Mathematics and Computer Science Division
Argonne National Laboratory
9700 S. Cass Ave, Argonne, IL 60439
Office: 240 TCS Building, Room 1-1411
Phone: (630) 252-5380,
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My primary research focuses on developing efficient, fast, and accurate numerical algorithms based on high-order discretizations
using spectral element (SE) and spectral element discontinuous Galerkin (SEDG) approaches for solving drift-diffusion,
Helmholtz, Maxwell, Schodinger, quantum density matrix, and lattice Boltzmann models for elecromagnetics,
quantum, and fluid systems (eg., nanowire solar cells, plasmonic nanoparticles quantum dots, ion channels).
It includes developing efficient time discretization algorithms with explicit, implicit, semi-implicit
approaches and preconditioning techniques.
My research combines theoretical work to develop scalable algorithms and softwares
for exascale application simulations on future HPC archtectures. These algorithmic efforts include
scalable CPU and CPU+GPU programming development and performance studies on DOE's leadership computing platforms.
Education and Training
2011-2016, Computational Scientist, MCS Division, Argonne National Laboratory
2006-2011, Assistant Computational Scientist, MCS Division, Argonne National Laboratory
2003, Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, Brown University (Thesis: Spectral methods for discontinuous problems, Advisor: Prof. David Gottlieb)
2003-2006, Postdoctoral Researcher, MCS Division, Argonne National Laboratory (Postdoctoral Advisor:
Dr. Paul Fischer)