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Daniel R Reynolds

PI

I am a Professor in, and chair of, the Department of Mathematics at Southern Methodist University.  Prior to joining SMU in 2008, I held postdoctoral research positions in the Department of Mathematics and the Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences at the University of California, San Diego (2005-2008), and in the Center for Applied Scientific Computing at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2003-2005).  I received a PhD in Computational and Applied Mathematics from Rice University in 2003, and a BA in Mathematics from Southwestern University in 1998.

Current Research Group

Postdoctoral Researcher

Associate Professor, Mathematics, Hacettepe Univ.

PhD, Michigan Technological Univ. (2018)

 

Research topics: high Reynolds number fluid flows, temporally adaptive multirate infinitesimal (MRI) methods, SUNDIALS/ARKODE development.

Research Group Alumni

Alex Fish

Software Engineer 3,

Peraton

PhD student (graduated 2023)

Dissertation: Adaptive Multirate Infinitesimal Time Integration

Rujeko Chinomona

Postdoctoral Research Assistant Professor,

Temple University

PhD student (graduated 2021)

Dissertation: High-order flexible multirate integrators for multiphysics applications

Ting Yan

Senior Scientist,

Halliburton,

Singapore

PhD student (graduated 2020)

Dissertation: Advection-reaction-diffusion model of drug concentration in a lymph node

Vu Thai Luan

Postdoctoral researcher (2017-2019)

Jean Sexton

PhD student (graduated 2017)

Dissertation: High-order relaxed multirate infinitesimal step methods for multiphysics applications

David Gardner

PhD student (graduated 2014)

Dissertation: Filters for the improvement of multiscale data from atomistic simulations

Hilari Tiedeman

PhD student (graduated 2012)

Dissertation: Multilevel Schur complement preconditioning for multiphysics simulations

Aleena Taufiq

Undergraduate researcher (graduated 2018)

Micah Thornton

Undergraduate researcher (graduated 2017)

Nicholas Saulnier

Undergraduate researcher (graduated 2015)

Samuel White

Undergraduate researcher (graduated 2013)

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