# Michael Lindsey

Michael Lindsey is an assistant professor in the mathematics department at UC Berkeley and a faculty scientist at LBNL. He received his PhD in applied mathematics from UC Berkeley in 2019. Afterward he was an NSF Postdoc at the Courant Institute from 2019-2022. He joined the faculty at UC Berkeley in 2022 and joined LBNL as a faculty scientist in 2023. Lindsey is a recipient of the 2022 John Todd Award in numerical analysis and a 2024 Sloan Research Fellowship.

Lindsey works on computational methods driven by numerical linear algebra, optimization, and randomization, with a special focus on high-dimensional scientific computing problems arising from physics, chemistry, and applied probability.