Georg Stadler

Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

New York University

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Georg Stadler
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University
251 Mercer Street
New York City, NY 10012, USA

Phone: +1 212 998 3111
Office: #1111 Warren Weaver Hall

My research focus is on applied and computational mathematics, in particular on parallel scientific computing, inverse problems and optimization with PDEs, uncertainty quantification, and numerical methods for variational inequalities. The main applications driving my research are from geophysics and fluid dynamics. If you are interested in a more serious photo, where I am not photo-bombed by a Japanese owl, here’s one.


Teaching: In fall ‘18, I’ll be teaching UA Numerical Analysis and the Advanced topics course Numerical and Variational Methods for Inverse Problems (flyer).

Organization: I’m co-organizing Courant’s Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing Seminar Also organizing a workshop on Optimization and Inversion under Uncertainty as part of the RICAM Special Semester on Optimization 2019.

Funding: My research is supported by NSF (DMS-1723211, EAR-1646337), the Department of Energy (DOE) under the SciDAC-4 program ProSPect, KAUST, and the Simons Foundation.

SISC: I am an associate editor for the SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing

Group: Current PhD students: Karina Koval, Chen Li, Melody Shih, Shanyin Tong (all NYU). Former PhD students: Yair Daon (NYU), Tobin Isaac and Johann Rudi (both at UT Austin, co-advised with Omar Ghattas). Current postdocs at NYU: Andrew Giuliani (co-mentored with Marsha Berger), Tonatiuh Sanchez-Vizuet (co-mentored with Antoine Cerfon), Matt Dunlop (starting 2019).

Postdoc opportunities: I have an open postdoc position focusing on optimization of magnetic fields to confine plasmas. If you are interested, please email me. Please also email me if you have applied to a previous position and are still available and interested.

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