Dr. Mike Weisman

Applied and Computational Mathematics

Current Courses

Personal Bio

Mike Weisman received a BE in electrical engineering from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and a PhD in applied mathematics from Harvard University.  He has previously been a member of the senior technical staff at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and of the technical staff at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory.  Today, Weisman is a mathematician in the Computational and Information Sciences Directorate at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.

Course offerings:

Summer '20:  625.703 - Functions of a Complex Variable  (ACM)

Fall '20:          625.740 - Data Mining (ACM)

Please note:

605.716 - Modeling and Simulation of Complex Systems  (CS),  will now be offered by Dr. Dan Wiley.  This is a multi-disciplinary course, appropriate for students in any of the Engineering for Professionals tracks.

Modeling and Simulation of Complex Systems is  featured in the CS Course Spotlight

[At the Computer Science Home Page, a link to the Course Spotlight video is on the left.]

Education History

  • BE Electrical Engineering, The Cooper Union for the Advanement of Science and Art
  • PhD Applied Mathematics, Harvard University

Work Experience

Mathematician, U.S. Army Research Laboratory