Liliana Borcea

University of Michigan
Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics

Liliana Borcea has been the Peter Field Collegiate Professor of Mathematics at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor since 2013.

Her research interests are in applied mathematics, with particular interest in theoretical and computations aspects of inverse problems, wave propagation and imaging in random media, and flow problems in high contrast composite media.

Borcea's undergraduate degree in Applied Physics is from University of Bucharest, Romania and her a PhD in Scientific Computing and Computational Mathematics (SCCM) is from Stanford University. After a one year stay in Applied Mathematics at Caltech, as an NSF postdoctoral fellow, she joined the department of Computational and Applied Mathematics at Rice University, where she then became the Noah Harding Professorship, before joining the faculty at the University of Michigan

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