Professor of Mathematics, W. A. "Tex" Moncrief, Jr., Endowed Chair No. 4 in Simulation-Based Engineering Sciences,
University of Texas at Austin, 2018 - .
Professor of Mathematics, University of Oxford, 2017 - 2018.
Official Student (i.e. tutorial fellow), Christ Church, Oxford, 2017 - 2018 .
Visiting Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado at
Boulder, 2017 - .
Affiliated Professor, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, 2017 - .
Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado at
Boulder, 2015 - 2017.
Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado at
Boulder, 2010 - 2015.
Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado at
Boulder, 2005 - 2010.
Gibbs Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics, Yale University, 2004 - 2005.
Gibbs Instructor of Applied Mathematics, Yale University, 2002 - 2004.
Ph.D. in Computational and Applied Mathematics,
University of Texas at Austin, June 2002. Thesis.
Tekn. Lic. in Mathematics, Chalmers University of Technology,
Sep. 1998. Thesis.
Civ. Ing. in Engineering Physics, Chalmers University of Technology,
Dec. 1995. Thesis.
Other professional activities:
Chair of Scientific Steering Committee, MathDataLab, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, 2017 - .
Associate editor of SIAM Journal on Scientific Computation, 2012 - 2021.
Associate editor of Advances in Computational Mathematics, 2012 - .
Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Applied Mathematics, U Colorado Boulder, 2012 - 2017.
Awards, recognition, etc:
2021: SIAM fellow.
2021: Keynote speaker at SIAM annual meeting.
2017: SIAM Germund Dahlquist Prize.
2014: Principal lecturer for NSF/CBMS conference on Fast Direct Solvers for Elliptic PDEs.
2008 - 2014: NSF Career award.
2012: Wenner-Gren Foundation Fellowship.
2012: College Scholar Award, Arts and Sciences, CU-Boulder.
Principal funding sources (not listing conference awards, scholarships, etc):
2020 - 2023: NSF award "FRG: Collaborative Research: Randomized Algorithms for Solving Linear Systems". PI. $1.37M. UT component $677k DMS-1952735.
2018 - 2022: ONR award "Randomized methods for accelerating linear solvers and matrix factorization algorithms". Sole PI. $824,000, N00014-18-1-2354.
2020 - 2023: NSF award "Collaborative Research: Nonoscillatory Phase Methods for the Variable Coefficient Helmholtz Equation in the High-Frequency Regime". $112k, DMS-2012606.
2018 - 2021: EPSRC award "Randomised Algorithms for Matrix Computations". Sole PI. £331k. EP/R019215/1. (Declined due to relocation.)
2016 - 2019: NSF award " Randomized Algorithms for Matrix Computations". Sole PI. $250,000, DMS-1620472.
2014 - 2017: NSF award "EXTREEMS - QED: Directions in Data Discovery (Data Cubed) in Undergraduate Education''. Co-PI, $590,300, DMS-1407340.
2013 - 2014: DARPA award "Randomized methods for linear algebra and data analysis",
sole PI, $188,916, N66001-13-1-4050.
2013 - 2016: NSF award "Scalable and accurate direct solvers for integral equations on surfaces",
with Denis Zorin (NYU), U. Colorado component is $219,187, DMS-1320652.
2009 - 2012: NSF award "CDI-Type I: Geometrical Image Processing with Fast Randomized Algorithms",
with Francois Meyer, $535 784, #0941476.
2008 - 2013: NSF award
"CAREER: Fast Direct Solvers for Differential and Integral Equations",
sole PI, $400 000, DMS 0748488.
2006 - 2009: NSF award
"Fast direct solvers for boundary value problems",
sole PI, $151 600, DMS 0610097.
A detailed vita (updated irregularly).