Basic information

I'm a PhD student at Rice University in the department of Computational and Applied Mathematics.
My advisors are Professor Béatrice Rivière and Professor Matthew G. Knepley.
Main research interests are the application, theory, and discretization of partial differential equations and high performance computing.

Contact information

Rice University
Computational and Applied Mathematics
Duncan Hall 3017
6100 Main Street - MS 134
Houston, Texas 77005-1892
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Teaching and Outreach Experience

I spent around 7 years teaching, mentoring, and tutoring mathematics at the high school and undergraduate level. Most of the positions I held (paid and unpaid) focused on retention, recruitment, and building learning skills for underrepresented minorities in STEM fields. Further information can be found in my CV; more details on the programs can be found in their respective webpages.

Dates Program name Position
2018 Noyce teacher professional development workshop Volunteer student panelist
2017 ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Recruiting and outreach at the Rice booth
2016-2017 Rice CAAM 420/520 Teaching Assistant
2016 2016 ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Conference, Social Action Network Focus Group Discussion group on using advanced computing for social change
2015-2016 Rice CAAM 336 Teaching Assistant
2013-2014 Washington State Academic Red Shirt (STARS) Mathematics Instructor
2009-2014 ENGR 197 Instructor of Record
Summer 2013 Mathematics Academy Lead Mathematics Instructor
Summer 2012 NSF-REM Lead Mathematics Instructor
2007-2014 MSEP Mathematics Tutor

Maurice S. Fabien 2018