Mark M. Meerschaert

East Lansing MI 48823

Mark M. Meerschaert
is a Professor in the Department of
Statistics and Probability at Michigan
State University. Meerschaert
is an ISI Highly Cited Researcher
with professional experience in the areas of probability, statistics,
statistical physics, mathematical modeling, operations research,
partial differential equations, ground water and surface water
hydrology. He started his professional career in 1979 as a systems
analyst at Vector Research, Inc. of

Click here for information on the Workshop on Future Directions in Fractional Calculus Research and Applications.

See below for some recent preprints. Click here for his resume, a complete list of publications, Google Scholar profile, information about the Academic Press textbook Mathematical Modeling, the De Gruyter textbook Stochastic Models for Fractional Calculus, or the research monograph Limit Distributions for Sums of Independent Random Vectors: Heavy Tails in Theory and Practice.

RECENT PAPERS AND TALKS in PDF format: Click below to
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- Backward Fractional Diffusion Equation, Minisymposium MS133: Fractional Partial Differential Equations: Modeling, Simulation, Application, and Analysis, 2016 SIAM Annual Meeting, Boston, 15 July 2016 (with Yong Zhang, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Alabama; and Roseanna M. Neupauer, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado).
- Climate data: Long range dependent or nonstationary? Dependence, Stability, and Extremes Workshop, The Fields Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 6 May 2016 (with Paul L. Anderson, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Albion College; Metin Eroglu, Department of Statistics and Probability, Michigan State University; Joshua French, Deparment of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, University of Colorado, Denver; Piotr Kokoszka, Department of Statistics, Colorado State University; and Stilian Stoev, Department of Statistics, University of Michigan).
- Fractional
Calculus, Anomalous Diffusion, and Probability. MURI Kickoff
Meeting, Brown University, 7 December 2015.

- Nonlocal
diffusion on bounded domains, Nonlocal Models in Mathematics,
Computation, Science, and Engineering, U.S. Association for
Computational Mechanics, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,

October 26, 2015 (with Boris Baeumer, Maths & Stats, University of Otago, New Zealand; Zhen-Qing Chen, Mathematics, University of Washington; Ozlem Defterli, Math and Computer Sci, Cankaya U, Turkey; Marta D'Elia, Computer Sci Research Inst, Sandia National Labs; Qiang Du, Applied Physics & Applied Math, Columbia University; Max Gunzburger, Scientific Computing, Florida State U; Mihály Kovács, Maths & Stats, University of Otago, New Zealand; Rich Lehoucq, Comp Sci Research Inst, Sandia National Labs; Tomasz Luks, Mathé matique, École Centrale de Marseille; René L. Schilling, Institute of Math. Stoch., TU Dresden; Alla Sikorskii, Statistics and Probability, Michigan State; and Peter Straka, Applied Mathematics, U New South Wales).

- Reflected
stable Lévy motions and their governing equations, Center
for Applied Mathematics Colloquium, Cornell University, 25 September
2015 (with Boris Baeumer, Maths & Stats, University of Otago, New
Zealand; David Benson, Geological Engineering, Colorado School of
Mines; Mihály Kovács, Maths & Stats, University of
Otago, New Zealand; Hans-Peter Scheffler, Math, Uni Siegen, Germany;
René
L. Schilling, Institute of Math. Stoch., TU Dresden; Rina Schumer,
Hydrology, Desert Research Institute, Reno, Nevada; Alla Sikorskii,
Statistics and Probability, Michigan State; Peter Straka, Applied
Mathematics, U New South Wales; Charles Tadjeran, Mathematics, U
Nevada; Stephen W. Wheatcraft, Geological Sciences, U Nevada)

- Random
field models for hydraulic conductivity in ground water flow,
Special Session on Random Fields and Long Range Dependence, AMS
Regional Meeting, Michigan State University, 15 March 2015 (with Boris
Baeumer, Maths & Stats, U Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand; David A.
Benson, Geology & Geo Eng, Colorado School of Mines; Hermine
Bierme, MAP5 Universite Rene Descartes, Paris; Geoffrey Bohling, Kansas
Geological Survey, Lawrence, Kansas; Mine Dogan, Geology and
Geophysics, University of Wyoming; David Hyndman, Geological Sciences,
Michigan State University; Tomasz J. Kozubowski, Math and Stat, Univ.
of Nevada, Reno; Chae Young Lim, Statistics and Probability, Michigan
State U; Silong Lu, Tetra Tech, Inc., Atlanta, GA; Fred J. Molz,
Environmental Eng & Science, Clemson University; Farzad Sabzikar,
Statistics and Probability, Michigan State U Hans-Peter Scheffler,
Mathematics, Uni Siegen, Germany; Remke Van Dam, Institute for Future
Environments, QUT).

- Semi-Markov approach to continuous time random walk limit processes, Invited Talk, Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Antonio, TX, January 13, 2015 (with Peter Straka, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New South Wales, Australia)

- Inverse Tempered Stable Subordinators, Computers and Mathematics with Applications, to appear in the Special Issue on Time-fractional PDEs (with Mahmoud S. Alrawashdeh, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Jordan University of Science and Technology; James F. Kelly, Department of Statistics and Probability, Michigan State University; and Hans-Peter Scheffler, Fachbereich Mathematik, Universität Siegen, Germany).
- Relaxation
patterns and semi-Markov dynamics (with Bruno Toaldo, Department of
Statistical Sciences, Sapienza - University of Rome).

- Exponents
of operator self-similar random fields (with Gustavo Didier,
Mathematics Department, Tulane University; and Vladas Pipiras,
Department of Statistics and Operations Research, University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill).

- Space-time
fractional Dirichlet problems (with Boris Baeumer, Department of
Mathematics and Statistics, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand;
and Tomasz Luks, Institut für Mathematik, Universität
Paderborn, Warburger Strasse 100, D-33098 Paderborn, Germany).

- Asymptotic behavior of semistable Lévy exponents and applications to fractal path properties (with Peter Kern, Mathematisches Institut, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany; and Yimin Xiao, Department of Statistics and Probability, Michigan State University).