Malcom Devoe

Malcom Devoe

Instructor

Phone: 678-839-4123 | Fax: 678-839-6490

Email:  mdevoe@westga.edu

Office: Boyd Building 106A




    Biography

    Educator | Professor | Researcher

    Education/Degrees

    • B.S., Computer Science, Morehouse College, 2004
    • M.S., Computational and Applied Mathematics, Georgia State University, 2012
    • Ph.D., Mathematics Education & Computational and Applied Mathematics, Georgia State University, 2016

    Presentations

    Algebra and System of Equations with Epistemography of Algebra, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA(2012); Cellular Neural Networks with Switching Connections, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2012); Pade` Approximation, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2011); Newton’s Method for Solving Nonlinear Systems, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2011); Linear Finite Difference Method, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2011).; Equilibrium, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2011).; Membrane Potential, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA (2011); Polynomial Cascading, Leadership Alliance National Symposium, Westfields Marriott Conference Center, Chantilly,VA (2003); Polynomial Cascading, SMART Research Symposium, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO (2003).

    Research Interest

    Research interests lie in mathematics educational research that involve improving students' performances in our core courses, and complex dynamical systems and networks, mathematical biology and computational neuroscience.

    Teaching Interests

    Teaching interests include Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Differential Equations, and Numerical Analysis and Mathematics educational courses for our K-12 teachers.


    Courses Taught

    • Spring 2014
      • MATH-1001 (Quantitative Skills &Reasoning) Section: 04
      • MATH-1113 (Precalculus) Section: 04
      • MATH-1413 (Survey of Calculus) Section: 01
      • MATH-1413 (Survey of Calculus) Section: 02
    • Fall 2013
      • MATH-1001 (Quantitative Skills &Reasoning) Section: LXF
      • MATH-1001 (Quantitative Skills &Reasoning) Section: L2F
      • MATH-1111 (College Algebra) Section: 07
      • MATH-1113 (Precalculus) Section: 05
      • MATH-1113 (Precalculus) Section: 08