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Professor Islam began his career at the University of Dayton in 1985 as a faculty member in mathematics. He teaches mathematics courses at all levels.
The Faculty Perspective
My graduate education and subsequent research work in applied mathematics serve as the foundation of my strong interest in various applications of mathematics. Over my years at the University of Dayton, I have been involved in many activities including developing applications that students can utilize in their future careers.
- Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1985
- Qualitative analysis of ordinary and functional differential equations
"Monotone methods and fourth order Lidstone boundary value problems with impulse effects," Comm. Appl. Anal., Vol 5, No. 1, (2000). (with Eloe)
"Uniform asymptotic stability in linear Volterra intergrodifferential equations with applications to delay systems," Dynam. Systems Appl. 9 (2000), 331-344. (with Eloe & Zhang)
"Existence of triple positive solutions for a nonlinear impulsive boundary value problem," Proceedings of Dynam. Systems Appl. Vol III (2001), 163-168. (with Davis and Eloe)
"Stability properties of linear Volterra equations with nonlinear perturbation," Comm. Appl. Anal., Vol 7, No. 3 (2003). (with Raffoul)