I am an associate professor of Mathematics at UMass Dartmouth and a co-director of our data science program. Previously, I was a research associate at Cornell University working in Saul Teukolsky’s numerical relativity group and a Joint Space-Science Institute postdoctoral fellow at the University of Maryland working with Manuel Tiglio. In 2011 I completed my PhD under the supervision of Jan Hesthaven at Brown University.
My research interests include Bayesian inference, surrogate and reduced order modeling, gravitational-wave data science, scientific and high performance computing, object and task-based parallel programing, scalable and parallel algorithms, discontinuous Galerkin methods, computational general relativity and fluid dynamics, and near-field to far-field methods.
The applications I have been most interested in are motivated primarily by general relativity, gravitational waves, and large datasets.
Our research group is a member of the Simulating eXtreme Spacetimes collaboration (SXS), the Center for Scientific Computing and Data science Research (CSCDR), the UMass-URI Gravity Research Consortium (U2GRC), and the LISA consortium. Our work has been supported through National Science Foundation grants.
Contact informationUniversity of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Department of Mathematics