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These are the students from my research group and their current location.

Current and Former Students

Magda Stolarska

Magda Stolarska

PhD Thesis title: Modeling Crack Growth by Level Sets

Current position:
Associate Professor
Mathematics Department Associate Chair
Associate Director, Center for Applied Mathematics
University of St. Thomas

Anthony Tongen

Anthony Tongen

PhD Thesis Title: A Continuum Model for Multigrain Thin Film Deposition

Current position:
Professor, Mathematics and Statistics
James Madison University

Michael Rempe

Michael Rempe

PhD Thesis Title: Efficient Computational Strategies for Simulating Neural Activity on Branched Structures

Current position:
Associate Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science
Whitworth University

Benjamin Vaughan

Benjamin Vaughan

Phd Thesis Title: Application of the EXtended Finite Element Method in Mathematical Biology

Current position:
Associate Professor, Mathematical Sciences
University of Cincinnati

Bryan Smith

Bryan Smith

PhD Thesis Title: The EXtended Finite Element Method for Special Problems with Moving Interfaces

Current position:
Vice President of Research
Movio

Brian Merkey

Brian Merkey

PhD Thesis Title: Biofilm Modeling for Wastewater Treatment : Multiple Species and Multiple Components

Current position:
Actuarial Analyst
Gunderson Lutheran Hospital

Richard Kublik

Richard Kublik

PhD Thesis Title: Locally Adaptive Time Stepping in Numerical Simulations for Neuroscience

Current position:
Research and Development
Materials Resources, LLC

Jared Hicks

Jared Hicks

PhD Thesis Title: Fluid-Structure Interaction in Continuum Models of Bacterial Biofilms

Current position:
Senior Computer Scientist
MITRE

Narut Sereewattanawoot

Narut Sereewattanawoot

PhD Topic: Parallel implementation of the locally adaptive time stepping method applied to neural simulations and the Cahn-Hilliard equation

Noah Ford

Noah Ford

PhD topic: Modeling bacterial biofilms

Colton Bryant

Colton Bryant

PhD topic: Simulating particles in two fluid flows using the level set method with a chimera grid