Eileen Martin

  • Program Years: 2012-2016
  • Academic Institution: Stanford University
  • Field of Study: Computational and Mathematical Engineering
  • Academic Advisor: Biondo Biondi
  • Practicum(s):
    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2014)
  • Degree(s):
    B.S. Mathematics, and B.S. Computational Physics, University of Texas at Austin, 2012

Current Status

  • Research Area: Computational and Mathematical Engineering
  • Personal URL: http://stanford.edu/~ermartin/
  • Publications

    E.R. Martin, N. Lindsey, S. Dou, J. Ajo-Franklin, A. Wagner, K. Bjella, T.M. Daley, B. Freifeld, M. Robertson, C. Ulrich. Interferometry of a roadside DAS array in Fairbanks, AK, submitted, 2016.

    E.R. Martin, J. Ajo-Franklin, S. Dou, N. Lindsey, T.M. Daley, B. Freifeld, M. Robertson, A. Wagner, C. Ulrich. Interferometry of ambient noise from a trenched distributed acoustic sensing array. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2015: 2445-2450.

    J. Ajo-Franklin, N. Lindsey, T.M. Daley, B. Freifeld, M. Robertson, C. Ulrich, S. Dou, E.R. Martin, A. Wagner. A field test of distributed acoustic sensing for ambient noise recording. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2015: 2620-2624.

    Y. Li, H. Yang, E.R. Martin, K.L. Ho, L. Ying, 2015, Butterfly factorization. Multiscale Model. Simul. 13 (2): 714-732.

    E. Martin, 2015, Fast dispersion curves from ambient noise, Stanford Exploration Project Report, 158.

    D. Freeman, R. Hotovy, E. Martin, 2014, Moving finite unit norm tight frames for S^n. Illinois J. Math. 58(2): 311-322.

    E. Martin, R. G. Clapp, H. Le, C. Leader, D. Nichols, 2014, SEPVector: a C++ inversion library, Stanford
    Exploration Project Report, 152.

    E. Martin, 2014, Compression for e ffective memory bandwidth use in forward modeling, Stanford Exploration Project Report, 152.

    M. Denolle, S. de Ridder, J. Chang, E. Martin, T. Dahlke, H. Arevalo-Lopez, S. Levin, 2013, Scholte-wave eigenfunctions, Stanford Exploration Project Report, 150.

    S. Levin, J. Claerbout, E. Martin, 2013, Shortest path to whiteness, Stanford Exploration Project Report, 150.

    May 2012, honors mathematics thesis “Global coordinate systems: Continuously moving finite-dimensional unit norm tight frames on smooth manifolds” written under supervision of Dr. Daniel Freeman.

    Awards

    Scholarships:
    Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship (Fall 2011- Spring 2012),
    Unrestricted Endowed Presidential Scholarship (Fall 2011- Spring 2012),
    Williams Endowment for Excellence in Undergraduate Mathematics (Fall 2011),
    National Instruments Endowed Scholarship for Excellence (Fall 2010- Spring 2011),
    Dr. Arnold Romberg Endowed Scholarship (Spring 2011),
    James L. Duncan Memorial Scholarship (Fall 2010),
    Natural Sciences 21st Century Endowed Presidential Scholarship (Fall 2008- Spring 2012),
    C.R. Smith Endowed Scholarship (Fall 2008- Spring 2009),
    Rotary Club of Georgetown, TX Scholarship (Fall 2008)

    Honors:
    Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering student leadership award (2014),
    Selected to attend SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium and receive travel grant (2014),
    Dean's Honored Graduate (2012),
    Barry M. Goldwater Scholar (2011),
    Williams Scholar, Mathematics Department, UT-Austin (2011),