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 The Department of Mathematical Sciences graduated a large number students this spring and summer.  There were nine Master of Science graduates, three of whom are continuing to the Doctor of Philosophy.  There were also seven PhD graduates. 

​​Congratulations to the new PhD students and their advisors!  Front row (l to r): Chuan Bi, Hua Chen, Yvonne Ou (and future alum Lukas Plechac), Seth Cowall, Jake Jacavage, Allan Hungria.  Back row: Kevin Aiton, Toby Driscoll, Pam Cook, Constantin Bacuta.

Those earning the MS (and their interests) were:

 

  • Abhijit Baruah
  • Soumyo Biswas 
  • Elijah Carrick
  • Li-An Chen (continuing to PhD)
  • Alex Dishong (with a thesis in computational topology)
  • Katherine Funk (continuing to PhD)
  • Zexi Li
  • Theodore Mishura (continuing to PhD)
  • Amy Tucker

 

 L to r: Allan Hungria, Jacob Jacavage, Seth Cowall, Samuel Cogar, Amy Tucker.

The following students earned PhDs; the thesis title and advisor are in parentheses.

 

  • Kevin Aiton ("Adaptive partition of unity methods for Chebyshev polynomial approximation and nonlinear additive Schwarz preconditioning," Tobin Driscoll)
  • Chuan Bi ("Direct and Inverse Problems for Composite Materials," Yvonne Ou)
  • Hua Chen ("Biot's model and its applications in bone acoustics and wave-ice interactions," Philippe Guyenne)
  • Sam Cogar ("New Eigenvalue Problems in Inverse Scattering," David Colton & Peter Monk)
  • Seth Cowall ("A Mathematical Exploration of Phytoplankton Blooms in the North Atlantic," L Pamela Cook & Matthew Oliver)
  • Allan Hungria ("Using HDG+ to Compute Solutions of the Linear Elastic and Poroelastic Wave Equations," Francisco-Javier Sayas & Peter Monk)
  • Jacob Jacavage  ("A least squares method for mixed variational formulations of partial differential equations," Constantin Bacuta)

We wish all of the graduates continued success in mathematics or any other field that they choose to conquer! 

 

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The Department of Mathematical Sciences graduated a large number students this spring and summer.  There were nine Master of Science graduates, three of whom are continuing to the Doctor of Philosophy.  There were also seven PhD graduates.

​Congratulations to the 2019 Graduates!

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