Jay Stotsky

  • Program Years: 2014-2018
  • Academic Institution: University of Colorado
  • Field of Study: Applied Mathematics
  • Academic Advisor: David Bortz
  • Practicum(s):
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2016)
  • Degree(s):
    B.S. Chemical Engineering, Tufts University, 2013
    PhD Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado 2018

Current Status

  • Research Area: Applied Mathematics
  • Personal URL: https://mathbio.colorado.edu/index.php/Stotsky
  • Publications

    J A. Stotsky, J F. Hammond, L. Pavlovsky, E. J. Stewart, J. G. Younger, M. J. Solomon, and D. M. Bortz. Variable viscosity and density biofilm simulations using an immersed boundary method, part II: Experimental validation and the heterogeneous rheology-IBM. Journal of Computational Physics 2016

    Jay A. Stotsky, Vanja Dukic, and David M. Bortz. "A point process model for generating biofilms with realistic microstructure and rheology." European Journal of Applied Mathematics (2018): 1-37.

    J. A. Stotsky and D. M. Bortz. A posteriori error estimation for particle-based methods of simulating fluids: time discretization. (https://arxiv.org/abs/1807.03279)

    Awards

    Landahl Travel Grant (2015)

    DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (2014)

    Highest Honors on Undergrad Senior Thesis (2013)

    Tufts University Deans List, All Semesters (2009-2013)

    Tufts University Class of 1898 Award (2013)

    Tau Beta Pi (2012)

    Elizabeth V. Tischler Prize in Music Performance (2012)

    Meritorious Award - Mathematical Contest in Modeling (2011, 2012)