Jesse Chan. Assistant Professor. Ph.D. (2013) University of Texas, Austin. High order finite element methods and high performance computing.
Maarten de Hoop. Professor. Ph.D. (1992) Delft University of Technology. Scattering, imaging and inverse problems, theoretical and computational seismology.
Matthias Heinkenschloss. Noah G. Harding Chair and Professor. Ph.D. (1991) University of Trier, Germany. Analysis of optimization methods for optimal control, optimal design, and parameter identification problems governed by partial differential equations (PDEs).
Beatrice M. Riviere. Noah G. Harding Chair and Professor. Ph.D. (2000) University of Texas, Austin. Numerical analysis, partial differential equations, discontinuous Galerkin methods, porous media flow, computational fluid dynamics, mathematical biology.
(Department Chair since July 2015).
Andrew J. Schaefer. Noah G. Harding Chair and Professor. PhD (2000) Georgia Institute of Technology. Computational, theoretical and applied aspects of stochastic optimization, stochastic integer programming, Markov decision processes, optimal disease treatment models, optimizing healthcare systems.
William W. Symes. Noah G. Harding Chair and Professor. Ph.D. (1975) Harvard University. Partial differential equations - theory and computation; inverse problems.