. D. Geophysics 1987 University of Tulsa, Tulsa Oklahoma
 *M. Sc. Physics 1978 Wright State University, Dayton Ohio
 *B. Sc. Physics 1975 Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, Virginia
Biography
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Research Interests
Field 1, Field 2, Field 3
Recent Publications ## (5 out of 31)
B. Wilson, V. Obot, and W. E. Taylor, (2009), “A Model for Improving Graduation and Retention Rates for STEM Students at an HBCU” in Models for Success, 3rd Edition (Published by TMCF 2009)
R.Weinstein, R.P Sawh, J. Liu, D. Parks, V. Obot and H. Weber, “Threshold for creation of ionazation pinning centers in YBCO by heavy ions,” Physica C:357360 (2001) 743746
R. Sawh, R.Weinstein, Y. Ren, V. Obot, and H. Weber “Uranium fission fragment pinning and centers in melt textured YBCO,””Physica C: 341348(2000) 24412442
V. Obot, R. Weinstein, Y. Ren, J. Liu, R. Sawh and G. Johnson,”Development and Fabrication of High T Trapped Fields Magnents” Jour. National Tech. Assoc., 69(3) 17, (1995)
Y. Ren, J. Liu, R. Weinstein, V. Obot, and C. Foster, “Quasi permantent superconducting magnet of very high feild”, J. Appl. Phys. 73(10),6533,(1993)
Funding
GRANTS
“Radiation Interuniversity Science and Engineering Program” $75,000. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). (6/1/2007 – 5/31/2008)
“Science and Technology Enhancment Program (STEP)’. $2,500,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) (9/1/2006 – 8/31/2011) CoPI with Bobby Wilson as PI.
“Radiation Interuniversity Science and Engineering Program” $37,500. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). (6/1/2006 – 5/31/2007)
“Magnetic separation of erythocytes from human blood.” $23,809. TSU seed grant(2002).
“R and D on Accelerators” $19,000. TNRLC (1992)
Kazakos, Demetrios
Education and Training
 Diploma in Electrical, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering from National Polytechnic University of Athens, Greece ,1967
 Master of Arts in Electrical Engineering, Princeton University ,1970
 Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California , 1973
Biography
Demetrios Kazakos was born in Greece. He is a United States Citizen. He graduated from the National Technology University of Athens, with a degree in Electrical, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. He received a MasterA~[Cent]s Degree from the Electrical Engineering Department, Princeton University. During his study at Princeton University he was an Alcoa Fellow. He subsequently completed his Ph.D. studies at the University of Southern California, where he specialized in Statistical Communication Theory. For a two year period, was a Postdoctoral Research Associate of the National Research Council at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas. At that time NASA was involved in the development of the Earth Resources Technology Satellite, and he was employed in the creation of novel statistical data processing algorithms for multispectral image data obtained by the satellite. He developed real time estimation procedures that performed well without any loss in performance, completely alleviating the problem of storage of huge amounts of data. His statistical processing algorithms were selected for the final implementation of the Large Area Crop Inventory Experiment (LACIE).
Following his postdoctoral appointment, he accepted the position of Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at the State University of New York at Buffalo. His research on Statistical Data Processing for Remote Sensing continued, and he received funding from the National Science Foundation. At the same time, he developed many contacts at Rome Laboratory, a major research and development center of the U.S. Air Force, and he obtained funded contracts on studies of signal processing for radar systems. Later he moved to the position of Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Virginia. He continued a high level of research activity through publications and funded contracts and grants. His funding sources have been: National Science Foundation Office of Naval Research Rome Laboratory Air Force Office of Scientific Research Army Laboratory Private Industry. In 1985 he was promoted to Professor of Electrical Engineering, with a joint tenured appointment to the Department of Mathematics ,at the University of Virginia.
In the early 80A~[Cent]s the European Community started various funded research projects to consortia of companies and universities of member countries. In addition to his research activities in the United States, he became active in European research activities. He started an affiliation with HITEC, INC., a Greek high technology firm involved in computerrelated research and development projects. Typical projects have been:
Computer Integrated Manufacturing; development of simulation tools and of imaging techniques; Robotics and stereo vision; Biomedical image processing projects, e.g., automated recognition and counting of blood cells. Development of specialized software for various information technology applications in automation. From 1983 to 1993 he was an Associate Director for Research and Development of HITEC, devoting about 4 months per year to this position. In 1985, together with another colleague, he started the U.S. branch of HITEC, INC,of which he became President in 1993, a position he maintained until 2001. This branch has been active in research projects funded by defense contracts, some of them having a CLASSIFIED designation. He received Secret security clearance.
He has been very active in various IEEE professional groups, in organizing conference sessions, in participating in technical committees, and presenting papers in conferences. In 1992 he was elected IEEE Fellow for his research achievements in the areas of multiuser communication systems and statistical communication theory. Also, in 1992, he was named the Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Communication Society. In 1995, he was the Technical Program Chair of the GLOBECOM 95 Communication Theory Conference. In 19992000, he was the Technical Program Chair for the IEEE Wireless Communication and Networking Conference of 2000 (WCNC 2000). This is the major wireless conference, with 850 attendees and most wireless communications companies in attendance.
