- Program Years: 2017-2021
- Academic Institution: New York University
- Field of Study: Applied Mathematics
- Academic Advisor: Jonathan Weare
Los Alamos National Laboratory (2019)
B.S. Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2017
- Research Area: Applied Mathematics
1. Katsevich, A.; Mikusinski, P. On De Graaf spaces of pseudoquotients. Rocky Mountain J.Math. 45 (2015), 1445-1455.
2. Katsevich, A.; Mikusinski, P. Order in spaces of pseudoquotients. Topology Proceedings 44 (2014), 21-31.
3. Katsevich, A.; Bandeira, A., Likelihood Maximization and Moment Matching in
Low SNR Gaussian Mixture Models. Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics, to appear.
4. Gao, Y., Katsevich A., Liu, J., Lu, J. and Marzuola, J "Analysis of a fourth order exponential PDE arising from a crystal surface jump process with Metropolis-type transition rates". Accepted in Pure and Applied Analysis.
Graduated with highest honors in mathematics at UNC Chapel Hill.
Goldwater Scholarship (2015-2017)
Archibald Henderson Medal, awarded by UNC math dept. for "high degree of mathematical ability and the greatest promise of originality in the field" (2015)
Phi Beta Kappa invitee (2015)
University of Central Florida Advanced Calculus Award, for best performance in advanced calculus sequence (2013)