Tyson Loudon

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Tyson Loudon

Graduate Student, University of Minnesota


Vincent Hall
Room 426
206 Church Street Se
Minneapolis, MN 55455


  • PhD in Mathematics, University of Minnesota — Twin Cities
  • MS in Computational and Applied Mathematics, Colorado School of Mines
  • BS in Applied Mathematics, University of Texas — Austin


Tyson Loudon received his PhD at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities working under Professor Douglas Arnold. His dissertation, "Lanczos Approximation of Joint Spectral Quantities and Applications," offers new methods to estimate the absorption spectra of semiconductors. Before coming to the University of Minnesota Tyson completed his Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin and his Master of Science in Computational and Applied Mathematics at the Colorado School of Mines (CSM). His thesis advisor at CSM was Professor Stephen Pankavich and his master's thesis is titled, " Analysis and Dynamic Active Subspaces for a Long Term Model of HIV." 

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