Associate Professor of Mathematics

stadler@cims.nyu.edu

212-998-3111

Warren Weaver Hall, Office 1111

Ph.D. (Dr.), Mathematics, University of Graz, Austria, 2004.

M.S. (Mag.), Mathematics, University of Graz, Austria, 2001.

M.S. (Mag.), Mathematics and Geometry Education, Graz University of Technology and University of Graz, Austria, 2001.

My research focuses on the development of efficient methods and algorithms for the numerical solution of large-scale application problems governed by partial differential equations (PDE). I'm particularly interested in deterministic and probabilistic methods for inverse problems, PDE-constrained optimization, numerical methods for variational inequalities, and in parallel scientific computing.

Most of my research is driven by problems in computational earth science, e.g., mantle flow and plate tectonics, seismic wave propagation, subsurface flow and the dynamics of polar ice sheets.

M. Perego, S. Price and G. Stadler,
"Optimal initial conditions for coupling ice sheet models to earth science models",
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface
119, no. 9, 1894-1917 (2014)

N. Petra, J. Martin, G. Stadler and O. Ghattas,
"A computational framework for infinite-dimensional Bayesian inverse problems Part II: Stochastic Newton MCMC with application to ice sheet flow inverse problems",
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing
36, no. 4, A1525-1555 (2014)

H. Sundar, G. Biros, C. Burstedde, J. Rudi, O. Ghattas and G. Stadler,
"Parallel geometric-algebraic multigrid on unstructured forests of octrees",
SC12: Proceedings of the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis
(2012)