David G. Hudak, Ph.D.
Department Head, Mathematics (Mathematics)
Professor of Actuarial Science and Mathematics (Mathematics)
412-397-4056 phone (M)
John Jay 313
- Ph.D., Mathematics, Carnegie Mellon University, 1987
- Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics, St. Vincent College, 1981
- Master of Science, Applied Mathematics, Carnegie Mellon University, 1983
- Fall 2009 - Present, Director of Actuarial Science Program, Robert Morris University
- Fall 2009 - Present, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Actuarial Science, Robert Morris University
- Fall 2003 - Summer 2009, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Actuarial Science, Robert Morris University
- October 2001 - July 2003, Actuary, Tower Perrin, Pittsburgh, PA
- March 1997 - September 2001, Actuary, William Mercer Consulting, Pittsburgh, PA
- August 1992 - February 1997, Analyst, TASC, Arlington, VA
- August 1987 - July 1992, Member of Research Staff, Center for Naval Analyses, Arlington, VA
Area of Expertise/Research
- Statistics, Actuarial Science
estimating the fracture toughnes of Al-7Si-Mg alloys by sharp-notch tensile
test results (with M. Tiryakioglu), Material Sciences and Engineering, 2008
estimates of the Weibull parameters by the linear regression method (with
M. Tiryakioglu), Journal of Material Sciences, 2008
Estimating Weibull Modulus by the Linear Regression Method (with M.
Tiryakioglu), Journal of Material
Macro Approach to Estimating Correlated Random Variables in Engineering
Production Projects (with M. Maxwell), Journal of Construction Management
and Economics. 2007.
Distributions for Judgmental Bias, 1994.
Risk Analysis Journal, Volume 14, Number 6, 1994.
Element Applications in Electromagnetics, Boundary Element Conference, Southampton, England, 1988.