November 2007: After one years efforts, Demetrios Kazakos managed to secure major funding from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Under his leadership and initiatives, Texas Southern University was designated as a coleader of a National Center of Excellence Consortium in Transportation Security, funded at $72 Million, over four years, by the U.S.Department of Homeland Security, starting in the Spring of 2008. The total amount brought to TSU, funded by the U.S.Dept. of Homeland Security, due to the individual efforts of Dr.Kazakos for 20082012 is:$72/7=$10.28Million(7member consortium). Unfortunately, the U.S.Department of Homeland Security reduced the amount to TSU to only $200,000.
September 10, 2008: After Demetrios Kazakos, as Dean, changed the leadership of NASAs University Research Center, the new team was successful in the competitive renewal. Among 55 proposals, TSUs proposal was the second best among the 7 successful ones. The Center is funded for 5 years at id=”mce_marker” M/year. Demetrios Kazakos is CoPI. The name is: Center for BioNanotechnology and Environmental Research.
See also items 2429 in the Grants and Contracts segment. The total funding brought to Texas Southern University by the individual efforts of Dr. D.Kazakos and from all external sources for 20062012 is: $10.71 Million. Included in the total is the recent $5 million CREST Center on Complex Networks, fully credited to Dr.Kazakoss actions.
Recent Accomplishments
 On May 4, 2021 I was awarded by Texas Southern University the highest existing recognition award for achievement, for my multiple significant contributions during my 15 years of service to Texas Southern University. It is the Presidential Achievement Medal. It was presented to me during the August 18, 2021 Opening Faculty Meeting of Texas Southern University. I am deeply honored.
 I continue to be for 20212022 in the status of Life Fellow Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers , (IEEE), which is the highest recognition for my seminal research accomplishments throughout my career as an Electrical Engineer, in the area of Multiuser Communications and Statistical Signal Processing and Detection Theory. This award is bestowed on the top 0.5%. of all IEEE members, and it is bestowed by an IEEE Committee, I believe that if I obtain a joint appointment with the Department of Engineering, my continuing status as IEEE Life Fellow Member , continuously from 2012 to date, will be a point of prestige for the emerging Electrical Engineering Program.
 I have been EditorinChief for the “International journal of Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences” of the North Atlantic University Union, www.naun.org during the last 10 years (see attached document)
 Since 2019, I have been the ViceChair of the Life Members Affinity Group of Houston, TX, of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), which is the largest international professional Engineering organization in the world. In this capacity, I have organized two annual meetings of this Association on the campus of Texas Southern University, thus bringing significant visibility to TSU..
 In November 2017, I represented Texas Southern University in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Committee for the–OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES GRANT PROGRAM (Texas Public Universities, Community Colleges, Lamar State Colleges, and Texas State Technical Colleges), which established the Grant Program for supporting faculty through Grants to develop Open Educational Resources for existing or new courses. (see attached document)
 I have been the Faculty Senator for the Graduate School since 2017.
 I have been invited to be Speaker/Delegate in the Global Conference of Electrical and electronics Engineering, to take place in Rome, Italy on December 24, 2021, and online.. (see attached document)
Research/Scholarly Activities
Research and Teaching Interests: Communication Theory, Computer
Communication Networks; Image Processing; Estimation and Detection of
Signals; Neural Networks.
Recent Publications
 Stephany Ogbonmwam,Wei Li, and D.Kazakos, Multithreshold Bandwidth Reservation Scheme of an Integrated Voice/Data Wireless Network, WIRELESSCOM 2005, Maui, Hawaii, June 1316, 2005.
 Wei Li, S.Man, Yuhon Zhang and Demetrios Kazakos, Numerical Analysis for the Optimal Reserved Channel Numbers in Reserved Channel Scheme with Hybrid Revenue of Inomplete and Complete Calls, WIRELESSCOM 2005, Maui, Hawaii, June 1316, 2005.
 Deepak Thometi , Wei Li and Demetrios Kazakos, Improved Quality of Service for WCDMA Network and Coexistence with Indoor Wireless Technologies, WIMOB 2005, IEEE International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing,Networking and Communications, Montreal, Canada, August 2224, 2005.
 Demetrios Kazakos, Robust Communication Networks with Imbedded Cybersecurity, Invited Paper, National Science Foundation Workshop on Cyberphysical Systems, Austin, TX, October 1617,2006
 W.Ni, W.Li, and D.Kazakos, Optimal Expected Discounted Reward of a Wireless Network with Award and Cost, Mobilware 2010, June 30 July 2, 2010, Chicago, Ill.
 Nancy Glenn Griesinger, Andrea J. Shelton, Emiel W. Owens and Demetrios Kazakos, A Statistical Measure of Educational Disparities Due to Zero Tolerance Policies, WSEAS/NAUN Transactions and Conference Proceedings on Applied Math, 2016
 Nancy Glenn Griesinger, Andrea J. Shelton, Emiel W. Owens and Demetrios Kazakos, Computational Algorithm for the Disproportion Statistic, WSEAS/NAUN Transactions and Conference Proceedings on Applied Math, 2017
 Nancy Glenn Griesinger, Andrea J. Shelton, Emiel W. Owens and Demetrios Kazakos, Theoretical and Computational Basis for the Disproportion Statistic, WSEAS Transactions and Conference Proceedings on Applied Math, 2018
Funding
Principal Investigator of Grants and Contracts
 Statistical Information Processing Techniques for Remote Sensing
Data, National Science Foundation Grant, $60,400 for the period 12/01/76
to 01/31/79.
