Daniel R. Reynolds

CONTACT

Southern Methodist University

Department of Mathematics

PO Box 750156

Dallas, TX 75275-0156

http://faculty.smu.edu/reynolds

EDUCATION

Rice University, Houston, TX, 1998 to 2003.

Ph.D. in Computational and Applied Mathematics, 2003.

M.A. in Computational and Applied Mathematics, 2002.

Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX, 1994 to 1998.

B.A. in Mathematics, Magna Cum Laude, 1998.

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

Associate Professor: Department of Mathematics, Southern Methodist University, 2014-

Assistant Professor: Department of Mathematics, Southern Methodist University, 2008-2014

Postdoctoral Researcher / Teaching Visitor: Department of Mathematics, University of California at San Diego, advisor M.J. Holst, 2005-2008

Postdoctoral Researcher: Center for Applied Scientific Computing, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, advisor C.S. Woodward, 2003-2005

TEACHING

Southern Methodist University, Department of Mathematics:

MATH 2339, Calculus 3 – Fall 2008, Fall 2010.

MATH 3315/CSE 3365, Introduction to Scientific Computing – Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2011, Fall 2012, Spring 2013.

MATH 3316, Introduction to High Performance Scientific Computing  Fall 2013. Fall 2014

MATH 3353, Introduction to Linear Algebra – Spring 2011, Spring 2014, Spring 2015.

MATH 4370, Parallel Scientific Computing – Spring 2015.

MATH 5315, Numerical Analysis  Fall 2013.

MATH 6316, Numerical Linear Algebra – Spring 2014.

MATH 6321, Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations – Fall 2010, Fall 2012, Fall 2014

MATH 6370, Parallel Scientific Computing – Spring 2009, Spring 2011, Spring 2013, Spring 2015.

MATH 8398, Dissertation – Fall 2010 to present.

Directed study, H. Tiedeman, May 2009 to August 2012.

Directed study, D. Gardner, May 2011 to June 2014.

Directed study, J. Sexton, May 2014 to present.

University of California at San Diego, Department of Mathematics:

MATH 20D, Introduction to Differential Equations – Winter 2006.

MATH 174, Numerical Methods in Science and Engineering – Fall 2006.

RESEARCH

Refereed Publications

M.J. Turk, D. Silva and D.R. Reynolds, “Dengo: Flexible Reaction Network Definitions in Astrophysical Computations,” (in preparation).

D.J. Gardner and D.R. Reynolds, “Filters for Improvement of Multiscale Data from Atomistic Simulations,” (in preparation).

D.R. Reynolds and S.H. White, “On the Optimization of Large-Scale Parallel Linear Solvers Through Asynchronous Scheduling,” (in preparation).

H.C. Tiedeman and D.R. Reynolds, “Multilevel Schur complement preconditioning,” (in preparation).

D.R. Reynolds and J. Bordner, “Scalable Linear Solvers for Implicit Block-Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement,” (in preparation).

D.J. Gardner, C.S. Woodward, D.R. Reynolds, G. Hommes, S. Aubry and A. Arsenlis, “Implicit integration methods for dislocation dynamics,” Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering, 23:025006, 2015.

G.C. So, M.L. Norman, D.R. Reynolds and J.H. Wise, “Fully-Coupled Simulation of Cosmic Reionization II: Recombinations, Clumping Factors, and the Photon Budget for Reionization,” The Astrophysical Journal, 789:149, 2014.

M.L. Norman, D.R. Reynolds, G.C. So, R. Harkness and J.H. Wise, “Fully-Coupled Simulation of Cosmic Reionization I: Numerical Methods and Tests,” The Astrophysical Journal Supplement, 216:16, 2014.

G.L. Bryan et al., “Enzo: An Adaptive Mesh Refinement Code for Astrophysics,” The Astrophysical Journal Supplement, 211:19, 2014.

D. E. Keyes et al., “Multiphysics Simulations: Challenges and Opportunities”, International Journal of High Performance Computing, 27:4-83, 2013.

D.R. Reynolds and R. Samtaney, “Sparse Jacobian Construction for Mapped Grid Visco-Resistive Magnetohydrodynamics,” in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2012.

