Anuj Bajaj

Anuj Bajaj

PhD Candidate
Graduate Teaching Assistant

ga1423@wayne.edu

 FAB 1132 (Faculty and Administration Building)

Website(s)

www.sites.google.com/view/anujbajaj

Anuj Bajaj

Department

Mathematics

Research

 Variational Analysis, Applied Mathematics and Convex Optimization

Education

  • M.A. Mathematical Statistics, Wayne State University, 2019
  • M.Sc, Math, The University of British Columbia, 2016
  • M.Sc, Math, University of Delhi, 2014
  • B.Sc (Hons), Math, University of Delhi, 2012

Awards and grants

  • 2020 Robert and Nancy Irvan Endowed Fellowship in Mathematics, Wayne State University

  •  2019 Nominee for Heberlein Teaching Award, Wayne State University

  •  2019 M.F. Janowitz Endowed Mathematics Scholarship, Wayne State University

  •  2015-16 University Graduate Fellowship, The University of British Columbia

  •  2014-15 Graduate Dean’s Entrance Scholarship, The University of British Columbia

Selected publications

(with Boris Mordukhovich, Mau Nam Nguyen, and Tuyen Tran) Solving a Continuous Multifacility
Location Problem by DC Algorithms, Optim Method Softw, accepted May 14, 2020

(With Warren Hare, Yves Lucet) Visualization of the ε -subdifferential of piecewise linear–quadratic functions, Comput. Optim. Appl.,67 (2017), pp 421–442

Currently teaching

  •  STA 2210, Probability and Statistics, 4 credits, Fall 2020

Courses taught

  • MAT 2010, Calculus I, 4 credits, Winter 2020
  • MAT 1800, Elementary Functions, 4 credits, Fall 2019
  • MAT 1800, Elementary Functions, 4 credits, Winter 2019
  • MAT 1050, Algebra with Trigonometry, 5 credits, Fall 2018
  • MAT 2020, Calculus II, 4 credits, Spring/Summer 2018
  • MAT 1050, Algebra with Trigonometry, 5 credits, Winter 2018
  • MAT 1800, Elementary Functions, 4 credits, Fall 2017
  • STAT 1020, Elementary Statistics, 3 credits, Spring/Summer 2017
  • MAT 1800, Elementary Functions, 4 credits, Winter 2017