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Personal Profile of Dr. Malena Espanol

Since Fall 2019, I am an assistant professor of applied mathematics at Arizona State University. From 2012 to 2019, I was a faculty at The University of Akron. From June 2009 to August 2012, I was a postdoctoral scholar at the California Institute of Technology where I was a member of the Computational Solid Mechanics Group directed by Prof. Michael Ortiz. In May 2009, I obtained my Ph.D. in Mathematics from Tufts University where I worked with Prof. Misha Kilmer. The dissertation title is "Multilevel Methods for Discrete Ill-Posed Problems: Application to Deblurring". I studied Licenciatura (B.Sc.) in Mathematics at Universidad de Buenos Aires. I am a 2013-2014 Project NExT Fellow.
  1. Workshop The 2018 Infinite Possibilities Conference

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    Apr 14, 2018
    10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
      Concurrent Research Talks
    Joanne Beckford (Williams College), Danielle Brager (Arizona State University), Sousada Chidthachack (Ascension Catholic School), Marly Cormar (University of Florida), Malena Espanol (Arizona State University), Naomi Gross (Spelman College), Rosemary Guzman (University of Chicago), Elisabeth Johnson (Drexel University), Grace Joseph (Louisiana Tech University), Isabelle Kemajou-Brown (Morgan State University), Namaluba Malawo (Purdue University), Quiyana Murphy (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), Marisabel Rodriguez Messan (Arizona State University), Caprice Stanley (North Carolina State University), Kaitlin Tademy (Sam Houston State University), Karen Taylor (Bronx Community College), Anila Yadavalli (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)