D.R. Reynolds, R. Samtaney and H.C. Tiedeman, “A fully implicit Newton-Krylov-Schwarz method for tokamak MHD: Jacobian construction and preconditioner formulation,” Computational Science & Discovery, 5:014003, 2012.

D.R. Reynolds, R. Samtaney and C.S. Woodward, “Operator-Based Preconditoning of Stiff Hyperbolic Systems,” SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 32:150-170, 2010.

D.R. Reynolds, J.C. Hayes, P. Paschos and M.L. Norman, “Self-Consistent Solution of Cosmological Radiation Hydrodynamics and Chemical Ionization,” Journal of Computational Physics, 228:6833-6854, 2009.

I.T. Iliev et al., "Cosmological Radiative Transfer Codes Comparison Project II: The Radiation-Hydrodynamic Tests," MNRAS, 400:1283-1316, 2009.

M.L. Norman, D.R. Reynolds and G.C. So, “Cosmological Radiation Hydrodynamics with Enzo,” Recent Directions in Astrophysical Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiation Hydrodynamics, AIP, 2009.

D.R. Reynolds, F.D. Swesty and C.S. Woodward, “A Newton-Krylov solver for implicit solution of hydrodynamics in core collapse supernovae,” Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 125, 2008.

M.L. Norman et al., “Simulating Cosmological Evolution with Enzo,” in Petascale Computing: Algorithms and Applications, D. Bader (editor), CRC Press, 2007.

D.R. Reynolds, R. Samtaney and C.S. Woodward, “A Fully Implicit Numerical Method for Single-Fluid Resistive Magnetohydrodynamics,” Journal of Computational Physics, 219:144-162, 2006.

P. Kloucek and D.R. Reynolds, “On the Modeling of Nonlinear Thermodynamics in SMA Wires,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 196:180-191, 2006.

D.E. Keyes, D.R. Reynolds and C.S. Woodward, “Implicit Solvers for Large-Scale Nonlinear Problems,” Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 46:433-442, 2006.

P. Kloucek, D.R. Reynolds and T.I. Seidman, “Computational Modeling of Vibration Damping in SMA Wires,” Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics, 16: 495-514, 2004.

D. Cox, P. Kloucek and D.R. Reynolds, “On the Asymptotically Stochastic Computational Modeling of Microstructures,” Future Generation Computer Systems, 20: 409-424, 2004.

P. Kloucek, D.R. Reynolds and T.I. Seidman, "On Thermodynamic Active Control of Shape Memory Alloy Wires," Systems & Control Letters, 48: 211-219, 2003.

P. Kloucek, D.R. Reynolds and T.I. Seidman, “Thermal Stabilization of Shape Memory Alloy Wires,” in Smart Structures and Materials 2003: Modeling, Signal Processing, and Control, R.C. Smith editor, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 5049, 2003.

D. Cox, P. Kloucek and D.R. Reynolds, "The Computational Modeling of Crystalline Materials Using a Stochastic Variational Principle," in Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2330: 461-469, 2002.

M.S. Gockenbach, D.R. Reynolds, P. Shen and W.W. Symes, "Efficient and Automatic Implementation of the Adjoint State Method," ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 28: 22-44, 2002.

M.S. Gockenbach, D.R. Reynolds and W.W. Symes, "Automatic Differentiation and the Adjoint State Method," in Proceedings: Automatic Differentiation 2000: From Simulation to Optimization, Springer-Verlag, 2001.

Other Publications

G.L. Bryan et al., “Enzo – Astrophysical Adaptive Mesh Refinement”, Open source software release, ver. 2.4, 8 August 2014, http://enzo-project.org.

D.R. Reynolds, “ARKode –Additive Runge Kutta methods for ODEs”, Open source software release, ver. 0.1, 22 July 2013, http://faculty.smu.edu/reynolds/arkode.

G.L. Bryan et al., “Enzo – Astrophysical Adaptive Mesh Refinement”, Open source software release, ver. 2.3, 9 July 2013, http://enzo-project.org.

