Guillermo Goldsztein

Guillermo Goldsztein

Professor; School of Mathematics

Professor Goldsztein is originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 1992 he received his undergraduate degree in mathematics from the University of Buenos Aires and in 1997 a PhD in mathematics from MIT. During the three following years (1997-2000), he was a postdoctoral scholar and lecturer in applied mathematics at CalTech. Since 2000, he has been a faculty member of the School of Mathematics of Georgia Tech, where he is now a full professor. Professor Goldsztein enjoys applying mathematics that can be used in other other fields of science such as computational biology, machine learning, and the intersection between math and physics. Machine learning is among his areas of expertise.


Office Location:
Skiles 112

Georgia Institute of Technology

College of Sciences
School of Mathematics
Research Focus Areas:
  • Computational Materials Science
  • Additional Research:

    computational mechanics

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