E-mail: griffinch "at" psu "dot" edu
I am a Research Professor at the
Laboratory (ARL) at Penn State. In the broadest
possible sense, my work is in applied dynamical systems and
optimization. Some of my work is on applied statistics on
(real-world) dynamical systems. Recently I've been focusing
on evolutionary game theory as a way of studying complex
From 2015 - 2017, I took a long break from ARL and taught
at the United States Naval
Academy. I also teach courses at Penn State in the Math Department. I am also pleased to advise students in the
Harold and Inge Marcus Dept. of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering.
In the past, I was a Wigner Fellow in the Computational Sciences and Engineering Division of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory
If you would like to access my teaching materials or information about my research (especially with students), use the menus to the left (they expand). Teaching materials are distributed under a creative commons license. I've posted the source for the lecture notes. If you want a paper that is not on ArXiv send me a note and I'll get it to you. You may also use ResearchGate.