Research in Scientific Computation and Mathematical Algorithms

The following faculty members have research interests in Scientific Computation and Mathematical Algorithms. Details about each persons research, publications and information about thesis topics can be found on each person's home page.

Henry Adams

Applied algebraic topology, computational topology, and combinatorial topology

David Aristoff

Numerical Analysis, Mathematical Physics

Wolfgang Bangerth

Numerical analysis, scientific computing, mathematical software

Dan Bates

Numerical Algebraic Geometry, Scientific Computation

Anton Betten

Combinatorics, Coding theory, Design theory

Margaret Cheney

Inverse Problems, Radar Imaging

Alexander Hulpke

(Computational) Group Theory, Combinatorics, Number Theory, Symbolic Computation

Michael Kirby

Computational and Applied Mathematics, Geometric methods in pattern analysis, empirical analysis of large data sets, optimization and mathematical modeling, signal and image processing,Optimal low-dimensional systems and modeling

James Liu

Numerical Analysis, Scientific Computing

Ross McConnell

Algorithms and graph theory

Jennifer Mueller

Electrical Impedance Tomography, Numerical Analysis, Mathematical Biology, Inverse Problems

Chris Peterson

Algebraic Geometry

Olivier Pinaud

Partial Differential Equations, Waves in Random Media, Inverse Problems, Quantum Transport

Clayton Shonkwiler

Differential Geometry, Geometric Knot Theory, Polymer Models

Simon Tavener

Fluid Mechanics, Stability and Bifurcation in Continuum Mechanics, Mathematical Ecology

James Wilson

Groups, algebras, and computation

Yongcheng Zhou

Numerical Methods for PDEs, Mathematical Biology, Fluid Dynamics