Robert Krasny

Robert Krasny

His research goal is to develop accurate and efficient numerical methods for computational problems in science and engineering. The methods he works on typically use the Green’s function to convert the relevant differential equation into an integral equation. Krasny...
Zhenguang Huang

Zhenguang Huang

Dr. Zhenguang Huang is an assistant research scientist in the department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering. His research focus is on 3-D global five- and six-moment multi-fluid simulations, and 3-D global multi-ion MHD simulations of the space plasma. He...
August (Gus) Evrard

August (Gus) Evrard

August (Gus) Evrard is Arthur F. Thurnau Professor in the departments of Physics and Astronomy, and the Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics. He serves as Associate Director for Community Engagement with ARC. Professor Evrard is a computational cosmologist who...
Hugo Casquero

Hugo Casquero

Hugo Casquero is an Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at University of Michigan – Dearborn. His research is focused on developing accurate, robust, and efficient computational methods and using them to solve a myriad of open problems...
Mariana Carrasco-Teja

Mariana Carrasco-Teja

Dr. Mariana Carrasco-Teja received her PhD from the Mathematics Department at the University of British Columbia (UBC) (Vancouver, BC). She was part of the Institute of Applied Mathematics (UBC), an institute established to enhance interdisciplinary teaching and...
Jeremy Bricker

Jeremy Bricker

Jeremy Bricker is an Associate Professor in the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. His research is focused on hydraulic engineering to investigate the resilience of structures and infrastructure exposed to both increasing hazard due to climate change...
Camille Avestruz

Camille Avestruz

Dr. Avestruz is a computational cosmologist. She uses simulations to model, predict, and interpret observed large-scale cosmic structures. Her primary focus is to understand the evolution of galaxy clusters. These are the most massive gravitationally collapsed...
Brian Arbic

Brian Arbic

Brian Arbic is a physical oceanographer. His group focuses on global modeling of internal tides and gravity waves, with growing interests in air-sea interactions and modeling of surface tides and their role in Earth System processes over geological time scales. ...

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