Manoj Lamichhane

Instructor - 9
Manoj Lamichhane

Phone 863-874-8417

Location Main Campus

Office IST-2027-D

Directory Applied Mathematics

Dr. Manoj Lamichhane is a math instructor at Florida Polytechnic University. Prior joining Florida Poly, Lamichhane was an assistant professor of mathematics at University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee at Waukesha for two years. He worked as a visiting faculty at Western Kentucky University for one year, following his attainment of a Ph.D. 2016.
  • Excellence teaching Award, The University of Toledo, 2014
  • Wayne Dancer Memorial Scholarship, The University of Toledo, 2013
  • President, Tampa Bay Nepalese Community, 2022- Current
  • Secretary, Non-Resident Nepalese Association Florida, 2022-Current
  • Ph.D. in Mathematics, The University Of Toledo, 2016
  • M.A. in Mathematics, The University Of Toledo, 2012 
  • M.S. in Mathematics, Tribhuwan University, 2007 
  • B.S. in Mathematics and Physics, Tribhuwan Universty, 2004
  • Lie Algebra
  • Differential Geometry
  • Differential Equation and Stability Theory
  • Math Education
  • Member, American Mathematical Society (Membership expired now)
  • Member, Association of Nepalese Mathematician in America
  • Lamichhane Manoj, R Ghanam, G Thompson: Minimal Matrix Representation of Decomposable Lie Algebra Less or Equals to five. Extracta Mathematica Vol 33, 219-227 (2018)
  • Lamichhane Manoj, R Ghanam, G Thompson: Minimal Matrix Representations of Lie Algebra with non-trivial Levi decompositions. Arabian Journal of Mathematics Vol 6, 281-296
  • Kedar Nepal, Krishna Pokharel, Deepak Basyal, Debendra Banjade and Manoj Lamichhane, “What are possible sources of common and persistent student errors in algebra and calculus?”. Mathematics Education Forum Chitwan, 6(6), 8-29, ISSN: 2645-8500, Dec 2021.

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