ComputationalModeling and Analysis
Software (Reproducible Research)
Particleclaw: An exactly conservative particle method for scalar 1D conservation laws
StaRMAP: An efficient method to solve spherical harmonics moment systems of radiative transfer
Neuro-VISOR: Real-time interactive virtual reality simulations of neuroscience signaling on complex neuron geometries
Past CollaborationsActive and Recent Collaborations
Soroush Assari (Temple University)
Marco Berghoff (KIT)
Carlos Canudas-de-Wit (CNRS GIPSA-Lab, Grenoble)
Yuche Chen (Univ. of South Carolina)
Prince Chidyagwai (Loyola University Maryland)
Miles Churchill (then UI Urbana-Champaign)
Shumo Cui (SUSTech)
Kurosh Darvish (Temple University)
Shimao Fan (then UI Urbana-Champaign)
Yossi Farjoun (then Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Morris R. Flynn (University of Alberta)
Nathaniel Hamilton (then Lipscomb University)
R'Mani Haulcy (then Yale University)
Michael Herty (RWTH Aachen University)
Aslan R. Kasimov (Skolkovo Institute)
Kerstin Küpper (then RWTH Aachen University)
Kaveh Laksari (University of Arizona)
Edward Larsen (University of Michigan)
Thibault Liard (Deusto University)
Stéphane Mollier (then Univ. Grenoble Alpes)
Jean-Christophe Nave (McGill University)
Edgar Olbrant (then RWTH Aachen University)
Hannah Pohlmann (then Penn State University)
Anais Rat (then Rutgers University Camden)
Keya Sadeghipour (Temple University)
Florian Schneider (then TU Kaiserslautern)
Birte Schmidtmann (then RWTH Aachen University)
Julia Somers (then Temple University)
Manuel Torrilhon (RWTH Aachen University)
Alexandre Bayen (UC Berkeley)
Jocelyn E. Behm (Temple University)
Rahul Bhadani (University of Arizona)
Abhijit Biswas (Temple University)
Matt Bunting (University of Arizona)
Chungho Cheng (UC Davis)
Maria Laura Delle Monache (INRIA Grenoble)
Joshua Finkelstein (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Giacomo Fiorin (Temple University & NIH)
Martin Frank (Karlsruhe Institute for Technology)
Derek Gloudemans (Vanderbilt University)
Niels Grønbech-Jensen (UC Davis)
George Gunter (Vanderbilt University)
Matthew R. Helmus (Temple University)
David I. Ketcheson (KAUST)
Roman Lysecky (University of Arizona)
Sean McQuade (Rutgers University Camden)
Benedetto Piccoli (Rutgers University Camden)
Rabie A. Ramadan (Temple University)
Rodolfo Ruben Rosales (MIT)
Najmeh Salehi (Temple University)
David Shirokoff (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Jonathan Sprinkle (University of Arizona)
Raphael E. Stern (University of Minnesota)
Slobodan Vucetic (Temple University)
Zivjena Vucetic (Clinical Genomics)
Daniel B. Work (Vanderbilt University)
Fangyu Wu (UC Berkeley)
Dong Zhou (CalState Los Angeles)
Current Research Support
  • 08/2023 - 07/2026, NSF grant DMS-2309728 (Computational Mathematics)
    Collaborative Research: Accuracy-Preserving Robust Time-Stepping Methods for Fluid Problems
    (PI, collaboration with David Shirokoff, DMS-2309727)
  • 08/2023 - 07/2024, NSF grant DMS-2330895 (conference grant)
    Conference: Mathematical Opportunities in Digital Twins (MATH-DT)
    (Co-PI, collaboration with Harbir Antil (PI) and Kathrin Smetana (Co-PI))
  • 01/2022 - 08/2023, US Department of Agriculture grant (APHIS),
    Mathematical modeling of the spread of the Spotted Lanternfly to design optimal protocols and strategies for control
    (Co-PI, with PI Matthew Helmus and Co-PI Jocelyn Behm)
  • 07/2020 - 06/2024, NSF grant DMS-1952878 (CDS&E-MSS and CISE/OAC)
    Flexible and Scalable Moment Method Simulations for Radiation Transport and Nuclear Medicine Applications
  • 01/2020 - 12/2024, US Department of Agriculture, Specialty Crop Research Initiative multi-institutional grant
    Biology, management and reducing the impact of the Spotted Lanternfly on specialty crops in the Eastern USA
    (Co-PI for project, Co-PI for Temple; led by Penn State; Temple collaborators: Matthew Helmus (PI), Jocelyn Behm (Co-PI)
  • 01/2020 - 12/2023, DOE grant DE-EE000887 (EERE, VTO)
