Jonathan Weare
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
251 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10012-1185
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Research


We make use of tools from probability theory, the theory of partial differential equations, and numerical analysis, to analyze interesting physical phenomena and to design, analyze, and apply new computational techniques for applications in the sciences and engineering. Current focus areas include:

  • data assimilation techniques

  • Monte Carlo methods

  • multiscale modeling and simulation

  • randomized numerical linear algebra

  • rare event analysis and simulation


A significant portion of research in the group is organized around long term collaborations with application domain experts in areas including:

  • biophysics

  • computational chemistry

  • extreme climate and weather events



Recent History


Jonathan Weare is currently an associate professor of mathematics in the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University. Previously he was an associate professor in the statistics department and in the James Franck Institute at the University of Chicago and, before that, an assistant professor in the mathematics department there. Before moving to Chicago Jonathan was a Courant Instructor of mathematics at NYU and a PhD student in mathematics at the University of California at Berkeley.