Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Hillyer Hall 154
Ph.D., Theoretical Physics, with an emphasis in Theoretical Mechanics, The Institute of Mechanics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
B.S. & M.S., Theoretical Physics, with a minor in Teaching Physics, Donetsk National University
Dr. Cheser began her career in applied research on synthesis and analysis of piezoelectric, condenser, and capacitor materials, including various compounds of Cu, Pb, As, Ag, Bi, Fe, Mg, and developing new process technologies and analytical methods for space and programs. Also, she was a member of a team of research and project engineers in Chernobyl Exclusion zone" at Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine, 1986. Later, following her research experience, Elena Cheser returned to the academic environment at the Academy of Sciences and as seminar instructor in the Mathematics and Mechanics department of the Ukrainian National University in Kiev. She developed physics curricula for both the Institute of Pedagogic in Kiev and the National University in Donetsk, and her scientific research has been published and presented in a wide range of international journals and conferences. Since moving to the U.S. Dr. Cheser has continued her academic career teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in math and business and engineering statistics She has been awarded “Woman of Outstanding Leadership” by “The International Women’s Leadership Association, TheIWLA.com, 2012/2013 and has been Honored Member with published Biography, “The Cambridge Who’s Who”, 2008-2012 publishing edition, UK, Canada, USA.
The most recent conferences Dr. Cheser has attended, presented and was co-chair of the session was at Oxford Summit, UK, Summer 2014, the 6th International Conference , MCIC-2015, March-2015.
Dr. Cheser's most recent publication was for "American Review of Mathematics & Statistics", July-2015. Her papers are accepted for JMM conference in Seattle, January 2016 and for IMCIC-2016 in March-2016.
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