Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Statistics
Clark Bowman’s favorite courses to teach have been in computational probability and statistics, and he hopes to bring a “big data” flavor to the statistics curriculum at Hamilton.
His dissertation focused on applied statistics — especially uncertainty quantification — and high-performance modeling in cellular biology. He especially enjoys using statistical tools to connect mathematical models with real data, and he is currently working on large-scale data analytics and modeling of biomarkers from wearable devices (e.g., Fitbits) in collaboration with a research group at the University of Michigan Medical School.
Bowman has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and a bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of Rochester and a master’s degree and doctorate in applied mathematics from Brown University. He taught for one year as a postdoctoral fellow in the Mathematics Department at the University of Michigan.
Recent Courses Taught
Statistical Modeling and Applications
Probability Theory and Applications
- “Dissipative particle dynamics simulation of critical pore size in a lipid bilayer membrane.” C. Bowman, M. Chaplain, and A. Matzavinos. Royal Society Open Science, 6 (3): 181657, 2019.
- “Bayesian uncertainty quantification for particle-based simulation of lipid bilayer membranes.” C. Bowman, K. Larson, A. Roitershtcin, D. Stein, and A. Matzavinos. In Cell Movement: Modeling and Applications. Springer, 2018.
- “Giant acceleration of DNA diffusion in an array of entropic barriers.” D. Kim, C. Bowman, J. T. Del Bonis-O'Donnell, A. Matzaviuos, and D. Stein. Physical Review Letters, 118 (4): 048002, 2017.
- “The potential of iterative voting to solve the separability problem in referendum elections.” C. Bowman, J. K. Hodge, and A. Yu. Theory and Decision, 77 (1): 111-124, 2014.
Society for Mathematical Biology
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
American Mathematical Society
Appointed to the Faculty2019
Ph.D., Brown University
M.S., Brown University
B.S., University of Rochester