Hammond comes to Stonehill from France where she was a post-doctoral researcher at the Inria Foundation, a pioneer in supporting the development of digital sciences. There, she was a member of the ANGE research team working on the project “Uncertainty Quantification for air quality simulation at urban scale.” In addition, Hammond served as an adjunct professor at Sorbonne Université, where she taught general and applied mathematics. 

Areas of Interest

Her research interests include model order reduction, data assimilation, and uncertainty quantification, with applications in air quality modeling. Hammond’s work has appeared in academic journals such as Applied Mathematical Modeling and Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics.


  • B.S., Mathematics and French, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
  • M.S., Mathematics, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (France)
  • Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, Université Paris-Est (France)