Terrance J. Quinn



Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37132
terrance.quinn@mtsu.edu
Office: 615-898-2280

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Dalhousie University [http://www.dal.ca/], Halifax, 1992. Factorization in C*-Algebras: Products of Positive Operators              

M.Sc.  Dalhousie University [http://www.dal.ca/], Halifax, 1988. The K-Groups for the "ax+b" Group C*-Algebra and for Free Products

B.Sc.  Dalhousie University [http://www.dal.ca/], Halifax, 1987. The Schatten p-norms and a Family of Operator Inequalities. (First Class Honors and Sir William Young University Gold Medal for Mathematics)

 

EXPERIENCE

2006-Present

  • Professor (2009-Present) Department of Mathematical Sciences, Middle Tennessee State University [http://www.mtsu.edu/math/], Murfreesboro, TN.

  • Professor and Chair [2006-2009), Department of Mathematical Sciences, Middle Tennessee State University [http://www.mtsu.edu/math/], Murfreesboro, TN. 

 

2001-2006          

  • Associate Professor (2003-2006).  Ohio University Southern [http://www.southern.ohiou.edu/], Ironton, Ohio.

  • Assistant Professor (2001-2003).  Ohio University Southern [http://www.southern.ohiou.edu/], Ironton, Ohio.

  • Associate Graduate Faculty, Department of Mathematics, Marshall University [http://www.marshall.edu/], Huntington, WV. (Academic Year 2005).

  • Guest Faculty, Montgomery College, Department of Mathematics [http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu], Germantown, Maryland, Research, Ohio University Southern (Fall, 2004).


1995- 2000

  • Associate Professor (1998-2000). Texas A&M International University [http://www.tamiu.edu/], Laredo, Texas.

  • Assistant Professor (1995-1998), Texas  A&M International University [http://www.tamiu.edu/], Laredo, Texas.


1993-1995          

  • College Lecturer (Visiting), University College Cork [http://www.ucc.ie/en/], Ireland.


1992-1993

  • Research Associate, Trinity College Dublin [http://www.tcd.ie/], Ireland, Post-Doctoral Appointment.

 

OFFICES

President  SGEME (since August 2012 ). http://www.sgeme.org/. Previously member SGEME Advisory Board.

Editorial Board Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis, JMDA. http://journals.library.mun.ca/ojs/index.php/jmda.

President  Association for University Regional Campuses of Ohio (May 2005 – March 2006). http://www.aurco.net/.

Vice-President  Assoc. for University Regional Campuses of Ohio (May 2003 – April 2005). .http://www.aurco.net/.

 

AWARDS AND HONORS 

 
Outstanding Professor of the Year Award, Ohio University Regional Higher Education
[http://www.ouorc.ohio.edu/], (2004-2005).

Faculty of the Year Award, Ohio University Southern, (2004-2005).

Distinguished Service and Dedication to the University, Texas A&M International University, (Fall 2000).

 

GRANT ACTIVITY

MTSU Synergy Grant (with A. Farone, M. Farone, A. Khaliq, P.Kline, Z. Sinkala), $40,000.00, Mathematical modeling of enzymatic transition states, 2007-2009. Funded.

Research Enhancement Program (REP) - MTSU, $10,000.00, Mathematical modeling of enzymatic transition states (with A. Farone, A. Khaliq, P.Kline, Z. Sinkala), 2006-2007. Funded.

National Science Foundation – Research in Undergraduate Institutions, Differential Equations for HIV Infection of CD4+ T-Cells: Analysis and Applications (with Jacksonville University Florida). Submitted Oct. 18, 2002.  $298,000. Not funded.

 

TEACHING

 

College Algebra, Trigonometry, Mathematics of Finance, Business Calculus, Discrete Mathematics, Mathematics for Managerial and Life Sciences, Statistics and Probability, Linear Programming, Mathematics for Teachers, Pre-Calculus, , Applied Calculus, Calculus Sequences, Multivariable Calculus, Vector Analysis, Advanced Calculus, Honors Mathematics Sequence for Electrical and Civil Engineers (Applied Multi-variable Calculus; Linear Algebra; Fourier Analysis), Linear Algebra (undergraduate and graduate), Complex Variables, Abstract Algebra (undergraduate and graduate), Number Theory, Graph Theory, Differential Geometry (undergraduate and graduate), Differential Equations (undergraduate and graduate), Measure Theory (undergraduate and graduate), Real and Complex Analysis, Functional Analysis and Operator Theory (undergraduate and graduate), Non-commutative Differential Geometry.

History and Philosophy of Mathematics (undergraduate and graduate).

Foundations of Mathematical Biology.

Undergraduate Physics: Newtonian dynamics, gravitation, fluid mechanics, wave mechanics, electromagnetic theory, thermodynamics, Lagrangians and variational calculus, relativity and quantum theory.