PhD (Applied Mathematics), University of South Florida, 2014
Stochastic dynamical systems, analysis and applications; Epidemiology (Mathematical modeling of infectious diseases); Computational biology; Data mining; and Time varying parameter estimation scheme for stochastic differential equations.
Dr. Otunuga is an Assistant Professor in the department of mathematics.. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Pure and Applied Mathematics from University of South Florida and his M.A. degree in Mathematics from Marshall University.
Dr. Otunuga has rich key strength in analyzing complex data using innovative and/or existing statistical methods. He has a broad range of interests in applying statistical methodological tools for solving real problems in biomedicine and public health.
He developed a patent titled “Local lagged Adapted Generalized Method of Moments Dynamic Process” with patent number US 10,719,578. The patent, abbreviated LLGMM, was granted and issued on July 21, 2020. The embodiments described in the patent are directed towards the development of a time varying parameter and state estimation scheme. More information on the patent can be found on the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) website.
Calculus with Analytic Geometry I, II, III; Differential Equations; Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis; Partial Differential Equations; Applied Partial Differential Equations; Probability and Statistics 1; and Stochastic Modeling and Applications