Pure and Applied Mathematics

A direct method for computing extreme value (Gumbel) parameters for gapped biological sequence alignments (with Z. Sinkala), International Journal of Bioinformatics Research and Applications (IJBRA), Vol. 10, No. 2, 2014, 177-189.

A practical approach for computing the active site of the ribonucleoside hydrolase of E.coli encoded by rihC (with A. Farone, M. Farone, P. Kline and Z. Sinkala), Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1st Ed., ,Vol. 680, (Hamid, R. A., Ed.), Advances in Computational Biology, Springer, August 2010, 437-443.

Identifying the active site of ribonucleoside hydrolase of E. coli encoded by rihC (with A. Farone, M. Farone, A. Khaliq, P. Kline, Z. Sinkala), Proceedings of The 2009 International Conference on Bioinformatics & Computational Biology: BIOCOMP2009, Vol. I, Editors: H.R. Arabnia and M. Q. Yang, CSREA Press, USA, 2009, 216-218.

Dynamics of prostate cancer stem cells with diffusion and organism response (with Z. Sinkala), Biosystems, Volume 96, Issue 1, April 2009, 69-79.

Investigation of granular segregation in a horizontal rotating tube from an energy perspective [with Boles, W (1st author).; Robertson, W; Martin, J; Siebert, E; Underwood, T; Clayton, M], Proceedings of the Earth and Space Conference, American Society of Civil Engineers, March 2008.

Natural networks and the GoogleTM search engine, Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, Vol. 82, Issue 1-2, January – April 2007.

Stability of multi-delay systems of differential equations: characteristic equations and applications, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics (with. S. Rai), Vol. 18, No. 2, 2005.

A four dimensional system of functional differential equations for the dynamics of CD4+ T-cells and HIV-1 (with S. Rai), International Journal of Differential Equations and Applications, Vol. 9, No. 1, 2004.

Factorisation in approximately poly-normal C*-algebras: products of positive operators, Journal of Natural Geometry, Math. Res. Unit, University of London, Vol. 14, 1998, 93-132.

Factorisation of n-normal operators: products of positive operators, Proc. of the Roy. Irish Academy, Vol. 95A, 1995, 89-108.

Products of decomposable positive operators, Canadian Journal of Mathematics, Vol.46, No. 4, 1994, 854-871.


Toward the Positive Anthropocene Age. Closing the Gap. Divyadaan: Journal of Philosophy and Education. Vol. 28, No. 2, 2017, 299-320.

Book Review. Robert Henman, Global Collaboration: Neuroscience as Paradigmatic (Vancouver: Axial Publishing, 2016). Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies, Vol. 7, Issue 2, Winter, 2017. In press.

Lonergan's Core Shift in Theological Method, Divyadaan: Journal of Philosophy and Education. Vol. 27, No. 2, 2016, 123-144.

Interpreting Lonergan’s 5th Chapter of Insight, “Space and Time,” in P. Brown and J. Duffy, eds., Seeding Global Collaboration (Vancouver: Axial Publishing,2016):29-44.

Reaching for Collaboration in Insight, Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis (JMDA), Vol. 8 (2014): 11-29.

Generalized Empirical Method in the Biological Sciences, Dialogues in Philosophy, Mental and Neurosciences, Volume 7, Issue 1 (2014): 31. www.crossingdialogues.com

Fledgling functional foundations for the biology of the adult pigeon, Revista de Filosofía Año 45 #135, Universidad Iberoamericana, México, 2013, 123-152.

Community Climbing: Toward Functional Collaboration, Community Climbing: Toward Functional Collaboration. Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis (JMDA), Vol. 8 (2014): 45-66. also in The Second Latin American Lonergan Workshop, The Human Good, tr. into Spanish by Benjamin Luján, “La Escalada Comunitaria: Hacia una Colaboración Funcional,” Segundo Taller Latinoamericano, El Bien Humano, 13-14 Junio 2013, UIA Ciudad de México, Bernard Lonergan Latinoamérica, Online Publications, http://www.lonerganlat.org/publicaciones-en-linea

(See Presentations, below, June, 2013.)
Community Climbing Toward Functional Collaboration
La Escalada Comunitaria

Reaching for Collaboration in Insight, Lonergan Research Institute Graduate Seminar, Regis College, University of Toronto, November 16, 2012. (See Presentations, below, Nov.2012.) Reaching for Collaboration in Insight.

Invitation to functional collaboration: Dynamics of progress in the sciences, technologies and arts. Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis (JMDA), Vol. 7, 2012, 94-122.

The twin paradox (in special relativity) – Working toward functional interpretation, Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis (JMDA), Vol. 4, 2004, 1-25.

Reflections on progress in mathematics, Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis, Festchchrift edition (JMDA), Vol. 3, 2003, 97-116.

From Schrödinger to Dirac: On relations and statistics, B.N. Prasad Centenary, Commemoration , Bulletin Allahabad Math. Soc., Vol.15, 2000, 69-100

Mathematics Pedagogy

Teaching Mathematics K-18: Toward Luminous Inquiry-Based Learning. 2017. Under review.

A Concrete Approach Toward Teaching Probabilities with Control of Meaning. 2017. Under review.

Variation of Parameters in Differential Equations - A Variation in Making Sense of Variation of Parameters (with S. Rai), Problems, Resources and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies (PRIMUS), 2013, 23(1):25-44.

Discovering the Laplace transform in undergraduate differential equations (with S. Rai), Problems, Resources and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies (PRIMUS), Vol. 18, No.4, July, 2008, 309-324.

On two types of learning (in mathematics) and implications for teaching, On Learning Problems in Mathematics, Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Mathematical Association of America, FOCUS, Fall 2004, 31-43.

Getting started in calculus, Problems, Resources and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies (PRIMUS), Volume 13, Issue 1, March, 2003, 55–74.

Pathways to Real Analysis (with S. Rai), New Delhi, India: Narosa Pub., 2009.

Discovering Mathematics, Workshop Mathematics (Archimedes to Lebesgue), Manual for Project Portal to Success in Engineering, USA Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland, 2007–2009.

Introduction to Graph Theory and its Applications (from the Bridges of Königsberg to Non-Commutative Algebras), Mini-Courses in Mathematical Sciences, Division of Science, Engineering and Mathematics, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, Fall 2004.

Terrance J. Quinn

Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37132
Office: 615-898-2280