Anna Szczekutowicz
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szczekutowicz@math.utexas.edu


Office: RLM 11.138 
I'm a Ph.D candidate in the Math Department at The University of Texas at Austin. My research advisor is
Prof. Irene Gamba.


Research Interests
 Collisional model for Coulombic interactions
 Particle motion in a periodic structure such as tokamaks

Experience
 June  August 2018, Graduate Research Intern, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Talks
 "Velocity dependent Coulomb logarithm in the Landau limit of the Boltzmann equation" 2019 Association for Women in Mathematics Research Symposium, Rice University, April 2019
 "Velocity dependent Coulomb logarithm in the Landau limit of the Boltzmann equation" University of Texas at Austin, Feb 2019
 "Velocity dependent Coulomb logarithm in the Landau limit of the Boltzmann equation" Los Alamos National Laboratory, Nambe Seminar, Aug 2018
 "Conservative Hamiltonian Algorithms for Guiding Center Motion in Tokamaks" (poster) High Energy Density Science Summer School, San Diego, CA, Aug 2017
 "Exploring the Exponential and the Number e" Saturday Morning Math Group, Austin, TX, Sept 2015
 "Basins of attraction of ECM solutions of the LangKobayashi system " Joint Mathematics Meeting, Baltimore, MD, Jan 2014

Teaching Experience
 Fall 2017  Instructor, M371E (Learning Assistant Experience in Math)
 Spring 2017  Teaching Assistant, M408R (Differential Calculus)
 Fall 2016  Teaching Assistant, M408K (Differential Calculus) & Teaching Assistant, M408L (Integral Calculus)
 Spring 2016  Teaching Assistant, M408S (Integral Calculus)
 Fall 2015  Teaching Assistant, M408N (Differential Calculus)
 Spring 2015  Teaching Assistant, M408D (Integral Calculus)
 Fall 2014  Teaching Assistant, M408C (Differential Calculus)

