Daniel B. SzyldDepartment of Mathematics
College of Science and Technology
Temple University (038-16)
1805 N Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6094, USA
Phone +1 215 204 7288
FAX +1 215 204 6433
szyld AT temple DOT edu
My interest is Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing in general,
and Numerical and Applied Linear Algebra in particular.
I am currently the President of the International Linear Algebra Society (ILAS),
the Chair of the SIAM Committee on Section Activities,
and one of the SIAM representatives to the Mathematical Council of the Americas.
Micheael L. Parks, Kirk M. Soodhalter, and Daniel B. Szyld, A block Recycled GMRES method with investigations into aspects of solver performance, Research Report 16-04-04, April 2016. Revised August 2017. Available also at the arxiv. Bibtex
PUBLISHED IN 2020:Edmond Chow, Andreas Frommer, and Daniel B. Szyld, Asynchronous Richardson iterations: Theory and practice, Research Report 20-09-03, September 2020. Appeared online in Numerical Algorithms, 18 October 2020. Bibtex. Available also at the arxiv. Christian Glusa, Erik G. Boman, Edmond Chow, Sivasankaran Rajamanickam, and Daniel B. Szyld. Scalable Asynchronous Domain Decomposition Solvers, Research Report 19-10-11, October 2019. Revised April 2020 and July 2020. To appear in SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing. Bibtex Andreas Frommer, Kathryn Lund, and Daniel B. Szyld, Block Krylov subspace methods for functions of matrices II: Modified block FOM, SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, vol 41 (2020), pp. 804-837. Bibtex Mireille El Haddad, José C. Garay, Frédéric Magoulès, and Daniel B. Szyld, Synchronous and Asynchronous Optimized Schwarz Methods for one-way subdivision of bounded domains, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, vol. 27 (2020) paper e2779 (30 pages). Bibtex
PUBLISHED IN 2019:René Kehl, Reinhard Nabben, and Daniel B. Szyld, Adaptive Multilevel Krylov Methods, Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis, vol.51 (2019) pp. 512-528. Bibtex
Work on most of these papers was supported in part by the Department of Energy (Office of Science), and by the National Science Foundation. Other Papers: Chronological . By subject.
Matrices with Perron-Frobenius Properties, given at the Workshop on Theoretical and Applied Aspects of Nonnnegative Matrices at the Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery, Banff, Alberta, Canada, 27-29 July 2012.
Asynchronous Optimized Schwarz Methods for the solution of PDEs, given at Cornell on 6 November 2015.
Honors and Awards.
Commemorative medal of the School of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University of Prague, at the Czech-U.S. Workshop on Iterative Methods and Parallel Computing, June 16-21, 1997, Milovy, Czech Republic. Featured in the book Hall of Fame containing linocuts portraits of scientists in the field of scientific computing made by Henk van der Vorst. Published by SARA, the High Performance Computing Agency of the Netherlands, December 2010. Dean's Distinguished Award for Excellence in Research, College of Science and Technology, Temple University, October 2011. Fellow of the American Mathematical Society, Class of 2017. Fellow of the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Class of 2017. (A note from the College's news on these two recognitions). Achievement in Mathematics Award, College of Science and Technology 20th Anniversary Special Recognition, Temple University, November 2018.
American Mathematical Society (AMS).
Asociación Argenitina de Matemática Aplicada, Computational e Industrial (ASAMCI) .
Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM).
GAMM Activity Group on Applied and Numerical Linear Algebra .
International Linear Algebra Society (ILAS).
Mathematical Council of the Americas.
National Association of Mathematicians (NAM).
Societé Mathématique de France (SMF).
Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). Check this video clip: Why be a SIAM member?
SIAM Activity Group on Linear Algebra. See an article on Trends in Linear Algebra.
Unión Matemática de América Latina y el Caribe (UMALCA). Check also the pages for Domain Decomposition Methods, the NA-Digest, and for the Householder Symposia.
And two wonderful websites honoring mathematicians: Mathematically Gifted and Black, Marhematicians of the African Diaspora, Latin@s and Hispanics in the Mathematical Sciences.
Last updated: 21 September 2020