Prof. W. Brent Lindquist

W. Brent lindquist TTU Mathematical Finance Program
Curriculum Vita

Contact information

Dept. of Mathematics & Statistics
Texas Tech University
1108 Memorial Circle
Lubbock, TX 79409-1042
104 Mathematics & Statistics
+1 806 834 2348

Research Interests

My research career has impacted five areas:
  1. Computational financial mathematics: reconciling behavioral finance, market microstructure and dynamic asset pricing; risk analytics and optimal portfolios for REITs.
  2. Flow in porous media at the pore scale; I was an early adopter of 3D computed micro-tomography as a research tool in this area.
  3. Application of tools developed in area 2) toward neuroscience, specifically automated 3D identification of neuron morphology.
  4. Flow in porous media at the field scale, particularly the development and application of the front-tracking method, Riemann problems, and scale-up theory for such flows.
  5. Computation of the eighth-order QED contribution to the magnetic moment of the electron (with Toichiro Kinoshita). The electron magnetic moment is the most accurately measured and theoretically computed property of any fundamental particle in physics.