George Grossman
George Grossman
Associate Professor
Applied Mathematics

Pearce Hall 217
989-774-5577
george.william.grossman@cmich.edu

Personal Web Page

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, 1986
  • M.S., University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, 1982
  • B.A., York University, Toronto, Ontario, 1980

Affiliations

The Fibonacci Association

Honors and Awards

  • Chair of AMAT 08 session, International conference on applied mathematics and approximation theory, AMAT 2008, Memphis, TN. Oct 10-11-13, 2008.
  • Summer Fellowship for Research, Central Michigan University, 1993-1994.

Professional Interests

Algebra, Number Theory, Numerical Analysis and Fluid Dynamics

Teaching Areas

Calculus, Numerical Analysis, Math History and Algebra

Recent Publications and Presentations

  • G. Grossman,  A. Zeleke  and  X. Zhu,  to appear, " Recurrence relation with binomial coefficient",  Journal of Concrete and Applicable Mathematics, (JCAAM), 8, No.4, (2010), pp. 612-615.
  • G. Grossman,  A. Tefera and A.  Zeleke,  “Representation of Certain Real Numbers using Combinatorial Identities", International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics , 55, No. 3,  (2009), pp. 451-460.
  • G. Grossman and M. Bollman, “ Approximation to pi using parabolic segments”, Proceedings of  International conference on applied mathematics and approximation theory, (AMAT 2008, Memphis, TN. Oct 10-13, 2008,) JCAAM-Special Issue II, 8, No.2, (2010), pp. 236-245.
  • G. Grossman and M. Bollman, “ Sums of consecutive factorials in the Fibonacci sequence”, Congressus Numerantium,  Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and their Applications, Braunschweig, Germany, 194, (2009),  pp. 77-83.
  • G. Grossman, A.  Tefera and A. Zeleke, “ On proofs of certain combinatorial identities”, Congressus Numerantium, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and their Applications, Braunschweig, Germany, 194, (2009),  pp. 123-128.
  • X. Zhu and G. Grossman, “ On zeros of polynomial sequences”, JoCAA,  (Journal of Computational Analysis with Applications,) 11, No. 1, ( 2009), pp. 140-158.
  • G. Grossman,“ On the numerical approximation to pi”, JCAAM, (Journal Of Concrete and Applicable Mathematics), 5, No. 3, (2007), pp. 181-195.