Stratton Hall, 201C
Joseph D. Fehribach
- Associate Professor, Mathematical Sciences
Professor Fehribach has taught and led mathematical research efforts at WPI since 1992. If you are interested in his work, please contact him directly. His research works with Kirchhoff graphs, representing that the null and row spaces of a matrix are orthogonal complements. When the matrix is the stoichiometric matrix for a chemical reaction network, the Kirchhoff graph is effectively a circuit diagram for that reaction network.
- Porous Electrodes
- Kirchhoff Graphs
- Applied Differential Equations
- Scientific Computing
- BA, Centre College, 1980
- MA, Duke University, 1982
- PhD, Duke University, 1985
- Vector-space methods and Kirchhoff graphs for reaction networks, SIAM J. of Applied Mathematics 70 (2009) 543-562.
- Triple phase boundaries in solid-oxide cathodes (with R. O'Hayre), SIAM J. of Applied Mathematics 70 (2009) 510-530.
- Matrices and their Kirchhoff graphs, submitted for publication.
- Poisson-Boltzmann model of space charge layer effects on conductivity in randomly distributed nanoionic composites (with J. S. Fish, C. P. Li, C. A. Wolden, R. O’Hayre, A. L. Bunge, and C. E. Goodyer), in preparation.
Labs and Centers
- L. P. Smith Teaching Award (1982)
- Key Research Publication
- TU Delft (2000)
- MA 1024. CALCULUS IV
- MA 143X. CALCULUS III: A THEORETICAL APPROACH
- MA 144X. CALCULS IV: A THEORETICAL APPROACH
- MA 1971. BRIDGE TO HIGHER MATHEMATICS
- MA 2071. MATRICES AND LINEAR ALGEBRA I
- MA 3471. ADV ORDIN DIFFER EQUATIONS
- MA 3831. ADVANCED CALCULUS I
- MA 3832. ADVANCED CALCULUS II
- MA 503. LEBESGUE MEASURE AND INTEGRATION
- MA 520. FOURIER TRANSFORMS AND DISTRIBUTIONS
- MA 590. SP TOP: ADVANCED CALCULUS I