Noah G. Harding Chair and Professor, Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
My research is concerned with the design and analysis of mathematical optimization algorithms for nonlinear, large-scale (often infinite dimensional) problems and their applications to science and engineering problems.
I plan to add descriptions of some research projects. For now, please visit my publications for details.
I am part of the Computational Optimization and Modeling of Porous Media (COMP-M) group and the CAAM Optimization Group.
My current and past research is/has been funded by
the AirForce Office of Scientific Research,
the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA),
the Department of Energy (DoE), Draper Laboratory,
the John and Ann Doerr Fund for Computational Biomedicine through the Ken
Kennedy Institute at Rice University,
the National Science Foundation (NSF), Sandia National
Laboratories, Texas ATP, and by industry.