- 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 high-order 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.
- 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 High-Order Discontinuous Galerkin Fluid-Structure Interaction Methods.
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