Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado
Department of Applied Mathematics, 526 UCB
Faculty member, Center for Research on Training,
University of Colorado
Research interests:My main research interests are in developing, analyzing, and implementing numerical methods, in particular for solving PDEs to high orders of accuracy. Such methods include pseudospectral and high accuracy finite difference methods and, in particular, methods based on radial basis functions (RBFs). The main application areas include computational fluid dynamics, geophysical and astrophysical flows, different types of wave phenomena, and seismic exploration.
|Michelle Ghrist|| Assoc. Prof. at USAF Academy,
Thesis: High-Order Finite Difference Methods for Wave Equations
|Grady Wright|| Assoc. Prof. at Boise State University
Thesis: Radial Basis Function Interpolation: Numerical and Analytical Developments
|| Adjunct Lecturer at Santa Clara University, Santa
Thesis: Recent Advances in Numerical PDEs
|| Assist. Prof. Michigan
Technological University, Houghton, MI.
Thesis: Analytical and Numerical Advances in Radial Basis Functions
|| Assist. Prof. Air Force
Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
Thesis: A Computational Study of the Fourth Painlevé Equation and a Discussion of Adams Predictor-Corrector methods
|Natasha Flyer|| Scientist III at NCAR,
|Amik St-Cyr||Scientist at Royal Dutch Shell, Rijswijk, Holland|
|B.C. Low||Senior Scientist at NCAR, Boulder|
|Elisabeth Larsson||Researcher at Uppsala University|
|André Weideman||Prof. at Stellenbosch University|
|Erik Lehto||Post Doc at KTH (Royal Institute of Technology), Stockholm.|