Andy Felt

Profess​or and Department Chair

Ph.D., Pure and Applied Mathematics, Washington State University

B.S., Chemical Engineering, Unviersity of Wisconsin - Madison

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

 
 

Selected Pub​​​lications

  • Andrew J. Felt and George Kung, Math Fun for Suzuki Families: Inject fun (and math skills) into your practice, Part 1 (for ages 3-5) and Part 2 (for ages 5-7), Suzuki Association of the Americas, 2011.

  • Andrew J. Felt, Ryan J. Koelemay and Alexander Richter, "Using flexible busing to meet average class size targets," Planning & Changing, 39, Fall/Winter 2008.

  • A. J. Felt and Linda Lesniak, "Can you build a geodesic dome?" chapter in Resources for Teaching Discrete Mathematics, editor Brian Hopkins, Mathematics Association of America Notes Series, 2009.

  • K. A. Ariyawansa, C. Cacho and A. J. Felt, "A Family of Stochastic Programming Test Problems Based on a Model for Tactical Manpower Planning," Journal of Mathematical Modeling and Algorithms, 4 (4), December 2005, pp. 369-390.

  • K. A. Ariyawansa and A. J. Felt, "On a collection of test problems for stochastic programming," INFORMS Journal on Computing, 16 (3), Summer 2004, pp. 291-299.

  • A. J. Felt, "Code Breaking in the Classroom: Using Math and Having Fun," ENC Focus, 12 (25) (2004).

  • A. J. Felt, "Stochastic linear model predictive control using nested decomposition," Proceedings of the American Control Conference, Denver, CO, 4 (2003), pp. 3602-3607.

Honors an​d ​​Awards

2009 UWSP Student Employer of the Year for work with the Center for Athletic Scheduling
2006 Honorary inductee, Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society
2006 Keynote speaker, UWSP Phi Eta Sigma initiation ceremony


Professi​onal Affiliations

  • Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
  • Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
  • Mathematical Programming Society (MPS)
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