- Program Years: 2010-2014
- Academic Institution: Stanford University
- Field of Study: Applied Mathematics
- Academic Advisor: Adrian Lew
Argonne National Laboratory (2011)
Ph.D. Computational and Mathematical Engineering, Stanford University, 2015
B.S. Applied and Computational Mathematics, California Institute of Technology, 2010
Status: Postdoctoral Fellow, Mathematics Department, University of California, San Diego
Research Area: Applied Mathematics
Personal URL: http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~egawlik/
E. S. Gawlik & A. J. Lew. "Unified Analysis of Finite Element Methods for Problems with Moving Boundaries." SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 53(6), 2822-2846 (2015).
E. S. Gawlik, H. Kabaria, & A. J. Lew. "High-Order Methods for Low Reynolds Number Flows Around Moving Obstacles Based on Universal Meshes." International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 104(7), 513-538.
E. S. Gawlik & A. J. Lew. "Supercloseness of Orthogonal Projections onto Nearby Finite Element Spaces." Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 49(2), 559-576 (2015).
E. S. Gawlik & A. J. Lew. "High-Order Finite Element Methods for Moving Boundary Problems with Prescribed Boundary Evolution." Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 278, 314-346 (2014).
M. Desbrun, E. S. Gawlik, F. Gay-Balmaz, & V. Zeitlin. â€œVariational Discretization for Rotating Stratified Fluids.â€ Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems 34(2), 477-509 (2014).
A. J. Lew, R. Rangarajan, M. J. Hunsweck, E. S. Gawlik, H. Kabaria, & Y. Shen. â€œUniversal Meshes: Enabling High-Order Simulation of Problems with Moving Domains.â€ IACM Expressions, Bulletin for the International Association of Computational Mechanics, 32, 12-16 (2013).
E. S. Gawlik, P. Mullen, D. Pavlov, J. E. Marsden, & M. Desbrun. â€œGeometric, Variational Discretization of Continuum Theories,â€ Physica D 240(21), 1724-1760 (2011).
E. S. Gawlik, J. E. Marsden, P. Du Toit, & S. Campagnola. â€œLagrangian Coherent Structures in the Planar Elliptic Restricted Three-Body Problem,â€ Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy 103, 227-249 (2009).
E. S. Gawlik, J. E. Marsden, S. Campagnola, & A. Moore. â€œInvariant Manifolds, Discrete Mechanics, and Trajectory Design for a Mission to Titan.â€ 19th AAS/AIAA Space Flight Mechanics Meeting, Savannah, Georgia, AAS 09-226, 1887-1903 (2009).
S. Yockel, E. S. Gawlik, & A. K. Wilson. â€œStructure and Stability of the Organo-Noble Gas Molecules XNgCCX and XNgCCNgX (Ng = Kr, Ar; X = F, Cl),â€ Journal of Physical Chemistry A 111, 11261-11268 (2007).
-Juan Simo Outstanding Thesis Award, Stanford, 2015
-Finalist, BGCE Student Paper Prize, SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, 2015
-1st Place, DOE CSGF Poster Contest, 2012
-World Congress on Computational Mechanics Travel Award, U.S. Association for Computational Mechanics, 2012
-George W. Housner Prize for Academic Excellence and Original Research, Caltech, 2010
-Henry Ford II Scholarship, Caltech Engineering and Applied Science Division, 2009
-John V. Breakwell Student Travel Award, American Astronautical Society, 2009
-Frederick J. Zeigler Memorial Award, Caltech Mathematics Department, 2008
-Winner, Caltech Perpall Undergraduate Research Presentation Competition, 2007 (3rd Place), 2008 (1st Place), 2009 (1st Place)
-Goldwater Scholarship, 2006
-9th in the Nation, Intel Science Talent Search, 2006
-Axline Merit Scholarship, Caltech, 2006
-Caltech Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
-Texas Academy of Math and Science Summer Research Scholarship, 2005