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Maria Cristina Squeff
Associate Professor - Mathematicse firstname.lastname@example.org
Sabbatical leave spring 2016 semester
PhD, Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1985
MS, Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1982
MS, Mathematics, University of Brasilia, Brazil, 1976
BS, Mathematics, University of Brasilia, Brazil, 1973
Prior to joining Regis College in 1996, Dr. Squeff taught mathematics at Georgian Court College, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Northwestern University, the University of Chicago, and the University of Brasilia. Dr. Squeff is a member of many professional organizations including the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Association of America, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and American Association of University Professors.
Maria Cristina J. Squeff and Irene Martinez-Gamba, " Simulation of the Transient Behavior of a One-Dimensional Semiconductor Device II'', SIAM J. Numer. Anal. Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 539-552, 1989.
Maria Cristina J. Squeff, "Superconvergence for Mixed Finite Element Methods for Parabolic Equations," Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Analysis, V. 21, No. 2, pp. 327-352, 1987.
Maria Cristina J. Squeff, Jim Douglas Jr. and Irene Martinez-Gamba, "Simulation of the Transient Behavior of a One-Dimensional Semiconductor Device," Mat. Aplic. Comp., V. 5, No. 2, pp. 103-122, 1986.
Maria Cristina J. Squeff," Superconvergence for Mixed Finite Element Methods for Parabolic Equations," (PhD diss., The University of Chicago, 1985).
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