Kevin K Lin

Department of Mathematics
University of Arizona
617 N. Santa Rita Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85721-0089

Phone: (520) 626-6628
E-mail: klin@math.arizona.edu

URL: http://math.arizona.edu/~klin

Education

Affiliations at the University of Arizona

Positions held

Support

Publications

Please see my research page.

Teaching

Please see my teaching page.

Professional service

Editorial board of Journal of Computational Dynamics.

Current students

Patrick GreenePhD student, Program in Applied Mathematics
Kyle GwirtzPhD student, Program in Applied Mathematics
Jared McBridePhD student, Program in Applied Mathematics, entered 2016 (joint with Shankar Venkataramani)
Zhuocheng XiaoPhD student, Program in Applied Mathematics, entered 2016

Alumni

Laura Figueroa Resa Summer student 2016 (co-advising with Tracy Stepien) visiting from UNAM via UA Global Initiative
Lizzie HannahMathematics Major. Lizzie wrote an Honors Thesis on "Constraining Frisbee Tracking Methods Through Bayesian Analysis of Flying Disc Models."
Dustin KeysBS in mathematics UA 2012. Now a PhD student in Applied Mathematics at the University of Arizona.
Andrew LeachPhD Applied Mathematics 2017 (co-advised with Matthias Morzfeld) wrote a dissertation on Monte Carlo methods and stochastic differential equations.
David LyttlePhD Applied Mathematics 2013 (co-advised with Jean-Marc Fellous). David wrote a dissertation on inhibition-mediated neural dynamics in the rodent spatial navigation system, then held an NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship at Case Western Reserve University and a postdoctoral fellowship in the Neural Circuits and Memory Lab at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
Kyle MarshallBS in Mathematics UA 2009. Now an engineering PhD student at the University of Zürich.
Megan ShearerBS in mathematics UA 2016. Megan wrote a thesis on implicit sampling and particle filters, and is now a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Michigan.
Vera ThorntonBS in Mathematics UA 2017. Vera wrote two Honors Theses, one with me on in-silico evolution of gene regulatory networks and another with Bob Wilson on decsion making.
Jason XuBS in mathematics UA 2012. Jason wrote an Honors Thesis on MCMC, went on to earn a PhD in Statistics from the University of Washington, and is now an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at UCLA Biomath.
This page was last updated on September 19, 2017.