Assistant Professor of Mathematics
BA, Bucknell University; MPS, Cornell University; PhD, University of New Hampshire
Office: Hyde Hall 305
Spring office hours:
Monday 2:15pm – 3:00pm
Tuesday 1:00pm – 2:00pm
About Professor Laflamme
Eric Laflamme earned his PhD in mathematics from UNH, a Masters degree in applied statistics from Cornell University, and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Bucknell University. His research includes work on traffic operations, climate change impact, and extreme value theory. Eric is passionate about applying statistics to solve real-world problems and teaching.
- Laflamme, E.M. and Ossenbruggen, P.J. (2017). Effect of time-of-day and day-of-the-week on congestion duration and breakdown: A case study at a bottleneck in Salem, NH. Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering, in press.
- Laflamme, E.M., Linder, E., and Pan, Y. (2015). Statistical downscaling of regional climate model output to achieve projections of precipitation extremes. Journal of Weather and Climate Extremes, Volume 12, pp. 15-23.
- Ossenbruggen, P.J. and Laflamme, E.M. (2012). Time Series Analysis and Models of Freeway Performance. Journal of Transportation Engineering, Volume 138, No. 8, pp. 1030-1050.
- Ossenbruggen, P.J., Laflamme, E.M., and Linder, E. (2012). Congestion Probability and Traffic Volatility. Transportation Research Record (TRR), Journal of the Transportation Research Board. TRB Paper Number: 12-2029.
- Contributor. Statistics and Probability with Applications for Engineers and Scientists by Bhisham C. Gupta and Irwin Guttman, John Wiley & Sons.
Awards or recognition
- Distinguished Mathematics Professor 2014-2015, PSU Math Association
- MA 2300 Statistics I
- MA 2550 Calculus I
- MA 3280 Regression Analysis
- MA 3500 Probability & Statistics for Scientists
- Director, Statistical Consulting Center, Plymouth State University (2014 – present)