Bradley Hall 446
Ph.D., Mathematics, Rice University
Research Interests: applied mathematics
Libin Mou has been a member of the Department of Mathematics faculty at Bradley since 1995. In addition, he had been a research associate at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications at University of Minnesota (1990-1991) and visiting faculty member at the University of Southern California (1991-1993), the University of Iowa (1993-1995) and the Chinese University of Hong Kong (2002-2003).
Personal web page here.
Libin Mou has been teaching various college mathematics courses since 1991 and he really enjoys it.
Libin Mou's research includes geometric and variational analysis, optimal controls, differential games and differential games. Some of his papers are posted at http://hilltop.bradley.edu/~mou/moupaper.html. He has served as a research mentor for the BEST (Build Excellent Scientist for Tomorrow) program and the principle investigator of several research and educational projects at Bradley.
He has served as a member of several committees at Bradley and as a reviewer for professional articles and text books.