I am a member of the Center for Computational Sciences and Engineering (CCSE) at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). My current research focuses on the design and implementation of scalable parallel algorithms for conducting particle and particle-mesh simulations on current and upcoming supercomputing architectures, particularly in the context of adaptive mesh refinement. These algorithms have applications to the modelling of, for example, large-scale structure formation in cosmology, plasma acceleration in particle accelerators, and the solids phase in multi-phase flow problems.
More generally, I am interested in parallel algorithms for scientific computing (particularly for GPU platforms), particle methods, and the visualization and analysis of large simulation datasets.
Much of my work is open source and can be followed on my Github page.
You can read more about my current projects here.