Daniel W. Chambers     

Mathematics Department, Boston College


Grand
                  Canyon 


Mathematics Dept.
Carney Hall
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467-3806

chambers@bc.edu
 617-552-3769 (office)
 617-552-3789 (fax)

543 Maloney Hall



photos:
Grand Canyon (January 2012);
  Lake Louise, Banff National Park (June 2012)

Lake Louise, Banff


Fall 2016:

MATH4435 Mathematical Programming

MATH4427 Mathematical Statistics

ADMT2530 Introductory Statistics


Actuarial review sessions and information



Course Archives

CV

Research:

My interests are in probability and statistics. Current work in applied probability lies in earthquake work.

Using the locations of M>=4 Earthquakes to delineate the extents of the ruptures of past major earthquakes (with John E. Ebel) Geophysical Journal International 2016
DOI:10.1093/gji/ggw312   In press; pre-typeset version available here

Earthquake Forecasting Using Hidden Markov Models (Daniel W. Chambers, Jenny A. Baglivo, John E. Ebel, Alan A. Kafka); Pure and Applied Geophysics, Volume 169, Issue 4 (2012), 625-639; DOI:10.1007/s00024-011-0315-1.


Other links:

Boston College Mathematics Department

Currently Reading

David McCullough's commencement speech

Village to Village Project