Introduction
 I am an associate professor of Mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley, and affiliated with the Mathematics Department at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
 My current research interests are in highorder methods for fluid and solid mechanics, in particular techniques based on the Discontinuous Galerkin method.
 My 3DG Software package is based on new discretization techniques and efficient solvers, which I apply to problems in aerodynamics and solid dynamics, such as aeroacoustics, biologically inspired flapping flight, wind tubines, and micromechanical devices.
News
 Aug, 2015: Congratulations to Luming Wang for graduating, with the Ph.D. thesis Discontinuous Galerkin Methods on Moving Domains with Large Deformations.
 Aug, 2014: My office hours for Fall 2014 are Wed 1:30  3:30pm, or by appointment.
 Aug, 2014: In the Fall of 2014, I am teaching Math 10A: Methods of Mathematics: Calculus, Statistics, and Combinatorics.
 Jan, 2014: My office hours for Spring 2014 are:
 Tue 11:00  12:30pm (primarily 10B students)
 Wed 2:00  3:30pm (general)
 Thu 11:00  12:30pm (primarily 128A students)
 Jan, 2014: In the Spring of 2014, I am teaching Math 128A: Numerical Analysis and Math 10B: Methods of Mathematics: Calculus, Statistics, and Combinatorics.
 Sep, 2013: Congratulations to Bradley Froehle for graduating, with the Ph.D. thesis HighOrder Discontinuous Galerkin FluidStructure Interaction Methods.
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