James Martin

  • Program Years: 2007-2011
  • Academic Institution: University of Texas
  • Field of Study: Computational and Applied Mathematics
  • Academic Advisor: Omar Ghattas
  • Practicum(s):
    Sandia National Laboratories, California (2008)
  • Degree(s):
    B.S. Chemistry, CalTech 2006

Current Status

  • Status: Graduate Student
  • Research Area: Computational and Applied Mathematics
  • Publications

    PUBLICATIONS

    James Martin, "Discrete Mechanics and Optimal Control." Senior thesis, Caltech, 2006. Thesis Advisor: Prof. Jerrold Marsden.

    Jonathan Galownia, James Martin, and Mark E. Davis. Aluminophosphate-based, microporous materials for blood clotting. Microporous and Mesorporous Materials, 92 (2006) p61-63.

    Awards

    2006-2008 Computational and Applied Mathematics Graduate Fellowship

    2005-2006 Richard L. and Dorothy M. Hayman Scholarship

    2004-2006 Robert Bump Memorial Scholarship

    2004, 2003 Caltech Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)

    2003-2004 Caltech Associates Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship

    2002 University of North Texas Freshman Chemistry Award

    2002 Amateur Radio Relay League Scholarship

    2002 National Merit Finalist

    2000 Texas State University Interscholastic League Computer Science winner, 1st place, 5A (Large School) Division