Joe Coyle  Associate Professor and Cochair 
Welcome! I am originally from southwestern (Dayton) Ohio where I attended Miami University for my B.S. in mathematics and then earned my M.S. in mathematics from the University of Dayton. I eventually made my way out east to the University of Delaware where I completed my Ph.D. in, yes you guessed it, mathematics. After a brief time at Fairleigh Dickinson University, my wife and I packed up and left for Scotland where worked at a postdoc at Strathclyde University. In any case, I started at Monmouth University in the fall of 2002 and the rest is history. Anyway, thanks for visiting my web site.
Courses I am
Currently Teaching Maple TA links and
other information for each course can be found in eCampus. 

Publications
Recent Aramini R, Brignone M, Coyle J and Piana M; Postprocessing of the Linear Sampling Method by Means of Deformable Models Siam J. Cci. Comput. In press. (.pdf)
Brignone
M, Coyle J and Piana M;
The Use of the Linear Sampling Method for Obtaining Superresolution Effects in Born Approximation J. Comput. Appl. Math. (.pdf)
A more
comprehensive list with pdf files can be found here.
(under
construction)



