Mark Embree

Professor of Mathematics
Virginia Tech
Professor, Department of Mathematics
Leader, Computational Modeling and Data Analytics (CMDA) division
Associate Director, Virginia Tech Smart Infrastructure Laboratory

Office:   575 McBryde Hall (VT map)
Mailing Address:  225 Stanger Street 0123, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
Telephone:  (540) 231-9592

research interests

upcoming events

Virginia Tech's Computational Modeling and Data Analytics (CMDA) major

In Spring 2014, Virginia Tech launched this new undergraduate major, a collaboration between the departments of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Statistics. Faculty have developed eight new courses for the major. Other departments have added specialized options for students seeking to apply CMDA skills in particular applications. The first class will graduate in May 2017. As of January 2017, more than 300 students have declared the CMDA major.

spring 2017 teaching

slides from a short-course on pseudospectra

Pseudospectra and Nonnormal Dynamical Systems (4th Elgersburg School, March 2012)

relics from past classes

ph.d. students, past and present

Spectra and Pseudospectra

  Spectra and Pseudospectra: The Behavior of Nonnormal Matrices and Operators
Lloyd N. Trefethen and Mark Embree
Princeton University Press, 2005.
Section 1 in PDF from Princeton University Press
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EigTool, Tom Wright's excellent code for computing pseudospectra, is now on GitHub.
Contributions are welcome!

Papers, technical reports, preprints, etc.

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