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Graduate Students

Name Concentration Contact
Ilya Amburg Functional Analysis, Dynamical Systems, Ergodic Theory, and Number Theory
Chris Browne Networks, Social Modeling, Spectral Graph Theory
John Chavis Operations Research, Applied Stochastic Processes, Markov Decision Processes, Queueing Theory and Simulation
Stephen Cowpar Fluid Mechanics, Nonlinear Dynamics
Matthew Davidow Delay-differential Equations, Perturbation Methods
Mateo Diaz Continuous Optimization, High Dimensional Statistics, Convex Geometry, Machine Learning, Data Science
Kun Dong Numerical Linear Algebra, Machine Learning
David Eriksson Optimization, Scientific Computing, Numerical Linear Algebra, Machine Learning, Computational Geometry
Daniel Freund Combinatorial Optimization, Mechanism Design, Transportation, Data Science and more
Marc Aurele Gilles Machine Learning, Optimization, Algorithms
Mark Gluzman Dynamical Systems, PDEs, Optimal Control Theory
Artur Gorokh Nonsmooth Optimization
Matthew Hin Nonlinear Dynamics, Power Systems Models
Andrew Horning Numerical Analysis, Scientific Computing, and Differential Equations
Phillip Jang Stochastic Processes, Functional Data Analysis, Bayesian Inference, Mathematical Finance, Machine Learning
Aurya Javeed Dynamical Systems
Kara Karpman Mathematical epidemiology
Ariah Klages-Mundt
Nicholas LaVigne
Lindsay Mercer
Rinald Murataj Empirical Asset Pricing, Portfolio Management, Investment Strategies
Sophia Novitzky Mathematical Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Mathematical Modeling
Bertrand Ottino-Loffler Dynamical Systems
Irena Papst Dynamical Systems, Mathematical Modelling, Game Theory
Zhengdi Shen Numerical Analysis, Optimal Control, Seismic Imaging
Qinru Shi Optimization
Anna Srapionyan Mathematical Finance
Wayne Isaac Uy Stochastic Systems: Uncertainty Quantification and Propagation
Aditya Vaidyanathan Probability and Analysis
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Lily Wang Probability Theory, Stochastic Processes, Interacting Particle Systems, Mathematical Finance
Heather Wilber Numerical Analysis, Numerical Linear Algebra, Scientific Computing and Numerical Software Development, Spectral Methods

CAM Ph.D. student offices are located in 657 Rhodes Hall.


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