G.L. Bryan et al., “Enzo – Astrophysical Adaptive Mesh Refinement”, Open source software release, ver. 2.2, 30 November 2012, http://enzo-project.org.

C.S. Woodward et al., “SUNDIALS – SUite of Nonlinear and DIfferential/ALgebraic Solvers”, Open source software release, ver. 2.5.0, 21 March 2012, http://computation.llnl.gov/casc/sundials.

J.A. Insley et al., “Modeling early galaxies using radiation hydrodynamics,” in Conference on High Performance Computing Networking, Storage and Analysis -- Companion Volume, SC 2011, Seattle, WA, USA, November 2011.

G.L. Bryan et al., “Enzo – Astrophysical Adaptive Mesh Refinement”, Open source software release, ver. 2.1, 17 October 2011, http://enzo.googlecode.com.

G.L. Bryan et al., “Enzo – Astrophysical Adaptive Mesh Refinement”, Open source software release, ver. 2.0, 30 July 2010, http://enzo.googlecode.com.

D.R. Reynolds, “gFLDProblem: A FLD-based Radiation and Chemistry Solver for Enzo,” Technical Report, 30 July 2010, http://enzo.googlecode.com.

D.R. Reynolds, “gFLDSplit: A FLD-based Radiation and Chemistry Solver for Enzo,” Technical Report, 30 July 2010, http://enzo.googlecode.com.

C.S. Woodward et al., “SUNDIALS – SUite of Nonlinear and DIfferential/ALgebraic Solvers”, Open source software release, ver. 2.4.0, 11 May 2009, http://computation.llnl.gov/casc/sundials.

W. Tang et al., “Scientific Grand Challenges: Fusion Energy Science and the Role of Computing at the Extreme Scale”, Tech. Rep. U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Fusion Energy Sciences and the Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research, March 18-20, 2009, Washington, D.C. (June 2010).

D.R. Reynolds and R. Szypowski, “Panel Discusses Research Directions and Enabling Technologies for the Future of CS&E,” SIAM News, May 2007.

C.S. Woodward et al., “SUNDIALS – SUite of Nonlinear and DIfferential/ALgebraic Solvers”, Open source software release, ver. 2.3.0, 6 November 2006, http://computation.llnl.gov/casc/sundials.

D.D. Cox, P. Kloucek, D.R. Reynolds and P. Solin, “Stochastic Relaxation of Variational Integrals with Non-attainable Infima,” in Proceedings: ENUMATH 2003 European Conference on Numerical Mathematics, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2004.

D.R. Reynolds, “A Nonlinear Thermodynamic Model for Phase Transitions in Shape Memory Alloy Wires,” Ph.D. Thesis, Rice University Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics, April 2003.

D. Cox, P. Kloucek and D.R. Reynolds, "A Subgrid Projection Method for Relaxation of Non-Attainable Differential Inclusions," in Proceedings:  ENUMATH 2001 European Conference on Numerical Mathematics, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2002.

J. Hu, C. Ingrassia, S. Lowizsch, J. Park, A. Pineda, D. Reynolds, N. Valdivia (S.K. Patch, mentor), "Second Order Solution of Fritz John's Ultrahyperbolic PDE for Volumetric Computed Tomography," IMA preprint 1752-4, 2001.

PRESENTATIONS and WORKSHOPS

Presentations: 2015 SMU HPC Winter Workshop, Dallas, TX, 2015.

Invited Presentation: University of Texas at Dallas, Computational Science Seminar, Dallas, TX, 2014.

Invited Poster: 2014 SciDAC PI Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2014.

Presentations: 2014 SMU HPC Summer Workshop, Dallas, TX, 2014.

Presentation: SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, Portland, OR, 2014.

Presentation: BOUT++ Workshop, Livermore, CA, 2013.

Invited Poster: 2013 SciDAC PI Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2013.

Presentations: 2013 SMU HPC Summer Workshop, Dallas, TX, 2013.

Presentation: Fall 2012 Enzo Developer Workshop, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012.

Presentation: 6th International Conference on Automatic Differentiation, Colorado State University, 2012.

Invited presentation: SIAM Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2012.

