Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information

Name                   Aram H. Markosyan

Address               Xilinx, 2100 Logic Dr, San Jose, CA 95124

Phone                  +1 (734) 647 - 4840

Office                   S112



Society Memberships

    •  Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)

    •  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

    •  American Mathematical Society (AMS)

    •  American Physical Society (APS)

    •  American Vacuum Society (AVS)

    •  Werkgemeenschap Scientific Computing (WSC)

    •  IEEE (IEEE)

    •  Armenian Mathematical Union (AMU)

Work Experience

Postdoctoral Appointee at Sandia National Laboratories, CA                     October 2016 - Present

Visiting Scientist at University of Michigan                                                    October 2016 - Present

Research Fellow at University of Michigan                                                     July 2014 - September 2016

Ph.D. Candidate and Researcher at CWI                                                        May 2010 - May 2014 

Internship at Zeliade Systems                                                                          March 2009 - October 2009 


PhD degree, Eindhoven University of Technology                             2010 - 2014

Doctor at TU/e, Department of Applied Physics

Thesis title: Modeling multiple time scales in streamer discharges

Thesis Advisors: prof.dr. U.M. Ebert and dr. S. Dujko

Master 2, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris 6                          2008 - 2009

Master of Sciences and Technologies, Mathematics and Applications, Numerical Analysis and Partial Differential Equations

Thesis title: SVI implied variance parameterization

Thesis Advisors: Dr. C. Martini (Zeliade Systems), Prof. Dr. O. Pironneau (Paris 6), Prof. Dr. H. Berestycki (Paris 6)

Master degree, Yerevan State University                                               2006 - 2008

Faculty of Mathematics

Thesis title: Existence of the Minimal Element of the Class of Supersolutions in the One - Phase Parabolic Free Boundary Problem in Convex Domain

Thesis Advisors: Assoc. Prof. Michael Poghosyan

Bachelor degree (with honours), Yerevan State University               2002 - 2006

Faculty of Mathematics.

Thesis: An application of variational inequalities to the monotone operator theory

Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. G. Hakobyan 

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