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Philip D. Loewen
Professor of Mathematics University of British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia CANADA V6T 1Z2 loew@math.ubc.ca |

Calculus of variations, optimal control theory, nonsmooth analysis, mathematical programming, numerical methods, engineering applications.

- Teaching Math 255 for Mech 2.
- Member of the UBC (Vancouver) Senate.
- Maintaining a vigorous research program.
- Co-supervising (with Bhushan Gopaluni) PhD student Qiugang Lu.
- Co-supervising (with Bhushan Gopaluni) MASc student Lee Rippon.

Dr. Philip D. Loewen

Office | Mathematics Building, room 207 |

loew@math.ubc.ca (try this first) | |

Office phone | 604-822-3082 (urgent cases only, please) |

URI | http://www.math.ubc.ca/~loew/ |

Office Hours | I'm happy to meet individuals or small groups in room MATH 207, but advance planning is essential. To schedule a conversation, email loew@math.ubc.ca, including your course number (e.g., “264” or “211”) in the subject line. |

- PIms: The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences
- IAM: UBC's own Institute of Applied Mathematics
- CMS: Canadian Mathematical Society
- AMS: American Mathematical Society
- LOC: Library of Congress (USA)
- SIAM: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Last update: 15 Apr 2016 (Fri), 12:26:56. (Click a graphic to recheck.)