Kevin K Lin
School of Mathematical Sciences
University of Arizona
Here's my weekly schedule. If you need to see me but cannot attend an office hour, please email or call for an appointment. Meetings are, by default, online, though I will meet people in person provided they agree to properly wear a mask. If you're a member of the Department of Mathematics, you can use this link. Otherwise, email me and I'll send you a Zoom link, or just call my office.
Research. I'm generally interested in nonlinear dynamics, computing, and applications. Specific current interests include
- Data-driven modeling and model reduction,
- Monte Carlo methods, and
- dynamical problems in various areas of physics, biology, and engineering, especially computational neuroscience.
I'm on the editorial boards of the SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems and the Journal of Computational Dynamics, and am UA's university rep for the Fannie and John Hertz Foundation. Please feel free to send me questions about either journal or about the Hertz Fellowship.
MATH 577 Monte Carlo Methods
This page was last updated on January 13, 2022.