|| Dr. Richard Rebarber
was a co-chair of the organizing committee
for the 2005 conference, and has served on the committee for eight
years. His research area is control of infinite dimensional systems.
He has a particular interest in undergraduate research. He has
supervised nine undergraduate honors theses. He is the co-PI for our
REU Site in Applied Mathematics, and supervised four REU Site students
in the summer of 2003, and eight in the summer of 2005. In 1999
Dr. Rebarber was the organizer of an NSF-CBMS Research Conference on
``Mathematical Control Theory of Coupled Systems of Partial
Differential Equations'', with principal lecturer Irena Lasiecka. He
has co-organized one other conference and two other workshops, has
organized many conference sessions, including an undergraduate
research session at an AMS sectional meeting, and has taught a course
introducing undergraduates to research.