Adam Mihalik

UCSD Department of Mathematics


Center for Computational Mathematics


Office: AP&M 5768

Graduate student working with the Holst Research Group


curriculum vitae


research interests

Adaptive numerical methods, finite element exterior calculus, nonlinear PDE, financial mathematics.

papers

M. Holst, A. Mihalik and R. Szypowski, Convergence and Optimality of Adaptive Mixed Methods on Surfaces, submitted for publication, arXiv:1404.1946.

M. Holst, A. Mihalik and R. Szypowski, Convergence and Optimality of Adaptive Methods in the Finite Element Exterior Calculus Framework, submitted for publication, arXiv:1306.1886v2.


recent research talks

Center for Computational Mathematics Seminar UCSD 2/18/14
Convergence and Optimality of an Adaptive Mixed Finite Element Method on Surfaces

Center for Computational Mathematics Seminar UCSD 5/6/13
Convergence of Adaptive Methods in the Finite Element Exterior Calulus Framework

Computational Science Mathematics and Engineering Seminar UCSD 10/18/12
Adaptive Methods, Nonlinear PDE, and Surface FEM in the FEEC Framework


teaching


Associate Instructor:
Math 10B Summer 2013


Teaching Assistant:
Math 170B Spring 2014 ; HW Solutions
Math 194 Winter 2014
Math 174/274 Fall 2014
Math 170B Spring 2013
Math 170A Fall 2012
Math 270C Spring 2012
Math 20F Winter 2012
Math170A Fall 2011


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