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Casey Richardson

I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Imaging Science at Johns Hopkins University, supervised by Laurent Younes. My research is in applied and computational mathematics, especially as applied to problems from computational anatomy, image processing, and materials science (more information, including papers and movies of numerics, can be found on my research page). Prior to JHU, I was a Computational and Applied Mathematics (CAM) Assistant Professor in the Math department at UCLA, jointly in the groups of Stanley Osher, Joseph Teran, and Luminita Vese. I earned my Ph.D. in mathematics from WPI working with Christopher Larsen on the analysis and computation of variational models for fracture.

Contact Information:

Address: Center for Imaging Science
Clark 319B
Johns Hopkins University
3400 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
Email: clr at cis dot jhu dot edu

Education: (full CV in pdf)

Ph.D., Mathematics Worcester Polytechnic Institute 2003-2008
Some Problems in the Mathematics of Fracture: Paths From Front Kinetics and a Level Set Method
Advisor: Christopher J. Larsen
B.S., Physics Worcester Polytechnic Institute 1996-2000