Marc Artzrouni's Professional Home Page
Department of Mathematics - UMR CNRS 5142
1. Positions held
This research has resulted in more than 50 publications in international
journals of mathematics, biomathematics, biology, epidemiology, demography,
and economics/history (see list below).
2. Recent papers
2. Recent papers(Complete list further down).
3. Conference organized
4. Editorial activities
Place of Birth: Greenwich, Connecticut, USA
Marital Status: Married, two children.
Nationalities: US and French.
Languages: Native English and French (courses taught and papers written in both languages).
University of Pau (France):
“Habilitation” in Applied Mathematics ("Mathematical Tools in Population Dynamics: Application to Demography, Biology, and Economics"). December 1992. (Post Ph.D. degree based on the presentation of a body of research; required in France to become full professor and to direct Ph.D. theses).
University of Paris V (Sorbonne):
Doctorate in Applied Mathematics ("Iterative Processes in Population Dynamics: Application to Easterlin's theory"). April 1981.
University of Grenoble (France):
Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics (Statistics, Applied Algebra and Operations Research). June 1978.
Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics. June 1976.
Aug. 1986- Aug. 1988: Visiting Assistant Professor; Department of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina.
June 1984 - June 1986: Post-doc; Department of Biostatistics; School of Public Health; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Nov. 1982 - Nov. 1983: Mathematical Statistician in the Statistical Research Division of the Census Bureau (Washington, DC). Research on the census undercount.
Sept. 1981 -Sept. 1982: Postdoctoral Fellow; Department of Mathematical Sciences, Drexel University (Philadelphia, PA).INTERNSHIPS
Sept. 1978 - Oct. 1978: Summer intern with the Economic Commission for Europe at the United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland. Research on econometric models for the comparison of the gross domestic product of different countries.
Aug. 1977 - Sept. 1977: Summer intern in the Division of Statistics of the World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva. Research on a mathematical model (multiple logistic function) to estimate the risk of myocardial infarctions.CLICK BELOW FOR LISTS OF PUBLICATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS
b. Mathematical biology
b. Mathematical demography
d. Biology, medicine, epidemiology
e. Economics, history
f. Miscellaneous (epistemology)
CONFERENCES (organized, attended, etc)
During Fall 1988 I worked with the New York State Department of Health (in Albany) on the modeling of the future course of AIDS in the state. I spent a day in Albany (September 20) during which I made a presentation for the state health authorities on my projections of AIDS in the state. I wrote a user-friendly computer software (HIVAIDS90) to forecast the number of AIDS cases. This model is described in M. Artzrouni (1990).