Konstantina Trivisa - homepage
Konstantina Trivisa
Professor
College Park, MD 20742-4015
Department of Mathematics
Email Address:
trivisa@math.umd.edu
Office: Room 3307 (Math Building)
AMSC Office: Room 3101 (Math Building)
Office (RM 3307) Phone: (301) 405-6865
AMSC Office Phone: (301) 405-4489
Office Fax: (301) 314-0827
http://www.math.umd.edu/~trivisa
Education:
BROWN UNIVERSITY
- Ph.D.
in Applied Mathematics, May 1996.
- M.S.
in Applied Mathematics, May 1992.
UNIVERSITY OF PATRAS, GREECE
- B.Sc.
in Mathematics, July 1990.
Research Area:
- Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations - Applied Mathematics
Research Interests:
- Balance Laws in Continuum Physics, Multiphase Flows
- Models of Fluids, Tumor Growth Models
- Kinetic Theory, Self-organized Dynamics
- Applications in Materials Science, Fluid Dynamics and Biology
Academic Positions:
- UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
Professor of Mathematics (2007 - present)
Director of the Applied Mathematics & Statistics, and Scientific Computation
Program (2007 - present)
Associate Director & Professor, Institute for Physical Science & Technology (2008 - present)
ADVANCE Fellow, University of Maryland (2012-present)
ADVANCE Professor, College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences (2010-12)
Associate Professor (2004 - 2007)
Assistant Professor (2000 - 2004)
- NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY (1997 - 2000)
Ralph Boas Assistant Professor of Mathematics
- CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY (1996 - 1997)
Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Nonlinear
Analysis
Awards - Honors:
Simons Fellow (2013) (Simons Foundation - Award 267399)
Title: On the dynamics of fluid motion. Applications in Biology and Ecology
Research Professor, Mathematical Science Research Institute Fellowship (Fall 2013)
ADVANCE Fellow, University of Maryland (2012-present)
ADVANCE Professor, College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences (2010-2012)
NSF Research Grant
DMS-1211519 (Principal Investigator)
NSF Research Grant
DMS-1109397 (Principal Investigator)
NSF Research Grant
DMS-0807815 (2008-2011) (Principal Investigator)
Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (2003-2009)
(
PECASE )
Faculty Early Career Development Award (
CAREER )
(
2003 ) ( National
Science Foundation)
Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow ( 2001) (
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation )
NSF Research Grant
DMS-0072496 2000-2003 (Principal Investigator)
NSF Research Grant INT-9987378 2000-2003 (US-China cooperative
research)
EU-HYKE European Research Fellowship (2004)
EU-TMR European Research Fellowship (1999)
Stella Dafermos Award, Brown University, 1994
Brown University Fellowship (1991-1992), (1993-1994)
Teaching:
MATH 461: Linear Algebra for
Scientists and Engineers - Spring 2015
MATH 648M: Advanced Analytic Methods in Applied Math
- Spring 2011
MATH 412: Advanced Calculus with Applications
- Spring 2010
MATH 462: Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers
- Spring 2009
MATH 424: Introduction to the Mathematics of Finance
- Fall 2007
MATH 462: Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers
- Spring 2006
MATH 405: Linear Algebra
- Spring 2006
MATH 674: Partial Differential Equations II
- Spring 2005
MATH 673: Partial Differential Equations I
- Fall 2004
MATH 424: Introduction to the Mathematics of Finance
- Fall 2002-04, Spring 2002
MATH 630: Real Analysis I
- Spring 2004
MATH 461: Linear Algebra for
Scientists and Engineers - Spring 2001, 2002, Fall 2003
MATH 246:
Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers
- Fall 2002
Office Hours: By appointment.
Conferences Organization:
BIRS2013-Nonlinear Conservation Laws and Related Problems
BIRS2009-Nonlinear Conservation Laws and Related Problems
BIRS2006-Hyperbolic Systems of Conservation Laws and Related Problems
Analysis and Computation of Shocks Blow up and Regularity, May 14-18, 2005
"SIAM Conference on Analysis of Partial Differential Equations," Miami Florida, December 2009.