WELCOME


Website of Travis Askham.



ABOUT ME

I’m a Research Associate of Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington. My research interests are in the area of scientific computing, specifically the solution and analysis of PDEs and the analysis of scientific data.

My curriculum vitae can be found here. If needed, here’s a relatively recent photo.

RESEARCH

Preprints

The latest and greatest can be found on the arXiv e-print server:

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Software

Some of my scientific software is freely available on GitHub:

  • optdmd — a MATLAB software package for computing the optimized dynamic mode decomposition (DMD).
  • varpro2 — a MATLAB software package for solving separable nonlinear least squares problems.
  • RobustDMD.jl — a julia package for computing the dynamic mode decomposition with robust penalties.

Publications

My CV should contain up-to-date publication information. My Google scholar page can also be a useful resource.

Thesis

My Ph.D. thesis focused on integral-equation methods for the solution of inhomogeneous elliptic partial differential equations in complex geometry. It can be downloaded here. Known errata.

Talks and Video Abstracts

Here are some recent video abstracts and recorded talks:

TEACHING

Course webpages

Some recent teaching videos

BLOG

This is a personal weblog. The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer. Disclaimer here.

CONTACT ME

Email: [my last name] [at] uw [dot] edu