University of Washington

I am a recent PhD graduate of the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. My field is operations research. I am interested in using a variety of mathematical tools, including optimization, Bayesian learning, stochastic dynamic programming, and numerics to solve applied problems. In August 2016 I will be starting as a tenure-track faculty member in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Portland in Portland, OR. Before UW, I received a BS Magna Cum Laude in Engineering Physics and MEng in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, both from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. Other than math, I enjoy traveling around the world and hiking the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

Optimal Bayesian learning of dose-response parameters from a cohort (J.Kotas, A.Ghate, 2015)

Robust response-guided dosing, in Operations Research Letters. (S.Sinha, J.Kotas, A.Ghate, 2016)

Response-guided dosing for rheumatoid arthritis, in IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering. (J.Kotas, A.Ghate, 2016)

Center manifold reduction of the Hopf-Hopf bifurcation in a time delay system, in ESAIM Proceedings. (C.Heckman, J.Kotas, R.Rand, 2013)

I will be participating in MAA Project NExT as a member of the Green '16 cohort.

I successfully defended my dissertation on May 26, 2016!

My research was featured in the April 2016 issue of Industrial Engineer magazine.

Archive of course webpages

Places I've Traveled: Google Map