Advisor: Michal Kopera
Emphasis in Computational Math, Science and Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Master of Science in Mathematical Sciences
My research interests include mathematical modeling, numerical methods for partial differential equations, scientific software development, climate, and computational of real-world phenomena such as hurricanes, floods, and cyclones. My current work focuses on Discontinuous Galerkin(DG) methods to build a new non-hydrostatic ocean model and implementation of DG methods into Forest Claw with Prof. Michal Kopera, Prof. Donna Calhoun.