## Nick Fisher

- Mathematics & Statistics
- Colorado School of Mines

Golden, CO 80401

USA

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Education

- PhD, Computational and Applied Mathematics, Colorado School of Mines ('19)
- MS Applied Mathematics (with a concentration in dynamical systems and chaos), San Diego State University ('14)
- BA Mathematics, Humboldt State University ('12)
- BA Philosophy, Humboldt State University ('12)
- AA Philosophy, Southwestern College ('08)

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Research

- Numerical Analysis, Approximation Theory, Computational Fluid Dynamics

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Interests

- In the past, I have worked on biomedical image processing projects. Specifically, I developed procedures for automated region of interest detection and the segmentation of H&E stained histology samples. Outside of applied math, I am quite interested in logic, mathematical logic, and the philosophy of mathematics.

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Publications

- N. Fisher and B. Bialecki,
*The solution to Poisson's equation with Neumann boundary condistions
by orthogonal spline collocation*, In preparation.
- N. Fisher and B. Bialecki,
*Extrapolated ADI Crank-Nicolson orthogonal spline collocation
for coupled Burgers' equations*, (20019),
Journal of Difference Equations and Applications, DOI: 10.1080/10236198.2019.11701671.
- B. Bialecki and N. Fisher,
* Maximum norm convergence analysis of
extrapolated Crank-Nicolson orthogonal spline collocation for Burgers'
equation in one space variable*, (2018),
Journal of Difference Equations and Applications, DOI: 10.1080/10236198.2018.1512981.