Dominik Reinhold

Assistant Professor

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Clark University

 

Office: BP 343

Phone: 508-793-7346

Email: dreinhold@clarku.edu

 


 

Research

 

My research interests are in probability and statistics and their applications in the life sciences. In particular, I have been working on branching processes and the modeling of cancer cell behavior in 3D test systems. Recently, I became interested in the modeling of protein folding dynamics.

 

Publications and work in progress:

  Some asymptotic results for near critical branching processes, (with A. Budhiraja). Communications on Stochastic Analysis, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2010, 91-113.

  Asymptotic Results for Near Critical Bienaym-Galton-Watson and Catalyst-Reactant Branching Processes (with A. Budhiraja). Advances in Superprocesses and Nonlinear PDEs, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics, Volume 38, 2013, pp. 41-59, Springer

  Near critical catalyst reactant branching processes with controlled immigration, (with A. Budhiraja). To appear. Annals of Applied Probability. http://arxiv.org/abs/1203.6879

  Evaluation of Buccal Alveolar Bone Dimension of Maxillary Anterior and Premolar Teeth. A Cone Beam Computed Tomography Investigation, (with C. Vera, I. De Kok, P. Limpiphipatanakorn, A. Yap). Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants, 2012 Nov-Dec;27(6):1514-9.

  Modeling Cancer Cell Behavior as a Function of Substrate Stiffness in 3D Test Systems, (with E. Bland, A. Budhiraja, M. R. Leadbetter, K. J. L. Burg). Under preparation.


 

Teaching

 

Fall 2013:

Probability  (math 217/econ 360)

 

 

Previous Courses:

 

Clark University:

  Statistics (Spring 2013)

  Multivariate Calculus (Spring 2013)

  Probability, 2 sections (Fall 2012)    

  Stochastic Modeling (Spring 2012)

  Multivariate Calculus (Spring 2012)

  Linear Algebra (Fall 2011)

  Probability (Fall 2011)      

 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill:

  Real Analysis Refresher Course for incoming PhD students (Summer 2010)

  Decision Models for Business (Summer 2010)

  Introduction to Statistics (Fall 2009)

 


 

Short Bio

 

Employment:

  Assistant Professor (2011-), Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Clark University, Worcester, MA.

 

Education:

  PhD (2011), Asymptotic Behavior of Near Critical Branching Processes and Modeling of Cell Growth Data. Department of Statistics and Operations Research, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Advisors: Amarjit Budhiraja, Ross Leadbetter.

  MS (2010), Department of Statistics and Operations Research, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

   Advisors: Amarjit Budhiraja, Ross Leadbetter.

  Diploma in Mathematics (2006), On the Statistical Analysis of Augmented GARCH Sequences. Department of Mathematics, University of Cologne, Germany

         Thesis Advisor: Josef Steinebach