Daniel W. Chambers     

Mathematics Department, Boston College


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

 617-552-3769 (office)
 617-552-3789 (fax)

543 Maloney Hall

M3-4, W1-2, F11-12
or by appointment

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



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