Andrew Thomack, Ph.D. is a current faculty member in the Mathematics Department at GU. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics from GU in 2007 and completed his Ph.D. in 2017 at Florida Atlantic University. Between his degrees he spent 5 years working for Perten Instruments Inc. primarily building regression models for correlating NIR spectroscopy with organic properties of commercial food and grain. His primary areas of research are in probabilistic applications to real and complex analysis and validated numerical solutions to the Hele-Shaw cell (a mathematical physics problem in fluid dynamics). Andrew has been married to his wife, Caitlynn, since 2011, and has one son name Ezekiel. Andrew also serves as an assistant coach for the cross country and track teams.
Calculus I, II, and III, Intuitive Calculus, Math Ideas, Linear Algebra, and Applied Math