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 Bohner, Martin
 Mathematics & Statistics
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 202 Rolla Bldg
 ROLLA, MO 65409

Universitat Ulm, Doctor of Philosophy, 1995

Dr. Martin Bohner is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Missouri S&T. Bohner earned his B.S. (1989) and M.S. (1993) in Economathematics and Ph.D. (1995) at University of Ulm (Germany) and M.S. (1992) in Applied Mathematics at San Diego State University. He joined the Institute of Statistics at Hohenheim University in 1995 and was appointed an Alexander von Humboldt fellow in 1997 to spend a year each at National University of Singapore and SDSU, before he joined UMR in 1998. He was hired at Florida Institute of Technology in 2001, but returned to UMR one year later, where he received tenure in 2004 and was promoted to Full Professor in 2008. Dr. Bohner's research areas include differential, difference, dynamic equations, and their applications to economics, finance, biology, and engineering. He is author of four books and more than 125 research publications, and is Editor-in-Chief of four international journals. His honors at Missouri S&T include five Faculty Excellence Awards and seven Teaching Awards. Dr. Bohner was dubbed an Honorary Knight of St. Patrick in 2006.

Research Interests
Dynamic equations on time scales, difference equations, differential equations, q-difference equations, Sturm-Liouville equations, Hamiltonian systems, eigenvalue problems, boundary value problems, oscillation, quadratic functionals, control theory, optimization, variational analysis, applications in biology, economics, and engineering