Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Richard Fabiano
Professor

Richard

Office: Petty 140
Email address: rhfabian@uncg.edu
Personal web page: www.uncg.edu/~rhfabian/
Starting year at UNCG: 1996
Office hours: MF 10:00-11:30

Education

Ph.D. in Mathematics, Virginia Tech (1986)

Teaching

Spring, 2015
  • MAT 191-05 LEC (Calculus I), TR 11:00-12:15, Sullivan Science Building 227
  • MAT 790-02 IND (Directed Doctoral Research)
  • MAT 799-06 DIS (Dissertation)
Fall, 2015
  • MAT 190-01 LEL (Experimental Course: Precalculus), TR 9:30-10:45, Petty Building 224, F 10:00-10:50, Petty Building 313
  • MAT 395-01 LEC (Introduction to Mathematical Analysis), TR 11:00-12:15, Nursing, Moore Building 331
  • MAT 490-01 SEM (Senior Seminar in Mathematics), W 9:00-9:50, Petty Building 227
  • MAT 799-01 DIS (Dissertation)

Research Interests

Applied Math
Current Students: Catherine Payne

Selected Recent Publications

  • Fabiano, R. H. ; Turi, J. Making the numerical abscissa negative for a class of neutral equations. Dynamical systems and differential equations (Wilmington, NC, 2002). Discrete Contin. Dyn. Syst. 2003, suppl., 256--262.
  • Fabiano, Richard H. Coercivity for finite element approximation of a thermoelastic beam. Proceedings of Neural, Parallel, and Scientific Computations. Vol. 2, 257--260, Dynamic, Atlanta, GA, 2002.
  • Fabiano, R. H. ; Hansen, S. W. Modeling and analysis of a three-layer damped sandwich beam. Dynamical systems and differential equations (Kennesaw, GA, 2000). Discrete Contin. Dynam. Systems 2001, Added Volume, 143--155.
  • Fabiano, Richard H. Stability preserving Galerkin approximations for a boundary damped wave equation. Proceedings of the Third World Congress of Nonlinear Analysts, Part 7 (Catania, 2000). Nonlinear Anal. 47 (2001), no. 7, 4545--4556.
  • Fabiano, R. H. A renorming method for thermoelastic models. SIAM/SEAS special issue (Knoxville, TN, 1999). Appl. Anal. 77 (2001), no. 1-2, 61--75.

Brief Bio

Dr. Fabiano earned a Ph.D. in 1996 from Virginia Tech, and he joined the UNCG faculty in 1996. His research studies applied mathematics, differential equations, and control theory.