Satbir Malhi's Homepage 

 "By asking for the impossible, we obtain the best possible"

                                                                                                                                                                               - Giovanni Niccolini 

Satbir Malhi is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Franklin and Marshall College. He is also a  2019 MAA Project NExT (Silver dot) fellow. 

Satbir completed his Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in 2019 under the supervision of Dr. Milena Stanislavova.  His research interests range from the general study of partial differential equations with connection to C0-semigroup theory as well as functional, Fourier, and harmonic analysis. Recently, He has incorporated the study of numerical analysis into his research to make it accessible to our undergraduate students. An interesting article was written about his research presentation at Lafeyette College: Romance and Chaos in love affairs with Differential Calculus.

He is originally from Punjab, a state in Northern India, where he was raised in an agrarian community and worked as a farmer for the majority of his life. In his free time Satbir practices yoga and meditation, he also plays tennis as well as cricket.

His current teaching includes Math 229- Linear Algebra and Differential Equations and Math 109-Calculus. His teachings also can be found on his Youtube channel MathisLife


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