Donald Estep

University Interdisciplinary Research Scholar
Professor of Statistics
SIAM Fellow

Chalmers University Jubilee Professor 2013-14
Associate Chair for Graduate Studies
Director, CIMS (Center for Interdisciplinary Mathematics and Statistics)


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Far better an approximate answer to the right question, which is often vague, than the exact answer to the wrong question, which can always be made precise. - John Tukey

 

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Definition and solution of a stochastic inverse problem for the Manning's n parameter field in hydrodynamic models

Uncertainty quantification for approximate p-quantiles for physical models with stochastic inputs

A posteriori analysis for iterative solvers for non-autonomous evolution problems

A posteriori error estimates for mixed finite element and finite volume methods for parabolic problems coupled through a boundary with non-matching discretizations

A posteriori error analysis of IMEX time integration schemes for advection-diffusion-reaction equations

Talk: Solving Stochastic Inverse Problems using Sigma-Algebras on Contour Maps

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Department of Statistics
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523
estep@stat.colostate.edu
970-491-6722 (Office)

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Kristin Stephens
201 Statistics Building
stephens@stat.colostate.edu
970-491-5269 (Office)
970-491-7895 (Fax)

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Background image derived from a set-valued inverse for bathymetry near the Louisiana coast approximated with a point processVoronoi tessellation computed using 6000 samples.