Department of Mathematics
University of Arizona
Member, Program in Applied Mathematics
Member, Statistics GIDP
mmo [at] math [dot] arizona [dot] edu
My research interests are numerical analysis of Monte Carlo and data assimilation methods and their applications. I create and analyze methods and algorithms that are useful in applications in science and engineering, for example in numerical weather prediction or for studying geomagnetic dipole reversals.
My research is supported by NSF, NRL and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
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Jesse Adams, Applied Mathematics. Projects: studying super-chrons and the geomagnetic polartiy time-scale by feature-based data assimilation; inverse problems in X-ray radiography.
Travis Harty, Applied Mathematics. Project: intra-hour forecasting of global horizontal irradiance for solar power.
Kyle Gwirtz, Applied Mathematics. Project: geomagnetic data assimilation.
Spencer Lunderman, Mathematics. Project: feature-based data assimilation.
Jessica Pillow, Applied Mathematics. Project: Inverse problems in X-ray radiography.
Shivansh Singh Chauhan, Computer Science.
Andrew Leach, Applied Mathematics, co-advised with Kevin Lin. Dissertation: Monte Carlo methods for stochastic differential equations and their applications. Position after graduation: Google, Machine Learning Engineer.
Antonio Lorenzo, Optical sciences, co-advised with Alex Cronin. Dissertation: Short-term irradiance forecasting using an irradiance sensor network, satellite imagery, and data assimilation. Position after graduation: Research Scientist at the University of Arizona.
Tene Carter (undergraduate), Computer Science and Mathematics double major.
Rafael Orozco (undergraduate), Computer Science, Mathematics minor. Now: undergraduate student and Bucknell University
Snapshots of modern mathematics from Oberwolfach article about merging models and data (2018)
UA News story about geomagnetic reversals (2017)
UA News story about Sloan Research Fellowship (2016)
Office: ENR2 S331
Email: mmo [at] math [dot] arizona [dot] edu
Mail: 617 N. Santa Rita Ave., P.O. Box 210089 Tucson, AZ 85721-0089, USA