Statistics, Assistant Professor, College of Engineering and Computing
Building: Nguyen Engineering Building
Mail Stop: 4A7, Fairfax
Kenneth Pasiah’s research interests include Random Number Generation and Applied Statistics. Pasiah's most exciting research project was searching for large-order multiple recursive generators (MRGs). The goal of his project was to create an efficient method to accelerate the computer search of large-order MRGs. Throughout his research, he found that generators could be used for large scale simulations.
He serves in many areas of the statistics department and Dean's office, supporting academic preparation, becoming a mentor and engaging with the department. He has a passion for teaching and will start in Spring 2022.
- Generation of Random Numbers
- Applied statistics
- PhD, Applied Statistics, University of Memphis, 2021
- BS, M.Sc., Mathematics, University of Buea