Marvin Bishop, PHD

Marvin Bishop, PHD

Professor

Department : Mathematics

Email : marvin.bishop@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7385

Office : RLC 201

Education

PHD, Columbia University
MS, New York University
BS, CUNY: City College

Research

My research interests include simulation of polymer systems, fluids and parallel processing.

Professional Experience

  • Full Professor at Manhattan College 1993-
  • Visiting Scientist at U.M.I.S.T.1988-91
  • Associate Professor at Manhattan College 1986-93
  • Assistant Professor at Manhattan College 1983-86
  • Research Scientist at Courant Institute 1982-83
  • Visiting Scientist at University of Amsterdam 1981-82
  • Assistant Professor at Fordham University 1976-81
  • Research Assistant Professor at SUNY Albany 1975-76
  • Visiting Assistant Professor at Howard University1974-75
  • Research Associate at Columbia University 1973-74
  • Research Associate at the National Bureau of Standards 1971-73

Publications & Professional Activities

  • B.T. Merriman and M. Bishop, ”Monte Carlo Simulations of Two Dimensional Hard Particle Binary Mixtures”, Comp. Educ. J., 2 no. 3, 25 (2011).
  • M. Kosmas, T. Forzaglia and M. Bishop, ”End-to-End Distances in Four-Junction Polymers”, Macromolecular Theory and Simulation, 20, 806 (2011).
  • M. Bishop and P. A. Whitlock, ”Monte Carlo study of four dimensional binary hard hypersphere mixtures”, J. Chem. Phys., 136, 014506 (2012).
  • B.T. Merriman and M. Bishop, "Modeling and Simulation of Ideal Linear and Ring Polymers with Brownian Dynamics”, Comp. Educ. J., 3 no. 1, 32 (2012).
  • M. Waldron and M. Bishop, "Modeling and Simulation of Two Dimensional Ideal Linear and Ring Polymers with Brownian Dynamics", Comp. Educ. J.,  3 no. 3, 2 (2012).
  • K.A. Magalotti and M. Bishop, "Measuring Errors in Computer Simulation", Comp. Educ. J.,  3 no. 4, 72 (2012).
  • M. Bishop and P. A. Whitlock, ”Phase Transitions in four dimensional binary hard hypersphere mixtures”, J. Chem. Phys., 138, 084502 (2013).
  • C. von Feber, M. Bishop, T. Forzaglia and C. Reid,  “Form Factor of Simple Three and Four Junction Comb Polymers”, Macromolecules, 46 (6), 2468 (2013).
  • J. Havlicik and M. Bishop, "Monte Carlo Simulations of Two Dimensional Hard Particle Binary Mixtures with Various Compositions", Comp. Educ. J.,  4 no. 3, 14 (2013).
  • M.A. Balady and M. Bishop, "Monte Carlo Simulations of Two Dimensional Hard Particle Fluids", Comp. Educ. J.,  4 no. 3, 78 (2013).
  • M.A. Balady and M. Bishop, "Monte Carlo Simulations of Three Dimensional Hard Particle Fluids", Comp. Educ. J.,  5 no. 2, 25 (2014).
  • M.A. Balady and M. Bishop, "Monte Carlo Simulations of Three Dimensional Mixtures of Hard Particles", Comp. Educ. J.,  5 no. 2, 107 (2014).
  • M. Perrelli and M. Bishop, "Monte Carlo Simulations of Ideal Two Dimensional H-Combs", Comp. Educ. J.,  5 no. 3, 25 (2014).
  • M.A. Balady and M. Bishop, "Monte Carlo Studies of Hard Sphere Solids", Comp. Educ. J.,  5 no. 3, 76 (2014).
  • G. Zajac and M. Bishop, "Monte Carlo Studies of Ideal Three Dimensional Linear Polymers", Comp. Educ. J.,  5 no. 4, 107 (2014).
  •  C. von Ferber, M. Bishop, T. Forzaqlia, C. Reed and G. Zajac, "The Shapes of Simple Three and Four Junction Comb Polymers", J. Chem. Phys,  142, 024901 (2015).
  • G. Zajac and M. Bishop, "Monte Carlo Studies of Ideal Multi-Branch Polymers", Comp. Educ. J., 6 no. 1, 44 (2015).

Honors & Awards

Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Magna Cum Laude, Ward Medal in Chemistry, Prager Prize, Marks Neidle Prize in Physical Chemistry, American Men and Women of Science, Who's Who in the East, Who's Who in the World, Woodrow Wilson Fellow, New York State Regents Fellow, NIH Pre-Doctoral Fellow, NRC-NBS Postdoctoral Fellow

Professional Memberships

Association for Computing Machinery and the American Chemical Society

Grants

ACS-PRF type G grant, Fordham University Faculty Research grant, two National Resource in Computational Chemistry grants, four ACS-PRF type B grants, three IBM Computer Literacy Project grants, two Cornell National Supercomputer Facility grants, two NATO grants, Howard Hughes Education Initiative grant, four Manhattan College Summer grants

Other

I am a referee for the Journal of Chemical Physics, Macromolecules, Chemical Physics Letters, the Journal of Statistical Physics, the Journal of Computational Physics and Physical Review.

Courses Taught/Teaching

CMPT 102      Computer Science II  
CMPT 312      Operating Systems
CMPT 336      Simulation and Modeling
CMPT 353      Systems Programming
CMPT 468      Topics in Computer Science
CMPT 469      Independent Study
MATH 185      Calculus I
MATH 285      Calculus III