Donald Estep

Ph.D. Students

  1. W. Kuhn, School of Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997, Thesis: Rigorous and reasonable error bounds for the numerical solution of dynamical systems
  2. M. Larson, Department of Mathematics, Chalmers University of Technology, 1997, Thesis: Analysis of adaptive finite element methods (acted as partial advisor with advisor C. Johnson)
  3. M. Warner, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997, Thesis: Numerical Solutions to Optimal-Control Problems by Finite Elements in Time with Adaptive Error Control (acted as partial advisor with advisor D. Hodges)
  4. D. Mikulencak, School of Chemical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001, Thesis: Inertial Effects in Dilute Suspensions (acted as partial advisor with advisor J. Morris)
  5. S. Eastman, Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2005, Thesis: Analysis and Application of the Nonlinear Power Method
  6. D. Neckels, Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2005, Thesis: Variational Methods for Uncertainty Quantification
  7. J. Sandelin, Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2006, Thesis: Global Estimate and Control of Model, Numerical, and Parameter Error
  8. T. Wildey, Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2007. Thesis: A posteriori analysis of operator decomposition on interface problems
  9. S. Lee, Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2008. Thesis: An Adaptive Algorithm for an Elliptic Optimization Problem, and Stochastic-Deterministic Coupling: A Mathematical Framework
  10. T. Butler, Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2009. Thesis: Computational Measure Theoretic Approach to Inverse Sensitivity Analysis: Methods and Analysis
  11. M. Buzby, Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University 2009. Thesis:  Short time analysis of deterministic ODE solutions and the expected value of a corresponding birth-death process
  12. W. Newton, Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2011, Thesis: A Posteriori Error Estimates for the Poisson Problem on Closed, Two-Dimensional Surfaces
  13. N. Burch, Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University, 2011, Thesis: Probabilistic Foundation of Nonlocal Diffusion and Formulation and Analysis for Elliptic Problems on Uncertain Domains
  14. B. Bugbee, co-advisor (Advisor, J. Breidt), Department of Statistics, Colorado State University, 2015. Semiparametric Regression in the Presence of Complex Variance Structures Arising from Small Angle X-Ray Scattering Data
  15. C. Vollmer, Department of Statistics, Colorado State University, in progress
  16. L. Yang, Department of Statistics, Colorado State University, in progress