I am a Teaching Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at NCSU and the coordinator for Distance Education in the Mathematics department.
From 2014-2016, I was a postdoctoral fellow within the School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota. I received my Ph.D. at UNC in 2014; my advisor was Dr. Christopher K.R.T. Jones. I received a B.S. in Mathematics and a B.A. in French from UNC in 2009.
Courses at NCSU
MA 116: Introduction to Scientific Programming (Matlab)
MA 242: Multivariable Calculus
MA 305: Introductory Linear Algebra and Matrices
MA 341: Applied Differential Equations I
MA 425: Mathematical Analysis I
MA 426: Mathematical Analysis II
MA 501: Advanced Mathematics for Engineers & Scientists I (PDEs)
MA 511: Advanced Calculus I
MA 523: Linear Transformations and Matrix Theory
Calculus I (UMTYMP)
Calculus III (UMTYMP)
Linear Algebra (UMTYMP)
Differential Equations with Applications
Selected Topics in Mathematics
- Duke TIP: Topology
- Linker Award winner for the 2013-2014 academic year (UNC departmental teaching award)
- Tanner Award nominee for 2014 (UNC university-wide teaching award)
My general field of interest is analysis, in particular nonlinear dynamical systems and their applications.
- C.K.R.T. Jones and B. Maultsby, A dynamical approach to phytoplankton blooms, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, 37(2):859-878, November 2016.
- B. Maultsby, Uniqueness of solutions to singular -Laplacian equations with subcritical nonlinearity, Advances in Nonlinear Analysis, 6.1 (2016): 37-59.
- The Geometry of Radial States in Nonlinear Elliptic Problems, Ph.D. Thesis (2014).
- B. Maultsby, 2:1 spatial resonance in Langmuir circulation, Proceedings of the 2012 Program in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (2012), 334-361.
Department of Mathematics at NC State
Mathematics Center for Educational Programs at the University of Minnesota
Mathematics and Climate Research Network
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution GFD Program