Amber Jackson

  • Program Years: 2004-2008
  • Academic Institution: University of North Carolina
  • Field of Study: Applied Mathematics
  • Academic Advisor: Cass Miller
  • Practicum(s):
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2005)
  • Degree(s):
    Ph.D. Applied Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2011
    Masters Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2006
    B.S. Mathematics, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2003

Current Status

  • Status: Mathematician working for the Department of the Navy
  • Research Area: Data systems quality assurance and quality control


Thermodynamically Constrained Averaging Theory Approach for Modeling Flow and Transport Phenomena in Porous Medium Systems: 9. Transition Region Models. Advances in Water Resources, Vol 42, June 2012.

Thermodynamically constrained averaging theory approach for modeling flow and transport phenomena in porous medium systems: 6. Two-fluid-phase flow. Advances in Water Resources, Vol 32, June 2009.

Flow of an Incompressible Viscous Fluid through a Porous Medium with Periodic Microstructure. - UMBC review 2004 issue

A Comparison of Computational and Algorithmic Advances for Solving Richards' Equations. Computational Methods in Water Resources 2004 International Conference, Co-authors - C. Miller, C.Abhishek, J.Prins.


Meyerhoff Scholarship, 1999-2003

Maryland Distinguished Scholar 1999-2003

Golden Key International Honor Society 2000-2003 -(chapter member of the year, Spring 2002)

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 2001-2003

Undergraduate Research Award, 2002

Honors, U of Maryland, Baltimore County, 1999-2003