J. Nathan Kutz PhD

mathematics/statistics , PDE/ODE , modeling , sparsity (missing data) , numerical analysis


Professor Kutz is especially interested in a unified approach to applied mathematics which includes modeling, computation, and analysis. His primary interest is in connecting state-of-the-art data methods with complex systems. Such integration is particular important across the physical, engineering and biological sciences. In context of biological applications, Kutz has developed such methods for the characterization and control of neuro-sensory systems (insect olfaction and the dynamics of the nematode c. elegans) and traumatic brain injury (networks of neurons).


University of Washington Applied Mathematics Professor and Chair
University of Washington Electrical Engineering Adjunct Professor
University of Washington Physics Adjunct Professor