ANAND U. OZA - Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

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ANAND U. OZA 2 Washington Square Village, New York, NY 10012 [email protected] / 510-­‐709-­‐8782 Research Interests Physical applied mathematics: fluid mechanics, Faraday waves, nonlinear dynamics, bifurcation theory, chaotic systems, soft matter. Employment Postdoctoral Fellow, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University (2014 – 2017) Supported by NSF Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Fellowship Education PhD, Mathematics Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2014) Thesis: “A trajectory equation for walking droplets: hydrodynamic pilot-­‐wave theory.” Advisors: John W. M. Bush and Rodolfo R. Rosales Supported by Graduate Fellowships from the NSF and Hertz Foundation Master of Advanced Study (with Distinction), Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics University of Cambridge (2009) Essay: “Nonlocality beyond quantum theory” Supported by Churchill Scholarship Arts Bachelor (summa cum laude), Chemistry (minor: Applied & Computational Mathematics) Princeton University (2008) Thesis: “Analysis of optimization efficiency for the control landscapes of open quantum systems”. (Advisor: Herschel Rabitz) Awards NSF Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Hertz Foundation Graduate Fellowship MIT Spot Award MIT Math nominee for CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award SIAM Conference travel award NSF Graduate Fellowship MIT-­‐Brazil travel grant Churchill Scholarship Churchill College Prize (Cambridge) Elected to Phi Beta Kappa Applied Math Undergraduate Certificate Prize for thesis work (Princeton) Robert McCay Prize in Physical Chemistry (Princeton) 2014-­‐2017 2009-­‐2014 2014 2014 2014 2009-­‐2012 2011 2008-­‐2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 New Jersey Institute of Chemists Student Award Applied Math Fellowship for Summer Research (Princeton) American Geophysical Union travel grant James R. Peterson Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research (SRI) Shapiro Prize for Academic Excellence (Princeton) 2008 2007 2006 2006 2005 Other Academic and Scientific Positions Mentor for undergraduate research student (Kirin Sinha, MIT) Mentor for undergraduate research student (Kristin Dettmers, MIT) REU Intern, Molecular Physics Laboratory, SRI Intl. (mentor: K. Kalogerakis) Research Intern, Rigel Pharmaceuticals 2013 -­‐ 2014 summer 2013 summer 2006 summer 2005 Publications •
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Orbital stability in hydrodynamic pilot-­‐wave theory. A. U. Oza, J. W. M. Bush & R. R. Rosales In preparation, 2014. The wave-­‐induced added mass of walking droplets. J. W. M. Bush, A. U. Oza & J. Moláček Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 755: R7, 2014. Pilot-­‐wave hydrodynamics in a rotating frame: Exotic orbits. A. U. Oza, Ø. Wind-­‐Willassen, D. M. Harris, R. R. Rosales & J. W. M. Bush Physics of Fluids, 26: 082101, 2014. Pilot-­‐wave dynamics in a rotating frame: on the emergence of orbital quantization. A. U. Oza, D. M. Harris, R. R. Rosales & J. W. M. Bush Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 744: 404-­‐429, 2014. A trajectory equation for walking droplets: hydrodynamic pilot-­‐wave theory. A. U. Oza, R. R. Rosales & J. W. M. Bush Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 737: 552-­‐570, 2013. Optimization search effort over the control landscapes for open quantum systems with Kraus-­‐map evolution. A. U. Oza, A. Pechen, V. Beltrani, K. Moore & H. Rabitz Journal of Physics A (Mathematical and Theoretical), 42: 205305, 2009. The coating hypothesis for ammonia ice particles in Jupiter: laboratory experiments and optical modeling. K. S. Kalogerakis, J. Marschall, A. U. Oza, P. A. Engel, R. T. Meharchand & M. H. Wong Icarus, 196(1): 202-­‐215, 2008. Conference Presentations & Invited Talks APS DFD Meeting (San Francisco, USA) Courant Applied Math Lab Seminar (NYU, USA) SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures (Cambridge, UK) Hydrodynamic Quantum Analogues Workshop IV (IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Imperial College, Dept. of Mathematics (London, UK) APS DFD Meeting (Pittsburg, USA) Nov 2014 Oct 2014 Aug 2014 June 2014 Jan 2014 Nov 2013 Hydrodynamic Quantum Analogues Workshop III (MIT, USA) Hertz Foundation Symposium (Maryland, USA) APS DFD Meeting (San Diego, USA) Hydrodynamic Quantum Analogues Workshop II (Université Paris Diderot, France) Complex Motion in Fluids (Krogerup Højskole, Denmark) Hydrodynamic Quantum Analogues Workshop I (Université Paris Diderot, France) American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (San Francisco, USA) Sep 2013 Aug 2013 Nov 2012 Jul 2012 Aug 2011 Jul 2011 Dec 2006 Teaching Experience Course instructor, Computational science and engineering I (MIT) Recitation instructor, Complex variables with applications (MIT) Instructor: Chemistry, Algebra II, Precalculus (ThinkTank Learning, CA) Tutor for Freshman Scholars Institute, Calculus (Princeton) Academic tutor: chemistry and mathematics (Princeton High School) summer 2014 spring 2013 summer 2008-­‐09 summer 2007 2004 -­‐ 2006 

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