Alexandros Sopasakis

9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28223-0001

1 510 734 5375

asopasak@uncc.edu

 

Education

 

Awards & Grants

 






Students
Directed


Academic Employment





Teaching Experience



Computer Skills




Professional Affiliations

Ph.D. Mathematics, May 2000, Texas A&M University College Station TX

Adviser: Paul Nelson. Title:
“Developments in the Theory of the Prigogine Herman Kinetic Equation of Vehicular Traffic”

M.A. Mathematics, Aug. 1993, Texas A&M University

B.S. Applied Mathematics, Aug. 1991, Texas A&M University

 

 

FRG from UNCC: Faculty Research Grant from Univ. of NC at Charlotte, 2008

NSF-DMS: National Science Found. Grant 2006-2009, program addressing
     “cross-cutting topics in analysis, modeling and computation of stochastic systems”

Commonwealth College fellowship: research assistant funding, 2006-2007

TMR Network: Eurpean Union funded post-doc at Chalmers, Sweden, 2000-2001

Energy Resources Program: Interdisciplinary research award, sum. 1995, Texas A&M

Supercomputer research grant: 1990, Texas A&M University

UNCC: 2 PhD (B. Arezoo, M. Lawler), 2 Masters (P. Yogesh, H. Vora),
              2 Undergraduate (D. Leviel, N. Penley)
UMass: 1 PhD (A. Sasanka), 1 Masters (N. Dundon), 1 Undergraduate (T. Alperovich)



Univ. of NC at Charlotte,
Assistant Prof., Sept. 2007 to present

Univ. of Massachusetts, Vis. Ass. Prof., Sept. 2003-Aug. 2007
position for 2006-2007 partially supported by DOE-FG02-05ER25702 to study multi-scale modeling of protein interactions and phenomena to eventually control certain types of cancers.

Courant Institute (NYU),  Associate Res. Sci., Sept. 2002-Aug. 2003

Univ. of Calif. At Berkeley, Research Fellow, Jan. 2002-May 2002

Georgia Inst. of Technology, Aug. 2001-Dec. 2001

Chalmers Inst., Sweden, Jan. 2000-June 2001

Texas A&M University, 1991-1999


Univ. of NC Charlotte: 6 courses & 1 solely taught on the Web
Univ. of Mass.:
9 courses
Georgia Inst. of Tech.: 1 course
Texas A&M Univ.:
13 courses & 1 experimental Web course (1999).
For all details please see my teaching web page: www.math.uncc.edu/~asopasak/pastteaching.html


Software (Windows, Unix/Linux, MAC environments): Microsoft Windows® Vista and
       DOS, all Linux and OSX. Matlab, Maple, Mathematica

System installations and debugging

Random number generators, Monte Carlo and stochastic dynamics: Metropolis, Arrhenius etc

Languages: C/C++, Java, Fortran, Basic

 

 

Citizenship: Greek (currently with O-1 visa from UNCC)
Languages: Fluent in English and Greek (native). Swedish (beginner)