    CIRCLES: Congestion Impact Reduction via CAV-in-the-loop Lagrangian Energy Smoothing
    (Co-PI for project, PI for Temple; collaboration with Alexandre Bayen (lead), Benedetto Piccoli, Jonathan Sprinkle, Daniel Work
Past Research Support
  • 08/2020 - 07/2023, NSF grant DMS-2012271 (Computational Mathematics)
    Collaborative Research: Euler-Based Time-Stepping with Optimal Stability and Accuracy for Partial Differential Equations
    (PI, collaboration with David Shirokoff, DMS-2012268)
  • 07/2021 - 06/2022, PA Department of Agriculture grant,
    Furthering computational approaches to model the Spotted Lanternfly invasion and economic impacts
    (Co-PI, with PI Matthew Helmus and Co-PI Jocelyn Behm)
  • 09/2020 - 08/2021, US Department of Agriculture grant (PPQ FarmBill)
    Mathematical Modeling Of Spotted Lanternfly Population Dynamics To Aide In Spread Prediction And Control Optimization
    (Co-PI, with PI Matthew Helmus and Co-PI Jocelyn Behm)
  • 08/2017 - 07/2021, NSF grant DMS-1719640 (Computational Mathematics)
    Collaborative Research: Overcoming Order Reduction and Stability Restrictions in High-Order Time-Stepping
    (PI, with Co-PI Dong Zhou, and collaboration with Rodolfo Ruben Rosales, DMS-1719637, David Shirokoff, DMS-1719693)
  • 01/2020 - 12/2020, US Department of Agriculture grant (APHIS),
    Linking field biology and mathematical modeling to predict Spotted Lanternfly spread and optimal control
    (Co-PI, with PI Matthew Helmus and Co-PI Jocelyn Behm)
  • 07/2019 - 09/2020, PA Department of Agriculture grant,
    Integrated approach to understand Spotted Lanternfly population dynamics
    (Co-PI, with PI Matthew Helmus and Co-PI Jocelyn Behm)
  • 09/2018 - 06/2020, PA Department of Agriculture grant,
    Furthering computational approaches for modeling, predicting and controlling Spotted Lanternfly invasion and its economic impact
    (Co-PI, with PI Matthew Helmus and Co-PI Jocelyn Behm)
  • 01/2018 - 12/2018, PA Department of Agriculture grant,
    An integrative approach to model, predict and control the spotted lanternfly invasion meltdown in Pennsylvania
    (Co-PI, with PI Matthew Helmus and Co-PI Jocelyn Behm)
  • 01/2015 - 12/2018, NSF grant CNS-1446690 (ITR CPS)
    CPS: Synergy: Collaborative Research: Control of vehicular traffic flow via low density autonomous vehicles
    (PI, collaboration with Benedetto Piccoli, CNS-1446715, Jonathan Sprinkle, CNS-1446435, and Daniel Work, CNS-1446702)
  • 07/2013 - 06/2016, NSF grant DMS-1318709 (Computational Mathematics)
    Collaborative Research: Gradient-augmented level set methods and jet schemes
    (PI, collaboration with Rodolfo Ruben Rosales, DMS-1318942)
  • 07/2013 - 06/2016, NSF grant DMS-1318641 (Computational Mathematics)
    A computational framework for atherosclerotic plaque growth simulations
    (PI, with Co-PI Sunnie Joshi)
  • 09/2011 - 08/2014, NSF grant DMS-1115269 (Computational Mathematics)
    Collaborative Research: Numerical approaches for incompressible viscous flows with high order accuracy up to the boundary
    (PI, with Co-PI Prince Chidyagwai, and collaboration with Rodolfo Ruben Rosales, DMS-1115278)
  • 09/2010 - 08/2013, NSF grant DMS-1007899 (Applied Mathematics)
    Collaborative Research: Phantom traffic jams, continuum modeling, and connections with detonation wave theory
    (PI, collaboration with Rodolfo Ruben Rosales, DMS-1007967)
  • 07/2008 - 06/2013, NSF grant DMS-0813648 (Computational Mathematics)
    Capturing subgrid structures with level set methods
    (Co-PI, with PI Rodolfo Ruben Rosales and Co-PI Jean-Christophe Nave)
Conference and Seminar Organization
2012-present    Computational Research on Owlsnest (CROO) Symposium
2011-present    Mid Atlantic Numerical Analysis Day
2009-present    Temple University Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing Seminar
2009-2012        Temple University Mathematics Colloquium
2008-2009        MIT seminar Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations
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