Karen Larson


Office: 170 Hope Street, Room 213

Phone: (401) 863 2339

Email: karen [underscore] larson [at] brown.edu

Postal Address:
Brown University, Box F
Providence, RI 02912

About

I am a fourth year PhD student in the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University working with Professor Anastasios Matzavinos. My research involves uncertainty quantification of biolocial models. Specifically, we study blood flow, epidemic spread, and mesoscopic biological tissue and parameter estimation of these models.

Upcoming Activities and Presentations

Contributed Talks and Posters

  • Bayesian Uncertainty Quantification of Dynamic Processes in Networks
    Talk at SIAM Annual Meeting Pittsburgh, PA, July 2017
  • Bayesian Uncertainty Quantification of Biological Networks
    Minisymposium at SIAM Conference on Dynamical Systems Snowbird, UT, May 2017
  • Bayesian Uncertainty Quantification of Biological Networks
    Poster at Statistical Perspectives of Uncertainty Quantification Atlanta, GA, May 2017
  • Uncertainty Quantification in Blood Flow
    Talk at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Applied Math Days, Troy, NY, April 2017
  • Uncertainty Quantification in Blood Flow Models
    Talk at Applied Math Graduate Seminar, Brown University, Providence, RI, March 2017
  • DPD Simulation of a Membrane
    Talk at AWM Chapter Math Slam, Brown University, Providence, RI, November 2015
  • Improved High-Order Modulation Maximal Likelihood System
    Poster at Joint Math Meetings, San Diego, CA, January 2013
  • Unwrapping Rap: Clustering and Classification of Drum Patterns
    Talk at Mathematical Association of America Southeastern Sectional Meeting, Morrow, GA, March 2012

Workshops and Conferences Attended

Professional Affiliations

SMB - Student member
SIAM - Graduate Student Member
AWM - Member of the Brown University Chapter
Rose Whelan Society - Society for Women in Math at Brown University
AMS - Graduate student member
Phi Beta Kappa