Scott D. Pauls
Professor of Mathematics
Cheheyl Professor and Director, Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning
Professor Pauls' research in mathematics focuses on building and analyzing network models for social, biological, and physical systems. In his theoretical work, he aims to find network theoretic signatures for outcomes of dynamical processes. Recently, he has been able to apply these techniques to systems in political science, economics, neuroscience, and environmental science.
- B.A. Columbia University
- Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
DeFord, D. R. and Pauls, S. D., Spectral clustering methods for multiplex networks, Physica A. 533 (2019), 121949. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physa.2019.121949
Cogswell, C., Pauls, S. D., Gauthier, A., DeSilva, E., Schroer, K., Agile and Active: Sustaining Pedagogical Change in a Large-Enrollment Calculus Course, J. Effective Teaching. 2(2) (2019), 1-22.
Khoo, T., Fu, F., Pauls, S. D., Double-edged effect of spillover on cooperation in multiplex games, Scientific Reports, 8 (2018), 6922.
Leib-Lappan, R., Kumar, D., Obbard, R., and Pauls, S. D. A network model for characterizing brine channels in sea ice, The Cryosphere, (2017) (https://doiorg/10.5194/tc-2017-169)