Thomas H. Pate Professor Research Areas  Actuarial Mathematics  Linear Algebra Office: 203 Parker Hall Address:
Phone: (334) 8446570 
Education 

Ph.D., Emory University  1976 
B.S., Georgia State University  1971 
Professional Employment 

Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Auburn University  1998  present 
IDACCR, Princeton, NJ  June  August 1996 
Visiting Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University  September 1989  May 1990 
Visiting Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University  September 1988  May 1989 
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Auburn University  1982  1988 
NASA Summer Faculty Fellow, Marshall Space Flight Center  June  August 1981 
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Auburn University  1978  1982 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Louisiana State University  1976  1978 
Honors and Awards 

Awarded $2500.00 by the Society of Actuaries for educational purposes in recognition of attaining the rank of Associate of the Society of Actuaries.  
Invited lecturer, American Mathematical Society special session on Classical Partial Differential Equations, AMS national meetings,  January 1986 
NASA Summer Faculty Fellow  June  August 1981 
Summer Research Grant, Louisiana State University  1978 
NSF grant for graduate study  September 1972  August 1975 
Research and Teaching Interests 
Linear Analysis: Partial Differential Equations; Multilinear Algebra; Inequalities 
Selected Publications 
