Field of Focus
  • Ecology
  • Computer and Computation Research
  • Experimental and Theoretical Geophysics
  • Sustainable Development
  • Mathematics
  • Modeling
  • Decision, Risk and Management Science
  • Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics
  • M.S. Applied Mathematics, Moscow Institute of Transport Engineers, College of Automatic and Computing Technology, Moscow, USSR, 1974
  • Ph.D. Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Academy of Science of the USSR, 1979

Dr. Sadovski is a Professor of Mathematics at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMUCC), Endowed Ruth Campbell Professor of Coastal and Marine Sciences, and Director of the Office for Information Assurance, Statistics and Quality Control. He teaches different courses in the mathematics program, and is also a member of the Ph.D. faculty in Coastal and Marine System Science at TAMUCC. He has taught undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate courses at the Moscow Institute of Transport Engineers and at Texas A&M System for over 32 years. His course subjects include: Calculus, Real Analysis, ODE, PDE, Linear Algebra, Optimal Control, Probability Theory and Statistics, Stochastic Processes, Operation Research and Decision Making, Optimization, Advanced Mathematical Modeling, Modeling of Natural Systems, Logic, and many more. He was a chair as well as a member of many undergraduate and graduate committees. Over 70 books and papers by Dr. Sadovski have been published in many countries and in different languages. He has been the chair of a few international conferences and seminars as well as the chair of many special sessions at national and international meetings.