Dartmouth College

27 North Main Street

Hanover, NH 03755, USA

Office: Kemeny 200

Email: Jan.Glaubitz at Dartmouth.edu

I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Mathematics at Dartmouth College, working with Anne Gelb. My research focuses on advancing foundational computational methodologies in numerical conservation laws and Bayesian inverse problems. I particularly enjoy working at the intersection of theoretical numerical analysis (provable approximation, convergence, and stability results), method development (preferably using theoretical insights), and uncertainty quantification (quantifying confidence in computational predictions).

Before joining Dartmouth in 2020, I obtained a Dr. rer. nat. In Mathematics from the Technical University Braunschweig in Germany under the supervision of Thomas Sonar. My dissertation was on high-order numerical methods and shock-capturing for hyperbolic conservation laws.

- Hierarchical Bayesian inverse problems
- Numerical hyperbolic conservation laws
- Non-polynomial approximations and PDE solvers
- Numerical integration

- Fall 2022: Probability (Math 20)
- Spring 2022: Introduction to Applied Mathematics/ Applied Mathematics II (Math 46/136)
- Fall 2021: Probability (Math 20)
- Spring 2021: Introduction to Applied Mathematics/ Applied Mathematics II (Math 46/136)
- Fall 2020: Differential Equations (Math 23)
- Spring 2020: Introduction to Applied Mathematics/ Applied Mathematics II (Math 46/136)

- Summer 2019: Catastrophe Theory
- Winter 2018: Mathematics for Electrical Engineers III
- Summer 2018: Mathematics for Electrical Engineers II
- Summer 2018: Seminar - Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
- Winter 2017: Seminar in Analysis
- Winter 2017: Dynamical Systems
- Summer 2017: Analysis II
- Summer 2017: Seminar in Analysis
- Winter 2017: Analysis I
- Summer 2016: Numerical Methods for Differential Equations

- Winter 2015: Analysis III
- Summer 2015: Preparation Course in Mathematics
- Summer 2015: Linear Algebra II
- Winter 2014: Linear Algebra I
- Summer 2014: Preparation Course in Mathematics
- Summer 2014: Numerical Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations
- Summer 2014: Analysis II
- Winter 2013: Analysis I
- Summer 2013: Preparation Course in Mathematics
- Summer 2013: Mathematics for Electrical Engineers II
- Winter 2012: Mathematics for Electrical Engineers I
- Summer 2012: Preparation Course in Mathematics
- Summer 2012: Mathematics for Electrical Engineers II
- Winter 2011: Mathematics for Electrical Engineers I
- Summer 2011: Preparation Course in Mathematics

- Spring 2021: Introduction to Applied Mathematics
- Spring 2020: Introduction to Applied Mathematics