International recognition

By Website Administrator | Aug 31, 2007

Dr. Brian McCartin has been named a Fellow of the Electromagnetics Academy.

Dr. Brian J. McCartin, professor of Applied Mathematics at Kettering University, has been named a Fellow of the Electromagnetics Academy. The Electromagnetics Academy is an international organization devoted to academic excellence and the advancement of research and relevant applications of electromagnetic theory. Membership in the Academy is an honor in recognition of scholarly achievements and distinguished educational and professional services.

Prior to joining the Kettering faculty in 1993, McCartin, of Flint, was senior research mathematician for United Technologies Corporation, where he headed their Computational Electromagnetics Program, and professor and chairman of Computer Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Hartford, Conn., campus.

He received Kettering's Outstanding Researcher Award in 2000 and Outstanding Teaching awards in 2001 and 2006. In 2004, he received the Distinguished Teaching Award from the Michigan Section of the Mathematical Association of America. McCartin serves on the Editorial Boards of the international journals Applied Mathematical Sciences, Open Applied Mathematics Journal and SJI Journal of Mathematical Sciences.