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Phone: (864) 656-6907
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Eleanor Jenkins

Associate Professor
PhD in Mathematics from North Carolina State University, 2000
MS in Mathematical Sciences from Clemson University, 1990
BS in Mathematics from Wofford College, 1988
Professional Research Interests
Numerical methods for porous media flow problems, modeling and analysis of problems in filtration and separations, simulation based optimization, sustainable agriculture
Professional Memberships
Selected Publications
  • J Wang, EW Jenkins, JR Robinson, AB Wilson, SM Husson, "A new multimodal membrane adsorber for monoclonal antibody purifications", 
  •  of Membrane Science, 492, 137--146, 2015.
  • KR Fowler, EW Jenkins, CI Ostrove, JC Chrispell, MW Farthing, MD Parno, ``A decision making framework with MODFLOW-FMP2 via optimization:  Determining trade-offs in crop selection", Environmental Modelling and Software, 69, 280--291, 2015.
  • J Bokhira, KR Fowler, and EW Jenkins, ``Modeling and optimization for crop portfolio management under limited irrigation strategies", Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, 3(1), 209--237, 2014.
  •  EW Jenkins, C Paribello, and NE Wilson, ``Discrete mass conservation for porous media saturated flow", Numerical  Methods for Partial Differential Equations, 30(2), 625--640, 2014.
  • EW Jenkins, V John, A Linke, LG Rebholz, ``On the parameter choice in grad-div stabilization for the Stokes equation", Advances in Computational Mathematics, 40(2), 491--516, 2014.
  • VJ Ervin, EW Jenkins, and HK Lee, "Approximation of the Stokes-Darcy system by optimization", Journal of Scientific Computing, 59(3), 775--794, 2014.
Selected Talks
  • The Math of Chemistry:  Using Scientific Computing to Understand Filtration and Separations Processes.  AMS Section Meeting, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, March 2015
  • Mathematics for Water Management Strategies.   MPE 2013+ Workshop on Natural Resources, Howard University, Washington, SC, June 2015.
  • The Strawberries of Wrath:  Farming Under the Realities of Drought.  SAMSI Undergraduate Workshop, Research Triangle Park, NC, May 2015.
  • Modeling and Analysis of Filtration and Separations Systems.  Numerical Analysis Seminar, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, March 2015.
  • Optimization of a Managed Aquifer Recharge Network, 2014 South Carolina Water Resources Conference, Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, Columbia, SC, October 2014.
  • Analysis of a Managed Aquifer Recharge System. 2014 SIAM Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, July 2014.
  • Look for the Mathematics. Keynote address, Mathematics Conference and Competition of Northern New York, Potsdam, NY, March 2014.
personal webpage

Helping California's berry farmers manage irrigation challenges
Last Updated: 3/23/16