University of Washington

Department of Applied Mathematics

Box 353925

Seattle, WA 98195-3925

Office: Lewis Hall 304

cswiercz@uw.edu

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I am a Ph.D. student in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington. My research is in applications of algebraic geometry to nonlinear partial differential equations with my advisor, Bernard Deconinck. My interests include computational algebraic geometry, nonlinear partial differential equations, symbolic computation, and numerical analysis. Most of my work is manifested in the Python library abelfunctions.

Outside of work, I enjoy hiking, backpacking, poker, board games, and fine Washingtonian and Oregonian beers and wines.

AMath 483/583 - Spring 2016 - High Performance Scientific Computing

- 09 Mar 2016 A Genus 43 Curve - Riemann Matrix
- 03 Mar 2016 A Genus 43 Curve - Differentials
- 20 Jan 2016 Talk - Smale's Alpha Theory
- 08 Dec 2015 Talk - How to Give a Talk
- 24 Jul 2015 The Math Devil