Aimé Fournier
Research Associate Professor

Student Commons Building 4126

Office hours for 2019f: Tuesday, Thursday 10:50 am–11:40 or by appointment or drop-in

Member of the Center for Computational Mathematics.

Other research Interests and Applications:

general relativity, inverse problems, machine learning, seismo-electromagnetism, uncertainty quantification, wildfire simulation.

Recent Publications:

Courses taught:

  • 2015 Fall: Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (14 students)
  • 2016
    • Spring: Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (21 students)
    • Summer: Numerical Analysis I (17 students)
    • Fall: Topics in Applied Mathematics (7 graduate students)<
  • 2017
    • Spring: Calculus II (24 students)
    • Fall: Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (14 students); Readings in Mathematics: Riemannian Geometry (5 graduate students)
  • 2018
    • Spring: Numerical Analysis I (20 students); Readings in Mathematics: Gravitation and Cosmology (4 graduate students)
    • Fall: Numerical Analysis I (20 students); Readings in Mathematics: Einstein's Field Equations (4 graduate students)
  • 2019
    • Spring: Calculus II (online, 22 students); Math Clinic (11 students); Readings in Mathematics: Burgers & Navier-Stokes (5 graduate students)
    • Fall: Math Clinic (9 students); Independent Study: Tensor analysis and curvature (1 graduate student)

I am also the PhD Research Advisor for Vince Herr, and serve on the PhD Comittee for Mengjie Yao.

In 2018 I advised MS projects in Mathematical and Statistical Sciences for Alexa Desautels and Maryam Khazaei Pool.