Karen Kohl, Ph.D.

Karen Kohl, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

karen.kohl@usm.edu

Gulf Park Campus

Hardy Hall 342

Phone:(228)214-3329

Ph.D. (Mathematics), Tulane University

M.S. (Computer Science), Massachusetts Institute of Technology

B.S. (Mathematics), Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Teaching Interests

MAT 101 - College Algebra
MAT 103 - Trigonometry
MAT 167 - Calculus I
MAT 168 - Calculus II
MAT 280 - Calculus IV
MAT 305 - Mathematical Computing
MAT 423 - Modern Algebra

Research Interests

Symbolic computation, especially integration and summation

Special Functions

Publications

I. Gonzalez, K. T. Kohl, and V. H. Moll. Evaluation of Entries in Gradshteyn and Ryzhik Employing the Method of Brackets. Scientia, Series A: Math. Sciences. 2013.

L. Glasser, K. T. Kohl, C. Koutschan, V. H. Moll, and A. Straub. The integrals in Gradshteyn and Ryzhik. Part 22: Bessel-K functions. Scientia, Series A: Math. Sciences. 2012.

K. T. Kohl, V.H. Moll. The integrals in Gradshteyn and Ryzhik. Part 20: Hypergeometric functions. Scientia, Series A: Math. Sciences 21, 2011.

K. T. Kohl and F. Stan. An Algorithmic Approach to the Mellin Transform Method. In Gems in Experimental Mathematics, T. Amdeberhan, L. A. Medina, V. H. Moll (ed.), Contemporary Mathematics 517 (AMS). 2010.