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PARALLEL NUMERICAL ALGORITHMS
RESEARCH GROUP @ VT

 
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TIM WARBURTON

Professor of Mathematics and John K. Costain Chair

Interests include the development of high-order finite element methods, high-performance computing, parallel algorithms, accelerating computing with GPUs, radiation boundary conditions, computational electromagnetics, computational fluid dynamics, computational geophysics including seismic inversion.

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JOSEPH WEISSMAN

Graduate Student

Joe recently graduated from Virginia Tech with degrees in Math, Physics, and Computational Modeling & Data Analytics. He is pursuing a Master's in Mathematics also at Virginia Tech.


He has written a Jacobi-Free Newton Krylov solver for libParanumal and is now working on preconditioning. His

research interests include high performance computing, preconditioning, and machine learning.