Lulabel Ruiz Seitz

Ph.D. Candidate in Applied Mathematics, Brown University

B.S. Honors in Mathematics, Stanford University, Class of 2022


I'm currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Brown University Department of Applied Mathematics (entered 2022). My advisor is Dr. Mara Freilich. I am a 2024 GFD Fellow at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and a 2024 NDSEG fellow. 

My current research focuses on the impact of lateral dispersion due to unresolved fine-scale processes in the ocean on biogeochemistry. More generally, I'm interested in the development of mathematical methods to account for the impacts of these unresolved processes in velocity fields in a way that is compatible with the analysis of biological systems. I'm also interested in oceanographic techniques based in dynamical systems and stochastic differential equations.

In June 2022, I graduated from Stanford University with a B.S. honors in mathematics, where I was a first generation college student. When I'm not doing math, I enjoy writing creative nonfiction, dance, and most things pertaining to cats.


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