Invited presentation: Center for Applied Scientific Computing Seminar, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 2012.

Invited presentation: Physics Department, Southern Methodist University, 2012.

Invited presentation: 12th Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods, Copper Mountain, CO, 2012.

Presentation: Finite Element Rodeo, Rice University, 2012.

Invited presentation: SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, Savannah, GA, 2012.

Invited participant: Winter 2011 PRAC Workshop, NCSA, University of Illinois, 2011.

Presentation: Fall 2011 Enzo Developer Workshop, Columbia University, 2011.

Presentation: 22nd International Conference on Numerical Simulation of Plasmas, Long Branch, NJ, 2011.

Invited participant: ICiS Workshop on Multiphysics Simulations: Challenges and Opportunities, Park City, UT, 2011.

Invited presentation: Applied Mathematics and Computational Science Seminar, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, 2011.

Invited participant: Spring 2011 Enzo Developer Workshop, Michigan State University, 2011.

Invited participant: Fall 2010 PRAC Workshop, NCSA, University of Illinois, 2010.

Invited presentation: Computational Plasma Physics Group, Princeton Plasma Physics Laborarory, 2010.

Invited presentations (2): Enzo Tutorial Workshop, San Diego Supercomputing Center, University of California at San Diego, 2010.

Invited participant: Spring 2010 PRAC Workshop, NCSA, University of Illinois, 2010.

Presentation: Finite Element Rodeo, Southern Methodist University, 2010.

Invited presentation: Texas Cosmology Networking Meeting, University of Texas at Austin, 2009.

Invited presentation: SMU Godbey Lecture Series Luncheon, Dallas, TX, 2009.

Invited panelist: DOE Workshop on Scientific Grand Challenges in Fusion Energy Sciences and the Role of Computing at the Extreme Scale, Washington, D.C., 2009.

Invited presentation: SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Miami, FL, 2009.

Invited presentation: Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics, Workshop on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Solid Earth Geosciences, Santa Fe, NM, 2008.

Invited presentation: SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, Atlanta, GA, 2008.

Invited presentation: Division of Computational Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008.

Invited presentation: Department of Mathematics, Swarthmore College, 2008.

Invited presentation: Department of Mathematics, Temple University, 2008.

Invited presentation: Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University, 2008.

Invited presentation: Department of Mathematics, US Naval Academy, 2008.

Invited presentation: Department of Mathematics, Southern Methodist University, 2008.

Invited participant: Young Scientists US/France bilateral workshop on Modeling and High Performance Computing, Georgetown University, 2007.

Invited presentation: Center for Applied Scientific Computing, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 2007.

Presentation: Future Directions for M3D Workshop, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, 2007.

Invited plenary panel discussion (chair): SIAM Conference on CS&E, Costa Mesa, CA, 2007.

Invited presentation: Dept. of Applied Mathematics, University of Washington, 2007.

Invited presentation: Dept. of Mathematics, Tufts University, 2007.

Invited presentation: Dept. of Mathematics, Southwestern University, 2007.

Invited presentation: Dept. of Mathematics, Duquesne University, 2007.

Invited presentation: Dept. of Mathematics, University of California at San Diego, 2007.

Invited presentation: SIAM Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, 2006.

Invited presentation: SciDAC Conference, Denver, CO, 2006.

Invited presentation: Numerical Analysis Seminar, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 2006.

Invited presentation: SIAM Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 2005.

Presentation: SIAM Conference on CS&E, Orlando, FL, 2005.

Participant: IPAM Multiscale Processes in Fusion Plasmas Program, University of California at Los Angeles, 2005.

Participant: 16th International Conference on Domain Decomposition Methods, Courant Institute, New York University, 2005.

Presentation: Center for Applied Scientific Computing, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 2004.

Invited presentation: SIAM Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, 2004.

Presentation: Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods, Copper Mountain, CO, 2004.

Invited presentation: Dept. of Computational & Applied Mathematics, Rice University, 2004.

Invited presentation: Bay Area Scientific Computing Day, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2004.

Poster: SAMSI Workshop on Multiscale Model Development and Control Design, Research Triangle Park, NC, 2004.

