Gustavo Chávez is a postdoctoral fellow at the scalable solvers group at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy through the Exascale Computing Project.
His research is in Computational Science & Engineering at extreme scale, primarily through the development and support of the Structured Matrix Package: STRUMPACK.
He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science under supervision of Prof. David Keyes and a M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), and a B.Eng. in Software Engineering from the Universidad Tecnológica de México.
G. Chávez, G. Turkiyyah, S. Zampini, D. Keyes. “Parallel accelerated cyclic reduction preconditioner for three-dimensional elliptic PDEs with variable coefficients”. Elsevier Journal of Computational Applied Mathematics (2017).
G. Chávez, G. Turkiyyah, S. Zampini, H. Ltaief, D. Keyes. “Accelerated cyclic reduction: a distributed-memory fast solver for structured linear systems”. Elsevier Journal of Parallel Computing (2016).
G. Chávez, G. Turkiyyah, D. Keyes. “A direct elliptic solver based on hierarchically low-rank Schur complements”. Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering XXIII (2015).
G. Chávez, A. Rockwood “Marching surfaces: Isosurface approximation using G1 multi-sided surfaces”. arXiv:1502.02139 (2014).
G. Chávez, F. Ávila, A Rockwood. “Lightweight visualization for high-quality materials on WebGL”. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on 3D Web Technology (2013).
- High-performance linear solvers based on hierarchical matrices.
- Approximate factorizations of kernel matrices for high-dimensional data.
> Dec 13th, 2017 / Saudi Arabia. Computer Science seminar at the Extreme Computing Research Center (ECRC) / KAUST. Two decades of hierarchical matrix computations: past, present, and future (slides).
> February 6-8 / Knoxville, Tennessee, U.S. Exascale Computing Project (ECP) 2nd Annual Meeting.
> March 8th, 2018 / Japan. Minisymposium: Hierarchical Low-Rank Approximation Methods / 18th SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing (PP18). Hierarchical matrix preconditioners on distributed memory environments.