- Quentin Chediak, PhD student in Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences.
- Nikita Kapur, PhD student in Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences.
- Joey Small, PhD student in Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences.

- Brice Merwine, former PhD student in Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences, graduated in August 2021. PhD thesis title: Extension of the generalized-&alpha method for constrained systems in mechanics: analysis and applications. Currently working at Mercy College of Health Sciences, Des Moines, IA.
- Gregory Tanner, former PhD student in Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences, graduated in August 2018. PhD thesis title: Generalized Additive Runge-Kutta Methods for Stiff Differential Equations. Currently assistant professor, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Concordia College, Moorhead, MN.
- Ekaterina (Katya) Nathanson (Usova), former PhD student in Mathematics, graduated in April 2014. PhD thesis title: Path integration with non-positive distributions and applications to the Schroedinger equation. Currently assistant professor of Mathematics at Georgia Gwinnett College, Lawrenceville, Georgia (near Atlanta).
- Darin G. Mohr, former PhD student in Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences, graduated in July 2011. PhD thesis title: Runge-Kutta and quasi-Newton methods for unconstrained nonlinear optimization. Was assistant professor of Mathematics at Georgia College, Milledgeville, Georgia. Currently working at Epic, WI.
- Scott J. Small, former PhD student in Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences, graduated in May 2011. PhD thesis title: Runge-Kutta type methods for differential-algebraic equations in mechanics. Was assistant research scientist at the Iowa Flood Center of the University of Iowa. Currently working as a Data Scientist at Zalando, Berlin, Germany.
- Beven Kair, former PhD student in Mathematics, 2009-2010. Currently working at Mt. Hood Community College, Gresham, Oregon.
- Hyounkyun Oh former PhD student in Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences, graduated in July 2005. PhD thesis title: SPARK methods for mixed DAEs of index 2 and 3 and their application in mechanics. Currently professor of Mathematics at Savannah State University, Savannah, Georgia.

Laurent O. Jay

Department of Mathematics

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E-mail: laurent-jay@uiowa.edu