Dr. Colin Grudzien received his Ph.D. in Mathematics in 2016 from UNC Chapel Hill with a focus on Applied Dynamical Systems. Prior to joining the faculty at UNR, Colin was a research assistant at Los Alamos National Laboratory, a postdoc at the Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center in Norway, and a visiting researcher at CEREA, a Joint Laboratory of École des Ponts ParisTech/EDF R&D. Colin's research interests include Bayesian inference and uncertainty quantification in physical systems, and applications in modeling climate and the electric grid.
Colin is also the faculty adviser for the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Student Chapter at UNR. Information on the student chapter can be found in the following link (https://siam-unr.github.io/).
- Data assimilation; stochastic dynamical systems
- Bayesian inference; applications in weather, climate and the electric grid
- STAT 757
- STAT 152
- Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2016
- Bachelor of Science Magna Cum Laude, Mathematics and History, University of Oregon, 2011