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Akhtar A. Khan: Students

 
Undergraduate Research

  1. Faculty advisor of Daniel Schwartz for Undergraduate Summer Research Program at COS (RIT), 2017. Project Title: Numerical Methods for Stochastic Variational Inequalities.
  2. Faculty advisor of Erin Crossen for Undergraduate Summer Research Program at COS (RIT), 2012. Project Title: Inverse Elasticity Problem for Identifying Tumor Location in the Human Body.
  3. Faculty advisor of Geoffrey Hotchkiss for Undergraduate Summer Research Program at COS (RIT), 2011. Project Title: An Inverse Problem in Car Windshield Modeling.
  4. Co-advisor of Sebastian Gross, Bachelor's thesis at Institute of Mathematics, Martin-Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany, 2010.  Thesis Title: Numerical Approaches for Inverse Problems.
  5. Faculty advisor of a team of undergraduates for the project Optimization methods for an inverse problem emerging
    in a simplified mathematical model of human liver, Northern Michigan University.


Graduate Research: Former Students



  1. Co-Advisor, Raphael Kahler.  Thesis title: On Identification of Nonlinear Parameters in PDEs, August 2015.
  2. Advisor, Peter Caya. Thesis title: Morozov Discrepancy Principle for the Parameter and the Source Identification, November, 2015.
  3. Advisor, Oladayo Eluyeffa. Master's thesis title: Heavy Ball with Friction Method for the Elastography Inverse Problem, September, 2015.
  4. Advisor, Corinne Teravainen. Thesis title: Continuous Methods for Elliptic Inverse Problems, July, 2014.
  5. Advisor, Brian Winkler. Thesis title: Iterative Methods for Elasticity Imaging Inverse Problem, August, 2014.
  6. Advisor, Nathaniel Bush. Thesis title: Numerical Methods for Solving the Inverse Problem of Parameter Identification in Parabolic and
    Fourth-Order Partial Differential Equations, RIT, 2013.
  7. Advisor, Selin Sariaydin. Thesis title: Numerical Identification of a Variable Parameter in 2-D Elliptic Boundary Value Problem by Extragradient Methods. RIT, 2013
  8. Co-advisor, Johannes Tannert. Thesis title: Optimization in Finance, Institute of Mathematics, Martin-Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany, 2012.
  9. Advisor, Marc Paulhamus. Thesis title: Proximal Point Methods for Inverse Problems, RIT, 2011.
  10. Advisor, James Oleksyn. Thesis title: Extragradient Methods for Elliptic Inverse Problems and Image Denoising, RIT, 2011.


Graduate Research: Current Students
  1. Advisor, Jean Li. Thesis title:  Comparison of Numerical Methods for Stochastic Variational Inequalities, August, 2018.


 

 
   

 

 

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