Mark Embree

Mark Embree is professor of computational and applied mathematics [1] at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. Until 2013, he was a professor of computational and applied mathematics at Rice University in Houston, Texas.

Mark Embree
NationalityUnited States American
Alma materUniversity of Oxford
Virginia Tech
Known forKrylov subspace methods, non-normal operators and spectral perturbation theory, Toeplitz matrices, random matrices, and damped wave operators
AwardsMan of the Year and Outstanding Student in the College of Arts and Sciences at Virginia Tech (1996)
Rhodes Scholar (1996)
Scientific career
FieldsMathematician
InstitutionsRice University
Doctoral advisorAndrew Wathen
Websitehttp://www.math.vt.edu/people/embree/

Mark Embree was awarded Man of the Year and Outstanding Student in the College of Arts and Sciences at Virginia Tech in 1996. He was also a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, where he completed his doctorate.

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His main research interests are Krylov subspace methods, non-normal operators and spectral perturbation theory, Toeplitz matrices, random matrices, and damped wave operators.

BooksEdit

Dr Mark Embree wrote a book with Lloyd N. Trefethen titled Spectra and Pseudospectra: The Behavior of Nonnormal Matrices and Operators.

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