Martin V. Day
Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0123
B.S. Mathematics, California State University at Hayward
M.A. Mathematics, University of Colorado
Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Colorado, Dissertation: Stochastic
Control for a Model of Bacterial Motion (Professor Daniel Stroock)
Other Academic Positions
1991 - May 1992, Visiting Assistant Professor for Research, Brown
1985 - Dec. 1985, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Mathematics and
its Applications, U. of Minnesota
1979 - June 1980, Visiting Assistant Professor, Brown University
- June 1979, Visiting Research Associate, Brown University
Equations (Ordinary and Stochastic)
of Small Random Perturbations of Dynamical Systems
of Nonlinear Systems
Funded Research Projects
of the Small Parameter Exit Problem for Diffusions, NSF, 6/85 - 11/89.
Student Research in Queueing / Transportation Control, Research and Graduate
Studies ASPIRES program, Summer 2000
for Graduate Student Research in Queueing/Transportation Control, College
of Arts and Sciences Millennium grant program, Summer 2000
Feedback Control and Analysis of Queueing Systems, NSF Applied Mathematics
Program, 9/01 - 8/05
Young W. Park, Ph.D. (1991): Large Deviation Theory for Queueing Systems
Louis Buterakos, Ph.D. (2003) The Exit Time Distribution for Small Random
Perturbations of Dynamical Systems with a Repulsive Type Stationary Point
Jose Menendez, Ph.D. (2007) Computational Methods for Control of Queueing
Models in Bounded Domains
- Ms. Kasie Farlow, Ph.D. (2013) The Reflected Quasipotential: Characterization and Exploration
Department and University Administrative Service
Graduate Program in Mathematics, 1995-97.
and Sciences representative to the Commission on Graduate Studies and
Policies, Fall 1996 - Spring 1999.
Committee on Degree Requirements, Standards, Criteria and Academic
Policies (standing subcommittee of the Commission on Graduate Studies and
Policies), 1997-98 and 1998-99.
of Mathematics Head Election Committee (chair), 2000-01.
Mathematics Department Internal Review, 2005.
- Undergraduate Program Committee (chair), 2010-13.