Welcome to my website

Last updated: July 2014

Hello. My name is Adam Larios. I am an Assistant Professor in the math department at the University of Nebraska--Lincoln. I was previously a Visiting Assistant Professor (postdoc) in the math department at Texas A&M University.  I completed my Ph.D. in Mathematics at the University of California-Irvine.  I am interested in partial differential equations, mathematical analysis, and numerical analysis. My work focuses on mathematical fluid dynamics.  At Texas A&M, I worked with Professor Ciprian Foias, Professor Jean-Luc Guermond and the other members of the numerical analysis group.  My advisor at UC Irvine was Professor Edriss S. Titi, and I also work with several excellent collaborators at the Los Alamos National Lab, including Dr. Beth Wingate and Dr. Mark Petersen.  I collaboratored with the CNLS, COSIM, and CCS-2 groups there.

Links

Here are some links that are fun, or useful, or both.

  • N Is A Number A documentary about Mathematician Paul Erdos.
  • The Proof A NOVA documentary about Andrew Wiles and Fermat's Last Theorem.
  • Mr. W A wonderful video on topology by the talented and creative Vi Hart.
  • Vi Hart on Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant. Part 2. Part 3.
  • Feynman - Fun to Imagine Classic Feynman.
  • Parasitic Wasps (Fascinating, but not for the faint of heart.)
  • Ferrofluid Beautiful Magnetic fluids.
  • Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot Every human should watch this video.
  • A visual introduction to Fourier Series.
  • A visual introduction to electral inductors.
  • How to turn a sphere inside out. For more detail, see the Longer version
  • Taylor Green Vortex decay.
  • Pool Vortex An interesting demonstration of vortex stability.
  • Turbulence by the National Committee for Fluid Mechanics Films.
  • Perpetual Ocean
  • 3D Mandelbulb
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