I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Houston. On this page you can find information about my research and the classes I teach.

Contact Information

Andreas Mang
Andreas Mang
Department of Mathematics
College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics
University of Houston
Philip Guthrie Hoffman Hall (PGH), Office 614
3551 Cullen Blvd.
Houston, TX, 77204-3008
Office Hours (Spring 2019): MW 11:00 am to 12:00 pm (or by appointment).
Email: andreas at math dot uh dot edu
Phone: 713-743-7409

Research Interests

The goal of my research is the development, analysis, and deployment of computational methods that integrate data with simulation and optimization with the aspiration to support decision making in challenging problems in the applied sciences. The main applications that drive my research are in medical imaging. More info can be found here.

Academic Advising

I have research projects for graduate and undergraduate students to work on challenging problems in computational mathematics with applications in imaging. Undergraduate students must be currently enrolled at the University of Houston. Graduate students need to apply to the graduate program of the Department of Mathematics (http://www.uh.edu/nsm/math/graduate/). Contact me for more details.

Outreach

Faculty adviser for the Texas Theta Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon.

Recent News

05/2019 I am going to visit the University of Twente from July 22—24, 2019. Thanks to Dr. Christoph Brune for the kind invitation.

04/2019 I am going to present our work on Diffeomorphic Shape Matching at the Éléments de Mathématique pour l’Intelligence Artificielle—a conference held in honor of the achievements of my colleague Dr. Robert Azencott—at École Normale Supérieure, Paris-Saclay, Cachan on May 14 and 15. Thanks to Dr. Mathilde Mougeot (and organizers) for the kind invitation. More info can be found here.

02/2019 I will attend the Opiate and HEAL Initiative-Focused Cross-Consortia Networking Event, on February 4th, taking place in the Mitchell Basic Sciences Research Building from 1PM to 4PM.

01/2019
Dr. Karen Willcox, Director of the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at the University of Texas at Austin, will visit our department on February 6. She will talk about Projection-Based Model Reduction: Physics-Based Approaches to Learn Low-Dimensional Models in the Mathematics Colloquium (3:00PM to 4:00PM, PGH646A). You can read the abstract of her talk here. Make sure to stop by.

01/2019
I am co-organizing (with James Herring) the mini-symposium Fast Iterative Methods for Large-Scale Inverse Problems in Imaging at the International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM2019) in Valencia, ES (July 15—19, 2019).

01/2019 The Texas Theta Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon is inducting new members. Send me an email with your name and PSID if you think you meet the requirements and are interested in joining PME. The deadline for the application is Friday, February 1, 5:00PM.

01/2019 I am co-organizing (with James Herring) the mini-symposium Numerical Methods for Optimal Control Problems in Imaging at the Applied Inverse Problems (AIP) conference in Grenoble, FR (July 8—12, 2019).

01/2019
I am going to attend the ICERM Workshop on Optimization Methods in Computer Vision and Image Processing, April 29—May 3, 2019, at the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM), Providence, Rhode Island.

01/2019 I am going to attend the Workshop on New Trends in PDE Constrained Optimization, which is part of RICAM's special semester on Optimization (SPECSEM19), which takes place at the Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM), from October 14 through October 19, 2019. Thanks to Roland Herzog and Emmanuel Trelat for the kind invitation.

01/2019
I am co-organizing (with James Herring and George Biros) the mini-symposium Fast Solvers for Inverse Problems with PDEs (MSI and MSII) at the SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE19) in Spokane, Washington, US (Feb 25—March 1, 2019).

A list of yesterday's news and activities can be found here.