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Matthew Beauregard
Postdoctoral Associate

Education: Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona, 2008
M.S., Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona, 2004
B.Sc., Mathematics, University of New Hampshire, 2002

Dr. Beauregard joined the Baylor family in August of 2010. Prior to coming to Baylor, Dr. Beauregard held a visiting assistant professor position at the University of Arizona's Department of Mathematics and was an adjunct professor at Kaplan University. He studied mathematics as an undergraduate at the University of New Hampshire. Under the guidance of his academic advisor, he continued his studies at the University of Arizona where he received his masters and doctoral degrees in applied mathematics. His hobbies include triathlon, reading, and spending time with his family.

Academic Interests and Research:
Dr. Beauregard is interested in the application of mathematics to science, as it is at the core of every scientific question. His current interests include numerical analysis, scientific computing, mathematical modeling, traffic flow, and continuum mechanics. Visit his website to learn more!