Sarah Iams will join MCRN node at Northwestern
Q. Could you tell us a little about yourself?
I am an applied mathematician in the midst of finishing my PhD in Applied Mathematics at Cornell University where I am working on characterizing the free flight of the mosquito Aedes aegypti. This work is under the supervision of John Guckenheimer in the Cornell Mathematics department.
Q. What will be your new position?
I will be the Golovin Assistant Professor in the department of Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, which is a one to two year position.
Q. How are you involved with MCRN now?
This year I am a visiting math instructor at Bowdoin College, where I've been enjoying regular meetings with Mary Lou Zeeman, Carolyn Mayer, and Emma Cutler (all in the network). Kaitlin Hill and Karna Gowda recently visited Bowdoin along with Jesse Berwald, (also all in the network) and it was great meeting with them. Kaitlin and Karna are at Northwestern along with Mary Silber, and I am very excited to be joining them there!!
Thank you, Sarah. We look forward to hearing more from you and fellow MCRN collaborators!