Send me an email: awanou (at) uic (dot) edu
Teaching Spring 2019: MCS 572 and Math 310
Graduate position available in computational geometric optics: The position is funded by a National Science Foundation grant in applied and computational mathematics. The research to be undertaken is described here OP: Variational Principles, Minimization Diagrams, ... .
Short Bio: I received my Ph.D. in mathematics in 2003 from the University of Georgia and spent two years as a postdoctoral associate at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota. I then worked at Northern Illinois University for seven years before coming to UIC in 2012. In 2009, I was awarded a Sloan Fellowship. My research is partially funded by the National Science Foundation.
Primary research interests: Numerical Analysis of Partial Differential Equations
In a series of papers, I recently explained why standard discretizations work for the Monge-Ampere equation. Earlier in my carrier, I contributed, with D. Arnold and R. Winther, to the resolution of an open problem on finite element methods for symmetric tensors. I also obtained (with D. Arnold) other significant and dramatic results on the serendipity finite elements and new finite element differential forms.
If you have any comments email awanou (at) uic (dot) edu