Serkan Gugercin

I am a professor in the Department of Mathematics and in the Division of Computational Modeling and Data Analytics (CMDA) in the College of Science at Virginia Tech. I am also a member of the Interdisciplinary Center for Applied Mathematics. My research is in the areas of Model Reduction, Dynamical Systems, Numerical Analysis, and Scientific Computing.

Our Book

Interpolatory Methods for Model Reduction
by A.C. Antoulas, C.A. Beattie, S. G├╝gercin

Exerpt from the SIAM website: Interpolatory methods are among the most widely used model reduction techniques, and this textbook is the first comprehensive analysis of this approach available in a form readily accessible to practitioners.

Interpolatory Methods for Model Reduction

  • provides a single, extensive resource for interpolatory model reduction techniques;
  • contains state-of-the-art methods, which have matured significantly over the last two decades; and
  • covers both classical projection frameworks for model reduction and data-driven, nonintrusive frameworks.

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Honors and Awards

  • Class of 1950 Professor of Mathematics. Virginia Tech 2019 to present. (VT News)
  • A.V. Morris Professor of Mathematics. Virginia Tech, 2016 to 2019.
  • Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow, TU Berlin, Germany, 2016.
  • NSF Early CAREER Award in Computational and Applied Mathematics, 2007.
  • Jacobs University Bremen Teaching Award, 2003.
  • Ralph Budd Award for Research in Engineering, Rice University, School of Engineering, 2003.