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William Hamill PhD

Applied Assistant Professor of Mathematics College of Engineering & Natural Sciences
Mathematics
Keplinger Hall 3155 918-631-2040
william-hamill@utulsa.edu
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Ph.D., The University of Tulsa
M.S., The University of Tulsa
B.S., University of Oklahoma

Calculus
Differential Equations


The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Journal Articles


Pomeranz, Shirley, and William Hamill. “Dual Reciprocity versus Bessel Function Fundamental Solution Boundary Element Methods for the Plane Strain Deformation of a Thin Plate on an Elastic Foundation.” Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 41 (2014): 37–46. Print.

Constanda, Christian et al. “The Dirichlet Problem for a Plate on an Elastic Foundation.” Libertas Math. 30 (2010): 81–84. Print.

Pomeranz, Shirley et al. “Interdisciplinary Lively Application Projects in Calculus Courses.” Journal of STEM Education (JSTEM) 8.3 (2007): 50–62. Print.

Books


Boundary Integral Equation Methods and Numerical Solutions: Thin Plates on an Elastic Foundation, Springer, New York, 2015 (with D. Doty and W. Hamill).

Constanda, Christian, Dale Doty, and William Hamill. Boundary Integral Equation Methods and Numerical Solutions: Thin Plates on an Elastic Foundation. Springer, 1900. Print.

Conference Proceedings


Constanda, Christian et al. “On a Boundary Value Problem for the Plane Deformation of a Thin Plate on an Elastic Foundation.” Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Symposium on Methods of Discrete Singularities in Problems of Mathematical Physics, Khar’Kov-Kherson. 2007. 358–361. Print.

Chudinovich, Igor et al. “The Dirichlet Problem for the Plane Deformation of a Thin Plate on an Elastic Foundation.” The Ninth International Conference on Integral Methods in Science and Engineering (IMSE 2006) Proceedings, 2007. 83–88. Print.


MATH 1103 Basic Calculus
MATH 2014 Calculus I
MATH 2073 Calculus III
MATH 3073 Differential Equations