Kaya Imre is an applied mathematician mainly working on certain problems in plasma physics. Presently, he is a consultant at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences of New York University, at the Magneto-Fluid Dynamics Division, with which he has had continuing association since 1981.

Kaya Imre graduated from the Istanbul Technical University in 1953 with a MS degree in ME. In 1958, he obtained a MS degree in Appl. Math. from University of Michigan, where he was also awarded a PhD in Nucl. Eng. in 1960.

- Radiation Lab., U. of Mich.
- ÇNAEM (
Çekmece Nuclear Research and Training Center), Istanbul, Turkey- Conductron Corp., AnnArbor, Mich.
- College of Staten Island (CUNY)
--formerly Richmond College(retired at 1994)

Plasma Physics:- Kinetic Theory and Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Statistical Mechanics, Relativistic Plasmas, Wave Propagation, Absorption of Waves across Resonance Layers, Statistical methods for Profile Shape Analyses, Hamiltonian Formalism.
Heat Transfer:- Optimal fin shape design, Computational nonlinear heat transfer.
Polymer Chemistry:- Diffusion theory for multi-component graft polymerization.

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