Invited presentation: Theoretical Division, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, 2003.

Invited presentation: Workshop on Solution Methods for Large-Scale Nonlinear Problems, Livermore, CA, 2003.

Presentation: SPIE Smart Structures and Materials Conference on Modeling, Signal Processing and Control, San Diego, CA, 2003.

Participant: Short Course: Écoles CEA-EDF-INRIA – Numerical Methods for Atomistic Simulation, from the Microscale to the Mesoscale, INRIA Rocquencourt, France, 2001.

Presentation: South East Conference on Applied Mathematics, Center for Research in Scientific Computation, North Carolina State University, 2001.

Presentation: European Conference on Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications, Ischia Porto, Italy, 2001.

Invited presentation: Dept. of Mathematics, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, 2001.

Presentation: Texas PDE Conference, University of Houston, 2001.

Participant: IMA Summer Workshop for Graduate Students -- Mathematical Modeling in Industry, Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota, 2000.

PATENTS

P. Kloucek and D.R. Reynolds, “Vibration damping and heat transfer using material phase changes.” U.S. Patent Number 7,506,735, issued March 24, 2009.

FUNDING PROPOSALS and AWARDS

SMU University Research Council Travel Grant [funded], International Conference on Computational Methods for Coupled Problems in Science and Engineering, 2014, $1500.

TACC Stampede Educational Grant [funded], SMU Math 6370 -- Parallel Scientific Computing, (PI), 2014, 100k CPU hours.

DOE HEP/ASCR Grant [in review], Precise High-Performance Simulator for EDM Experiments, (co-PI; with N. Malitsky), 2015, $173k (SMU only).

NSF PRAC Grant [in review], Realistic Simulations of the Intergalactic Medium: The Search for Missing Physics, (co-I; with M. Norman, J. Bordner), 2014, 15.45 million node hours.

LLNL Subcontract [funded], ParaDIS / FASTMath Collaboration, (PI), 2014, $25k.

DOE FES/ASCR Grant [not funded], Reactor Edge Multiscale Integrated Simulations Collaboration (REMIX), (co-I; with X. Xu et al), 2014, $3.75m.

NSF XRAC Grant [funded], Projects in Astrophysical and Cosmological Structure Formation, (co-I; with M. Norman, J. Wise), 2013, 8 million CPU hours.

LLNL Subcontract [funded], ParaDIS / FASTMath Collaboration, (PI), 2013, $25k.

NSF MRI Grant [not funded], MRI: Acquisition of a Heterogeneous High-Performance Computing Cluster for Southern Methodist University, (co-PI; with T. Hagstrom et al.), 2013 – 2016, $578k.

DOD HPC Modernization Program Equipment Reutilization Grant [funded], Cluster to support HPC research and education at SMU, (co-PI; with T. Hagstrom, M. Christensen, A. Aceves, J.-H. You, S. Xu and Y. Zhou), 2013, 9000+-core Dell cluster.

NSF XSEDE Grant [funded], SMU Math6370 -- Parallel Scientific Computing, (PI), 2012, 150k CPU hours.

NSF NIE Grant [not funded], CC-NIE Network Infrastructure: Expanding the Frontier of Large-Data Research with a 40 GbE Science DMZ, (co-PI; with S. Sekula, S. Nair, Y. Zhou, T. Hagstrom, J. Miller, B. Floyd), 2012, $391k.

NSF XRAC Grant [funded], Projects in Astrophysical and Cosmological Structure Formation, (co-I; with M. Norman, J. Wise, R. Harkness), 2012, 17 million CPU hours.

DOE SciDAC Award [not funded], SciDAC Partnership: Large-Scale Simulation Methods, Development and Applications in Light-Matter Interactions and Excitation Dynamics (co-PI; with J. Lewis et al.), 2012 – 2017, $5m.

NSF MRI Grant [not funded], MRI: Acquisition of a High-Performance Computing Cluster for Southern Methodist University, (co-PI; with T. Hagstrom et al.), 2012 – 2014, $370k.

