Team

Lauren Terruso Lauren Terruso
Office: MATH 420
Email: lterruso@purdue.edu



Faucher Florian Faucher
Office: MATH 413
Email: ffaucher@math.purdue.edu



Current Postdocs

noimageJie Chen
PhD: Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
Office: MATH 413
Email: chen1430@purdue.edu


noimageJustin Tittelfitz
PhD: Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
Office: MATH 417
Email: jtittelf@math.purdue.edu

 

Former Postdocs

A.A. Duchkov 
PhD: Institute of Peroleum Geological and Geophysics, Russian Academy of Science, Siberian   Branch, Novosibirsk, Russia
Years: 2005-2009
Current: Institute of Peroleum Geological and Geophysics, Russian Academy of Science, Siberian     Branch, Novosibirsk, Russia


M. Carlsson
PhD
: Department of Mathematics, Lund University
Years: 2008-2011
Current: Department of Mathematics, Lund University


H. Wendt 
PhD: Signal Processing and Physics, ENS de Lyon
Years: 2008-2011
Current: Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse, Université de Toulouse


S.F. Holman 
PhD: Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
Years: 2010-2013
Current: University of Manchester, England


Z. Guo 
PhD: Department of Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles
Years: 2011-2013
Current: 


H. Pham 
PhD: Department of Mathematics, Stanford University
Years: 2012-2013
Current: Department of Mathematics, Purdue University


Current PhD Students

kepleyPaul Kepley
Office: MATH 415
Email: pkepley@purdue.edu 
Department: Mathematics
Project
Inverse boundary value problem for the wave equation: Direct and iterative nonlinear reconstruction of a (smooth) metric


liuXiao Liu
Office: MATH 435
Email: liu867@purdue.edu
Department: Mathematics
Project: Massively parallel direct structured solvers based on randomized sampling and fast nonlinear iterative methods for time-harmonic seismic inverse boundary value problems


noimageLei Qin
Office: MATH 441
Email: qin48@math.purdue.edu
Department: Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
Project: A study of multi-frequency anisotropic elastic full waveform inversion


noimageJacob Shapiro

Office: MATH 441
Email: shapiroj@purdue.edu
Department: Mathematics
Project: High-frequency analysis of the inverse boundary value problems for the wave and Helmholtz equations


shiJia Shi
Office: MATH 415
Email: shi126@purdue.edu 
Department: Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
Project: Multi-frequency elastic full waveform inversion and nonlinear surfacewave tomography with finite data


yeRuichao Ye
Office: MATH 415
Email: rye@purdue.edu 
Department: Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
Project: Bandlimited time-domain full waveform inversion for piecewise smooth wavespeeds based on unstructured meshing


noimageJian Zhai
Office: MATH 441
Emailzhai12@math.purdue.edu
Department: Mathematics
Project: Analysis of the inverse boundary value problem for time-harmonic elastic waves in the presence of conormal singularities


Former PhD Students

M.J.N. van Stralen
PhD: Department of Electrical Engineering, Delft University of Techology
Years: 1994-1997
Thesis: Directional decomposition of electromagnetic and acousticwave fields
Current:


S. Brandsberg-Dahl
PhD: Department of Geophysics, Center for Wave Phenomena, Colorado School of Mines
Years: 1998-2001
Thesis: Imaging-inversion and migration velocity analysis in the scattering-angle/azimuth domain
Current: PGS


J.H.L. Le Rousseau
PhD: Department of Geophysics, Center for Wave Phenomena, Colorado School of Mines
Years: 1998-2001
Thesis: Microlocal analysis of wave-equation imaging and generalized-screen propagators
Current:  Laboratoire de Mathématiques - Analyse, Probabilités, Modélisation, Université d'Orléans


A.E. Malcolm
PhD: Department of Geophysics, Center for Wave Phenomena, Colorado School of Mines
Years: 2000-2005
Thesis: Data continuation for data regularization and internal multiples
Current: Massachusetts Institute of Technology


H. Douma
PhD: Department of Geophysics, Center for Wave Phenomena, Colorado School of Mines
Years: 2001-2006
Thesis: A hybrid formulation of map migration and wave-equation-based migration using curvelets
Current: Ion Geophysical


V. Brytik
PhD: Department of Mathematics, Purdue University
Years: 2005-2010
Thesis: Mode decoupling of the elastic wave equation, ‘reverse-time migration’, and sensitivity analysis of wave-equation tomography using wave packets
Current: ExxonMobil


S. Wang
PhD: Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Purdue University
Years: 2007-2012
Thesis: 3D modeling of time-harmonic seismic waves via a massively parallel structured multifrontal solver and applications
Current: ConocoPhillips


L. Qiu
PhD: Department of Mathematics, Purdue University
Years: 2008-2013
Thesis: An inverse boundary value problem for the Helmholtz equation: Conditional stability and convergence of multi-level, multi-frequency iterative methods for nonlinear reconstruction of the wavespeed
Current: Institute for Mathematics and Applications, University of Minnesota


Former PhD Co-Advisees

S.K. Foss
PhD: Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
Years: 2001-2004
Thesis: Depth consistent PP and PS angle tomography
Current: Statoil


P. Wang
PhD: Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA
Years: 2001-2007
Thesis: Imaging structure at and near the core mantle boundary using a generalized Radon transform
Current: CGG


Q. Cao
PhD: Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA
Years: 2006-2011
Thesis: Seismic imaging of the mantle transition zone
Current: Shell


X. Shang
PhD: Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA
Years: 2007-2013
Thesis: Inverse scattering: Theory and application to the imaging of Earth’s seismic discontinuities
Current: Shell