Kevin K Lin
Associate Head, STEM Instruction
Department of Mathematics
The University of Arizona
Office: Math 606 / 213
(520) 626-6628 / 621-2579
Fax (520) 621-8322
617 N. Santa Rita Ave.
- Wednesdays 1200--1250 in Math 220 (starting 9/4)
- Thursdays 1330--1430 in Math 606
1400--1500 in Math 213 1200--12501400--1500 in Math 606
Research-wise, I'm generally interested in nonlinear dynamics, computing, and applications. Specific current interests include
- Model reduction / closure borrowing ideas from dynamical systems and statistical mechanics;
- Monte Carlo methods for computing, e.g., statistical properties of chaotic and random dynamical systems; and
- applications to stochastic modeling, uncertainty quantification, and data assimilation of physical, biological, and engineered systems. I'm especially interested in computational neuroscience.
I'm on the editorial board of the Journal of Computational Dynamics. If you have any questions related to the journal, please feel free to ask.
Math 464 Theory of Probability
This page was last updated on August 30, 2019.