Dr. Shelby Stanhope
Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburg, Pa. (2016)
M.S. Mathematics, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colo. (2010)
B.S. Mathematics, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colo. (2007)
Assistant Professor, Mathematical Sciences, U.S. Air Force Academy, USAF Academy, Colo. (2018-Present)
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa. (2016-2018)
Honors & Awards
Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of Mathematics, Temple University, (2016-2017)
Poster Award, SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences, Charlotte, N.C., (Aug. 2014)
National Science Foundation RTG Research Fellowship, Complex Biological Systems Group, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburg Pa. (2010 – 2013)
Research and Scholarly Interests
Mathematical modeling in biology and medicine
Differential equations and partial differential equations
Working on research projects with cadets
Active learning, math pedagogy, and faculty development
S. Stanhope, J.E. Rubin, and D. Swigon, “Robustness of solutions of the inverse problem for linear dynamical systems with uncertain data,” SIAM/ASA J. Uncertainty Quantification, 5 (2017), 572-597.
S. Stanhope, J.E. Rubin, and D. Swigon, “Maintaining properties of the inverse problem solution in the presence of uncertain data.” 5th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering, 2017.
S. Stanhope, J.E. Rubin, and D. Swigon, “Identifiability of linear and linear-in-parameters dynamical systems from a single trajectory,” SIAM J. Applied Dynamical Systems, 13 (2014), 1792-1815.