University of Graz, Austria; Mathematics; Dr. rer. nat., 2004
Georg Stadler is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at New York University's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. Before joining New York University in 2014, he was a research scientist at the Institute of Computational Engineering and Sciences at UT Austin. His research interests are in PDE-constrained Optimization, Computational Inverse Problems and Uncertainty Quantification, and Parallel Algorithms and Solvers. His research is often driven by real-world applications from engineering or natural sciences. He is co-recipient of the Springer CSE Prize in 2011, was a finalist for the Gordon Bell Prize in Supercomputing in '08, '10 and '12 and is a co-recipient of the Bell Prize in 2015 for illustrating extreme scalability of implicit solvers for systems arising from nonlinear, highly heterogeneous and indefinite partial differential equations.