Matthew West

Current students

Shelley Goel Ph.D. student, UIUC sgoel3@illinois.edu
Pradeep Gudla Ph.D. student, UIUC pgudla2@illinois.edu
Peter Maginnis Ph.D. student, UIUC, co-advised with Geir Dullerud maginni1@illinois.edu
Pratik Mallya M.S. student, UIUC, co-advised with Harry Dankowicz mallya2@illinois.edu
Matthew Michelotti Ph.D. student, UIUC, co-advised with Michael Heath mmichel3@illinois.edu
Alan Zorn Ph.D. student, Stanford University azorn@stanford.edu

Graduated students

Chowdhury Ashraf M.S. 2012, Mechanical Science and Engineering, UIUC "Adaptive step-size selection for tau-leaping simulation of stochastic particle coalescence"
Laurent Lessard Ph.D. 2011, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University, co-advised with Sanjay Lall "Tractability of complex control systems"
Peter Maginnis M.S. 2011, Mechanical Science and Engineering, UIUC, co-advised with Geir Dullerud "Variance reduction for Poisson and Markov jump processes"
Rishabh Jain M.S. 2011, Mechanical Science and Engineering, UIUC "An efficient multinomial sampling algorithm for spatially distributed stochastic particle simulations"
Sun Hwan Lee Ph.D. 2010, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University "Parallel stochastic particle methods using Markov Chain random walks"
Christina Selle Ph.D. 2010, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University "Multiscale distributed estimation with applications to GPS augmentation and network spectra"
Tzu-Chen Liang Ph.D. 2008, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University "Topology Optimization of Microfluidic Mixing Channels and Cutoff Phenomena in Chaotic Mixing", winner of the 2008 Ballhaus Prize for Best Ph.D Thesis in Aeronautics and Astronautics
Michael Salomon Ph.D. 2008, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University, co-advised with Alex Silbergleit "Properties of Gravity Probe B Gyroscopes Obtained from High Frequency Squid Signal"
Mong Tang Ni Engineer 2008, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University "Analysis of a Fluid Structure Interaction Problem Using an Immersed Boundary Method with a Finite Element Approach"