Andrew Stuart

Andrew Stuart

Bren Professor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences

Degrees and Appointments

B.S., University of Bristol, 1983; Ph.D., University of Oxford, 1986. Bren Professor, Caltech, 2016-.


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Research Overview

Professor Stuart's research is focused on the development of mathematical and algorithmic frameworks for the seamless integration of models with data. He works in the Bayesian formulation of inverse problems, and in data assimilation for dynamical systems. Quantification of uncertainty plays a significant role in this work. Current applications of interest include a variety of problems in the geophysical sciences, and in graph-based learning.

List of Research Areas

Data Assimilation, Inverse Problems, Stochastic Modeling

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