Mihhail Berezovski

Title
Associate Professor
Email
Department
Mathematics Department
College
College of Arts & Sciences

Office Hours

M,W,Th,F: 10AM-noon via ZOOM

Areas of Expertise

Numerical Methods, Adaptive algorithms, Material Science, Data Science, Industrial Mathematics, Undergraduate Research

Mihhail Berezovski


Mihhail Berezovski is currently the tenure-track Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences and coordinator for Data Science track within B.S. in Computational Mathematics program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

His research centers on two disciplines: computational mathematics for material science and data-enabled industrial mathematics.

His research in computational mathematics for material science is focusing on adaptive algorithms for numerical simulations of dynamic energy redistribution in advance and novel materials such as spatio-temporal composites and micro-structured, multifunctional, and hierarchical metamaterials.

His new research area of interest is mathematical and statistical modelling, and numerical methods and algorithms for data-enabled problems in social studies and real-world industrial problems.

He also contributes a lot of time and energy in various educational initiatives for undergraduates to promote the next generation of cross-disciplinary data-enabled research with applications in business, industry, and government. He has successfully collaborated on multiple projects involving undergraduate students with many industrial partners.

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $360,000 grant to Dr. Mihhail Berezovski for the development of a Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) site. The REU site will provide undergraduate students with opportunities to participate in authentic research projects in data-enabled industrial mathematics.

The three-year grant was funded by NSF’s Division of Mathematical Sciences. It will support 10 participants for an 9-week period in the summer of each REU year, mentored by three faculty members, three mentors from industry, and two graduate students.

Mihhail is in the rock star category of teaching. He brings energy and excitement to the classroom. He is not afraid to experiment with technologies in the classroom, but it is mainly his style and humor that keeps his students alert. He connects with students, and they respond to him. This is evidenced by his excellent evaluations.

Mihhail Berezovski holds a B.S. in Computer Science, and a M.S. and PhD in Engineering Physics from Tallinn University of Technology. He did his post-doctoral work at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.


  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Mechanics, Tallin Technological University

  • MA 490: Capstone Project
  • MA 345: Diff Equations & Matrix Method
  • MA 210: Introduction to Data Science
  • MA 441: Math Methods Engr & Physics I
  • MA 390: Rsrch Proj in Industrial Math

MA222, MA241, MA242, MA243, MA345, MA395D, MA441, MA442, MA490, MA499



2015-present Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics, 
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach, Florida, USA.

2011-2015 Postdoctoral Scholar
Department of Mathematical Sciences, 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA.

2011-2015 Researcher
Department of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics,
Institute of Cybernetics at TUT, Estonia.

2010-2011 Assigned Researcher
Laboratory of Wave Engineering,
Institute of Cybernetics at TUT, Estonia.

2005-2010 Researcher/ System Administrator
Department of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics,
Institute of Cybernetics at TUT, Estonia.

2003-2005 Engineer
Department of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics,
Institute of Cybernetics at TUT, Estonia.


​Member - SIAM Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

2010 SIAM Student Travel Award to attend the SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science (MS10), May 23-26, 2010, Philadelphia, USA.

2011 ESF DoRa grant (European Social Fund: Doctoral Studies and Internationalization Programme) to attend the 3rd International Conference for Heterogeneous Materials Mechanics (ICHMM 2011), May 22-26, 2011, Shanghai, China.

2010 ESF DoRa grant (European Social Fund: Doctoral Studies and Internationalization Programme) to attend 20th International Workshop on Computational Mechanics of Materials (IWCMM 2010) September 7-10, 2010, Loughborough, UK.

2010 ESF DoRa grant (European Social Fund: Doctoral Studies and Internationalization Programme) to attend the SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science (MS10), May 23-26, 2010, Philadelphia, USA.