If you would like to come see me in person, I am in room 1105A of Warren Weaver Hall. My official office hours are Mondays and Wednesdays from 4pm to 5pm. Feel free to send me email (below) or see if I'm around at other times.
Prior to being at Courant, I spent a really enjoyable five years getting my PhD at the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University. I worked with Jan Hesthaven on a variety of issues involving linear and nonlinear hyperbolic PDEs and discontinuous Galerkin finite element method. If that sounds as interesting to you as it does to me, feel free to take a look at my work.
I am interested in high-order numerical methods for Partial Differential Equations, in particular for hyperbolic problems. I also care about parallel computing and the software engineering needed to build useful, robust simulation codes.
Need to contact me? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a support question, I'm usually more than happy to help.
But I would like to request that you do not email me directly, unless there's no other way. PyCUDA for example has a mailing list with searchable archives, as do a number of other projects.
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I also maintain the Electronic Prelim Book for my fellow grad students at the Division.
About the pictures on this page: The pseudocolor image in the page header is a snapshot from a solution of the second order wave equation with Dirichlet BCs created using hedge. The page background includes snippets from James Clerk Maxwell's A treatise on electricity and magnetism, nicked from Google books. (the work itself is well outside of copyright)