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I am specifically looking to hire graduate research assistants in:
- sparsity-promoting optimization with applications to earthquake engineering (starting spring 2020)
- signal processing, imaging or event localization with large-scale multiphysics (seismic + electromagnetic) data (starting summer 2020)
Email me if you’re a highly motivated prospective graduate student or undergrad interested in doing research on:
- imaging science
- inverse problems
- computational science
- seismic imaging and source detection
- working with large streaming data sets
- signal processing
Virginia Tech’s math department includes a vibrant community of computational and applied mathematicians. For current students, the department’s weekly numerical analysis seminar is a great opportunity to show off your research and find out about other projects currently happening in the department focused on inverse problems, imaging science, numerical PDEs, optimization, numerical linear algebra, dynamical systems, and reduced order models.
More details about our graduate program can be found here, and about the application process can be found here. Our department’s deadline is January 15.
For US citizens and permanent residents entering graduate school, I recommend applying for the DOE CSGF, a graduate fellowship that provides fantastic computational science resources and training.