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Knarik Tunyan

Assistant Professor of Mathematics/Computer Science

Knarik Tunyan’s research work has covered a wide range of topics in areas of Linear Algebra, Linear Programming, Numerical Analysis, and Computational Inverse Problems, as well as applications of mathematical methods in signal and image processing, optimization, network, economics, and biostatistics. Her current research focuses on using technology in education and investigating properties of her favorite linear parametric transformation and its applications in math and other disciplines.

Representative Courses

  • Linear Algebra
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Number Theory
  • Calculus I, II, III
  • Differential Equations
  • Math Junior Seminar
  • Math Senior Seminar I, II
  • Topics in Advanced Math