Dr Gemma Mason
PhD, California Institute of Technology, June 2015
Originally from Christchurch, I attained a BSc with First Class Honours in mathematical physics from the University of Canterbury. I then studied at the University of Cambridge for a year under a Commonwealth Scholarship, doing "Part III" of the mathematics tripos with a focus in applied mathematics.
I did my PhD at Caltech in Applied and Computational Mathematics. My thesis title was "Full and Model-Reduced Structure-Preserving Simulation of Incompressible Fluids."
At present, I am working with Bernd Krauskopf and Hinke Osinga on four-dimensional chaos theory.
For further information, including publications and slides for selected talks, please visit my website.
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Liu, B., Mason, G., Hodgson, J., Tong, Y., & Desbrun, M. (2015). Model-reduced variational fluid simulation. ACM Transactions on Graphics, 34 (6)10.1145/2816795.2818130
- Rufat, D., Mason, G., Mullen, P., & Desbrun, M. (2014). The chain collocation method: A spectrally accurate calculus of forms. Journal of Computational Physics, 257, 1352-1372. 10.1016/j.jcp.2013.08.011