## Curriculum Vitae

- Radu C. Cascaval: “A Boussinesq model for pressure and flow velocity waves in arterial segments”,
*Math. Comput. Simul.*Vol 8(2012), No. 6, pp 1047–1055 - Radu C. Cascaval, C. Travis Hunter: “Linear and nonlinear Schrödinger equations on simple networks”, in
*Libertas Math*., Vol 30 (2010), pp 85-98 - Jerry L. Bona, Radu C. Cascaval: “Nonlinear dispersive waves on trees”, in
*Canadian Applied Mathematics Quarterly*, Vol 16 (2008), No 1, pp 113–121 - Radu C. Cascaval, Kethera A. Fogler, Gene D. Abrams, Robert L. Durham: “Evaluating the benefits of online archives for in-class students in Math courses”, in
*J. of Asynchronous Learning Networks*, Vol 12 (2008), No 3, pp 113–121 - Radu C. Cascaval, Fritz Gesztesy: “J-self-adjointness for a class of Dirac-type operators”, in
*J. Math. Anal. Appl*. 294 (2004), pp 113–121 - Radu C. Cascaval: “Local and global well-posedness for a class of nonlinear dispersive equation”, in
*Advances in Differential Equations*, 9 (2004), no. 1/2, pp 85–132 - Radu C. Cascaval, Fritz Gesztesy, Helge Holden, Yuri Latushkin: “Spectral analysis of Darboux transformations for the focusing NLS hierarchy”, in
*Journal d’Analyse Mathematique*, 93 (2004), pp 139-198 - Radu C. Cascaval: “Variable coefficient Korteweg-de Vries equations and wave propagation in elastic tubes”, in Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Math., 234, Marcel Dekker, 2003, pp 57–69
- Radu C. Cascaval, Eugene C. Eckstein, Cicero L. Frota, Jerome A. Goldstein: “Fractional telegraph equations”,
*J. Math. Anal. Appl.*275 (2002), pp 145-159 - Radu C. Cascaval: “Global solutions for a class of dispersive equations”, in “Differential Equations and Control Theory”, S. Aizicovici, N. Pavel (ed.), Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Math. 225, Marcel Dekker, 2001, pp 77–107
- CRCW Award 2009-2010: “Autoregulatory Control Mechanisms in the Cardiovascular System”, Graduate School, UCCS
- CRCW Award 2007-2008: “Analysis of Kinematic Effects during Sustained Exercise on the Human Cardiovascular System”, Graduate School, UCCS
- Presidents Teaching and Learning Collaborative 2006-2007, University of Colorado System, Co-PI
- SAAC Grant Award 2006-2007, Co-PI
- 2006 Service and Technology Development Award, EAS College, UCCS
- NSF Grant Award 2005-2006 (Co-PI), International Conference on Nonlinear Waves, Integrable Systems and Their Applications, June 4-8, 2005, UCCS and Boulder
- CRCW Award 2005-2006: “ Mathematical Modeling of Blood Flow in the Human Arterial System”, Graduate School, UCCS
- Colorado Institute of Technology Contract (Co-PI) ”External Counterpulsation and Compartment Model for Blood Flow” January - December 2005
- AMS Travel Award, ICM 2002, Beijing, China, August 2002
- AMS Summer Research Grant, Mt. Holyoke College, June 2001
- NSF Travel Award, Mathematical Challenges of the 21st Century, UCLA, August 2000
- AMS Travel Award, NAS Colloquium on Nonlinear PDEs, Irvine, CA, January 1999
- Van Vleet Memorial Doctoral Research Fellowship, The Graduate School, University of Memphis (two consecutive years 1997–1999)
- Diploma with Honors, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iasi, Romania, June 1995

**Address **Department of Mathematics

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

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Colorado Springs, CO 80918**
Telephone ** 719-255-3759

**Website**http://www.uccs.edu/rcascava

**Professional Experience**

2010 – present Associate Professor of Mathematics, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

2003 – 2010 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

2000 – 2003 Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept of Mathematics, University of Missouri - Columbia,

1996 – 2000 Research and Teaching Assistant, Dept of Mathematics, University of Memphis

1995 – 1996 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Dept of Mathematics, Louisiana State University

**Education
**2000 – 2003 Postdoc University of Missouri at Columbia, Department of Mathematics

1996 – 2000 MS, PhD The University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee

Thesis:

*Global well-posedness for a class of nonlinear dispersive equations,*

1995 - 1996 MS Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

(transferred to University of Memphis in May 2006)

1990 – 1995 BS University of Iasi, Romania (Diploma with Honors)

Thesis:

*Inertial manifolds for a class of partial differential equations*

**Research Interests
** - nonlinear wave propagation

- mathematical physiology

- integrable systems and application

- complex networks

**Recent Publications**

**Awards**