DOE SciDAC Award [not funded], Edge Profile Evolving Turbulent Transport Simulations Partnership (co-PI; with P. Catto et al.), 2012 – 2017, $7m.

NSF REU Award [not funded], Physics and Mathematics Summer Research Institute, (co-I; with B. Kehoe et al.), 2012 – 2014, $371k.

DOE INCITE Award [funded], How High Redshift Galaxies Reionized the Universe (renewal), (co-PI; with M. Norman and R. Harkness), 2012, 32 million CPU hours.

DOE SciDAC Award [funded], Frameworks, Algorithms, and Scalable Technologies for Mathematics (FASTMath) SciDAC Institute (co-I; with L. Diachin et al.), 2011 – 2016, $15m.

NSF MRI Grant [not funded], MRI: Acquisition of a High-Performance Computing Cluster for Southern Methodist University (co-PI; with T. Hagstrom et al.), 2011 – 2014, $443k.

NSF AAG Grant [funded], Collaborative Research: The First Galaxies and their Stellar Populations (co-PI; with M. Norman), 2011 – 2014, $53k.

DOD DURIP Grant [funded], Cluster to Support Research and Education in Computational Mathematics at SMU, (co-PI; with T. Hagstrom), 2011, $139k.

DOE INCITE Award [funded], How High Redshift Galaxies Reionized the Universe, (co-PI; with M. Norman and R. Harkness), 2011, 35 million CPU hours.

LBL Subcontract [funded], TOPS Center for Enabling Technologies (PI), 2010 – 2011, $102k.

NSF MRI Grant [not funded], Acquisition of a High-Performance Computing Cluster for Southern Methodist University (co-PI; with T. Hagstrom et al.), 2010, $1.5m. 

DOD AFOSR Grant [not funded], Integrated Network for the Theoretical Understanding of Filamentation of Laser Light, (co-PI; with Al. Aceves), 2010 – 2015, $5m.

NSF MRI Grant [not funded], Acquisition of Equipment for High Performance Computing at Southern Methodist University (co-PI; with R. Stroynowski et al.), 2009, $1.6m.

SMU Registrar’s Office [funded], SMU Computing Cluster, (author), 2009, $200k.

NSF OCI Grant [funded], Formation of the First Galaxies: Predictions for the Next Generation of Observatories, (co-I; with B. O’Shea), 2009 – 2011, $80k.

NSF AAG Grant [funded], New Capabilities for the Enzo Community Code in the Petascale Era (co-PI; with M. Norman), 2008 – 2011, $625k.

DOE ASCR Grant [not funded], Multiple timescale method for electromagnetic fluid-plasma turbulence simulations (co-PI; with R. Cohen et al.), 2008 – 2011, $1.5m.

DOE SciDAC Grant [funded], Towards Optimal Petascale Siulations SciDAC Center (co-PI; with D. Keyes, et al.), 2006 – 2011, $15.5m.

DOE NNSA Grant [not funded], Center for the Simulation of Supernova Remnants (co-PI; with D. Swesty et al.), 2008 – 2012, $17m.

NSF CMG Grant [not funded], Self-adaptive Unstructured Computational Magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) (co-I; with M. Holst et al.), 2007 – 2010, $1m.

LLNL Subcontract [funded], Implicit Solvers and Preconditioning Techniques for Simulations of Magnetohydrodynamics and Core-Collapse Supernovae (co-PI; with M. Holst), 2005, $64k.

DOE ASCR Grant [not funded], Modeling and Simulation of Tokamak Refueling (PI; with R. Samtaney), 2005 – 2007, $273k.

HONORS and AWARDS

Certificate of Service, Southern Methodist University Honor Council, 2013.

Outstanding Faculty Board Member, Southern Methodist University Honor Council, 2012.

Honoring our Professors’ Excellence (HOPE) Honoree, Southern Methodist University, 2011, 2014.

Betty McKnight Speairs Endowed Teaching Excellence Award in Mathematics, 2010.

Winning team, SIAM 100-Digit Challenge, 2002.

Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society, 1998.

Alpha Chi National Honor Society, 1998.

Atkins Memorial Award in Mathematics, Southwestern University, 1997.

PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENT

Member, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), 2000 to present.

Member, SIAM Activity Group on Supercomputing, 2007 to present.

Member, SIAM Activity Group on Computational Science & Engineering, 2006 to present.

Member, American Mathematical Society (AMS), 2000 to present.

Member, Mathematical Association of America (MAA), 2003 to present.

Co-organizer, 2010 Finite Element Rodeo, Dallas, TX, 2010.

Organizer, plenary panel discussion on “Research Directions and Enabling Technologies for the Future of CS&E”, SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, 2007.

Organizer, invited mini-symposium on “Applications of Nonlinear Solvers,” SIAM Annual Meeting, 2005.

Invited panelist on “Landing a Job After Graduate School”, SIAM Annual Meeting, 2005.

Journal referee:  ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, Annals of Nuclear Energy, Applied Mathematics Letters,  Astrophysical Journal, Computer Physics Communications, Computational Science & Discovery,  Journal of Applied & Computational Mathematics, Journal of Computational Physics,  Journal of Intelligent Material Systems & Structures, Journal of Open Research Software, Mechanics of Advanced Materials & Structures, Mechanics of Time Dependent Materials, Modelling and Simulation in Engineering, New Astronomy,  Numerical Algorithms, SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis,  SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing,  SIAM Review.

Book reviewer:  Cambridge University Press, CRC, Elsevier, MIT, Princeton University Press, Taylor & Francis, Wiley.

Grant referee:  Banff International Research Station, Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship, DOE Applied Math program,  DOE ASCR program,  DOE BER program,  DOE SCGF program,  DOE SciDAC program,  Great Lakes Consortium for Petascale Computation, NASA EPSCoR program, NSF GEM program, Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research

DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY and PUBLIC SERVICE

SMU Honor Council Faculty Member, 2011 to present.

Math Department Computing Advisor, 2009 to present.

Math Graduate Student Seminar Series Co-advisor, 2009 to present.

Committee member, SMU IT Advisory Council, 2009 to present.

Math Department Hiring Committee, 2014 to 2015.

Workshop organizer and primary lecturer: SMU HPC Summer Workshop, 2013, 2014.

Designed new course, Math 3316: Introduction to High-Performance Scientific Computing, 2013.

Designed new course, Math 4370: Introduction to Parallel Computing, 2013.

Judge, Dallas Regional Science and Engineering Fair, 2013, 2014.

Guest speaker, SMU Mustang Corral Sneak Preview, August 2012.

Chair, Subcommittee on Research Computing, SMU IT Advisory Council, 2011 to 2012.

Committee member, Office of Research Administration Review Committee, 2009 to 2010.

Committee member, SMU Supercomputing Committee, 2009.

Designed new course, Math 6370: Parallel Scientific Computing, 2009.

Math Colloquium organizer, 2008 to 2009.

Guest speaker, Godbey Lecture Series, 2009.

Committee member, SMU High Performance Computing Cluster Acquisition, 2009.

Attendee: SMU Graduation 2009 to 2013; SMU Convocation 2008, 2009.

Ph.D. thesis advisor: Hilari Tiedeman (Math, Ph.D. 2012), David Gardner (Math, Ph.D. 2014), Jean Sexton (Math).

Undergraduate research advisor: Samuel White (Math/CS, B.S. 2013), Nicholas Saulnier (Math/EE).

Masters thesis committee member: Maria Breda (Mech. E., M.S. 2011).

Ph.D. thesis committee member: Kurt Stein (Math, Ph.D. 2012), Miguel Uh (Math, Ph.D. 2012), Alyssa Pampell (Math, Ph.D. 2013), Dale Pearson (Math, Ph.D. 2014), Young Chang (Math), Zheng Wang (Math), Young Choi (Math).

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

SPARKS! Teaching Awards & Celebration, SMU Center for Teaching Excellence, 2014.

Teaching Effectiveness Symposium, SMU Center for Teaching Excellence, 2008.

Blackboard Beginners Course, SMU Academic Computing Services, 2008.

Influencing Without Authority, UCLA Technical Management Program, 2005.

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