Victor Camacho

University of Utah
Department of Mathematics
Office: LCB 317
camacho@math.utah.edu



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ADDRESS:
Department of Mathematics
University of Utah
155 S 1400 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0090

Education:
Ph.D Mathematics, University of Utah, In Progress
M.S. Mathematics, University of Utah, May 2009
B.S. Mathematics (with honors), Harvey Mudd College, May 2007.
High Valedictorian, Watsonville High School, June 2003

Honors and Awards:
IGERT Fellowship from The University of Utah 2007-2009
Chavin Prize for Outstanding Senior Thesis in Mathamtematics from Harvey Mudd College, 2007
CMS Track&Field School Record in the 4x800m relay, 2007
Starvos Busenberg Prize in Applied Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College, 2006
Valedictorian, Watsonville High School, 2003
Wharf to Wharf Scholarship for outstanding scholar-athelete, 2003

Work/Research Experience:
CEO, High Performance Tutoring LLC, May 2011 - Present
ACT Prep Tutor in Salt Lake City, High Performance Tutoring, May 2011 - Present
Math Tutor in Salt Lake City, Freelance, 2009 - Present
Mathematics Instructor, University of Utah, 2009 - 2015
Assistant Coordinator, Mathematical Biology Summer REU, University of Utah, Summer 2010
Research Assistant to Professor Donald Blumenthal, SAXS Laboratory, University of Utah, Summer 2008
Research Assistant to Professor Jon Jacobsen at Harvey Mudd College, Summer 2006
JHU-CTY, Teaching Assistant at Loyola Marymount University, Summer 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009

Publications:
V. Camacho, A. Fogelson, and J. Keener. Eulerian--Lagrangian Treatment of Nondilute Two-Phase Gels. SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2016 February 18; 76(1):341-367
V. Camacho, R. D. Guy, and J. Jacobsen. Traveling Waves and Shocks in a Viscoelastic Generalization of Bergers' Equation. SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2008 April 11; 68(5):1316-1332

Research Talks:
MAA Conference in New Orleans, LA, 2006