Acting Instructor,
University of Washington

Welcome to Jason Bramburger's homepage! I'm an acting instructor at the University of Washington working with Dr. Nathan Kutz and Dr. Steve Brunton. Prior to my current position, I was a PIMS Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Victoria and an NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow at Brown University. I received my Ph.D. in 2017 from the University of Ottawa under the supervision of Dr. Benoit Dionne and Dr. Victor LeBlanc with the thesis titled On the Existence and Stability of Rotating Wave Solutions to Lattice Dynamical Systems. Across the top are an array of options to get to know me and my mathematical research. You can get in contact with me in the following ways:

Email: jbrambur@uw.edu
Work Address:
    Lewis Hall
    University of Washington
    Seattle, WA, 98105
YouTube: Jason Bramburger
Twitter: @jbramburger7
GitHub: jbramburger
ResearchGate: Jason Bramburger

Upcoming Events:
  • I am co-organizing the mini-symposium Leveraging Machine Learning for Dynamics and Control at the SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamics Systems running from May 23 - 27, 2021. I will also be presenting my work on data-driven discovery in this mini-symposium.
  • I will be attending the Oberwolfach Workshop on Dynamics of Waves and Patterns from August 8-14, 2021.
  • For the 2021/2022 academic year I will be a fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of Surrey.

UW's Data-Driven Methods in Science and Engineering Seminar:
I am currently co-organizing the University of Washington virtual seminar series Data-driven methods for science and engineering. Please contact me by email if you would like to be added to the mailing list. You can find videos of past seminars at the Physics Informed Machine Learning YouTube channel and details about upcoming speakers at our website.

Quick Information:
  • My YouTube channel contains short video abstracts for some of my projects.
  • On my GitHub you can find code repositories for many of my publications along with lecture notes and their associated code from courses I have taught.
  • I am currently a member of the Nipissing University Alumni Advisory Board.
  • My talk from Dynamics Days Digital 2020 on averaging and extracting slow dynamics from time series is available at this link.
  • Click here to see a talk I gave for the University of Washington about my work on localized structures.

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