### Patricia Azike

*PhD in Computing* (Fall 2021 - present)

**Project:** Work focused on developing ForestClaw for wildfire applications

Students I have supervised while at BSU.

- PhD students are from our newly created interdiscplinary PhD in Computing (created in Fall 2016).
- The Department of Mathematics does not have a PhD program.
- See my CV for list of supervisory committees I have participated in.

*PhD in Computing* (Fall 2021 - present)

**Project:** Work focused on developing ForestClaw for wildfire applications

*PhD in Computing* (Fall 2019 - present)

**Project:** Work focused on direct elliptic solver using the HPS approach

*PhD in Computing* (Fall 2020 - present)

**Project:** Work focused on developing ForestClaw for atmospheric applications

*MS in Mathematics* (Spring 2017)

**Thesis:** “Multi-rate Runge-Kutta-Chebyshev Time Stepping for Parabolic Equations on Adaptively Refined Meshes”

*MS in Mathematics* (Summer 2013)

**Thesis:** “Computing curvature and curvature normals on smooth logically Cartesian surface meshes”

*MS in Mathematics* (Summer 2012)

**Thesis:** “Perfect stripes from a general Turing model in different geometries”

*MS in Mathematics* (Summer 2022 - present)

**Project:** Work on accelerating Clawpack solver on single Cartesian grids.

*BS in Applied Mathematics and Economics* (Spring 2021)

**Project:** Fractal formation in urban growth.

*BS in Applied Mathematics* (Fall 2015)

**Project:** Google Earth visualization of tsunami activity (BSU SRI Summer Fellowship recipient)

*BS in Applied Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science* (Spring 2020)

**Project:** Developed a multigrid solver for elliptic problems on adaptively refined meshes.

*BS in Geosciences* (Fall 2017)

**Thesis:** “Petrogenesis and Thermodynamic Modeling of Magmas from the Los Nevados Cones: Villarrica Volcano, Southern Chile”

*BS in Geosciences* (Spring 2021)

**Project:** Develop computational model of the 1976 Teton Dam Failure

*BS in Mechanical Engineering* (Fall 2015)

**Project:** Work with Idaho National Laboratory to develop flooding models using GeoClaw and ForestClaw.

*BS in Applied Mathematics* (Spring 2018)

**Project:** Worked on direct solver for 3d adaptive octree meshes

*BS in Applied Mathematics* (Spring 2020 - present)

**Project:** Tensor analysis on the sphere (HERC Fellowship Recipient)

*BS in Mathematics* (Fall 2022 - present)

**Project:** Senior 401 project

*BS in Applied Mathematics* (Fall 2015)

**Project:** Senior Thesis project on implementing schemes for maintaining conservation in the parallel, adaptive ForestClaw code