 Modeling and Analysis of Nonlinear Amplifiers in Radar Systems,
contract with Rome Air Development Center, $31,500 for the period 01/01/77
to 05/31/79.
 Applications of Digital Signal Processing in the Collection and
Processing of Communication Signals, contract with the U.S. Army Signal
Warfare Lab, Harry Diamond Labs, and id=”mce_marker”00,000 for the period
06/01/82 to 05/31/84.
 $10,000 awarded in November, 1983, by the IEEE Computer Society Test
Technology Awards Committee for a study entitled, Study of New
Statistical Algorithms for Failure Detection.
 New Approaches to Digital Phase Modulation, National Science
Foundation Grant, $60,000 for the period 09/01/81 to 08/31/84.
 Research in Computer Communication Networks, North Atlantic Treaty
Organization Grant, $2,900 (without overhead) for the period 03/01/84 to
12/03/84.
 New Robust Statistical Methods in Probability, Statistics,
Information Theory, Detection and Estimation, Air Force Office of
Scientific Research Grant, $305,620 for the period 01/01/82 to 12/31/87.
 Research in Image Processing and Transmission, contract from the
Office of Naval Research, $227,000 for the period 090182 to 083185.
 Digital Processing of Time Varying Imagery, U.S. Department of
Defense Equipment Grant,$172,000 for a Video Sequence Processor and an
Array Processor, awarded April 1984.
 Research in Signal Processing, Sperry Corporation Grant, $100,000
for the period 070185 to 063087.
 Decentralized Signal Detection Schemes for Multisensor Data, Rome
Air Development Center, $58,500 for the period 110187 to 083188.
 Performance Analysis and Optimum Design for Multisensor Distributed
Detection Systems, Rome Air Development Center, $600,000 for the period
030189 to 022892.
 Elements, Structures, and Adaptive Learning Algorithms in Stochastic
Neural Networks, ECS90003513, July 1990 June 1992, $109,831,
National Science Foundation.
 Research and Development in Robust Networking. U.S. Army, October
15, 1990 October 14, 1993, $625,850.
 Modeling Backgrounds in Infrared Imaging, U. S. Army, June 1,
1992 May 31, 1995, $850,340.
 Interpreting Hippocampal Function and Developing Artificial Neural
Networks for Prediction in Spatial Control, $300,000, for 3 years, starting
January 1, 1993, funding jointly by EPRI and NSF Intelligent Control
program.
 Adaptive Neural Networks for Automatic Target Recognition,
Advanced Research Projects Agency, $455,650 for 3 years, beginning July 1,
 Modem Research and Development, AT&T Laboratories, $90,000 for
 Personal Mobile Communications: Research and Development, Lucent
Technologies, $90,000 for 1996.
 Protocols and Signaling for Paging Services, Motorola,
id=”mce_marker”00,000 for 1996 1997, (A. Kogiantis).
 Research in Decision Directed Neural Networks for Communications,
with D. Pados, Louisiana Educational Quality Support Fund, $195,000 for
199698.
 Personal Mobile Communications: Research and Development, Lucent
Technologies, $456,850 for 19972005
 VLSI Hardware Implementation of Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
Systems, Ellemedia, Inc., $560,800 for 19982006
 WebAssisted K12 Science Education, Texas Higher Education
Coordinating Board, $85,000 for one year, 20082009.
 Center of Excellence Network in Transportation and Infrastructure
Security, funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security,
March 2008 March 2012, at a total of $72 million, amounting to
$18 Million per year for a four year period. Dr.Kazakos was the original
Principal Investigator, then he appointed Dr. Carol Lewis as Principal
Investigator. Texas Southern University was scheduled to receive 1/7 of the
$18 Million/year, or $10.82 million for 4 years. Unfortunately, DHS finally
funded only about $200,000 out of the $10.82 million
 NASA University Research Center for BioNanotechnology and
Environmental Research.20082013 D.Kazakos is CoPrincipal
Investigator. The NASA URC is funded at id=”mce_marker”M/year for five
years.
 Intergovernmental Personnel Act Award (IPA), National Science
Foundation, $212,545 for Sept 14, 2009 to Sept 13, 2010.
 Intergovernmental Personnel Act Award, (IPA), National Science
Foundation, $213,771 for Sept 14, 2010 to Sept 13, 2011.
 Center of Research Excellence in Complex Networks, funded to a
very significant degree due to Dr.Kazakoss connections and important
information gained while Program Director, by the National Science
Foundation, $5 million over 5 years, starting 10/1/2011.
Summary of competitive external funding brought to Texas Southern
University by Dr. D.Kazakos for the period 20062012:
$10.71 Million.(Items 2429)