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CSRS Distinguished Professor in Coastal Engineering
Research in physics-based modeling and computational methods for coastal, hydraulic, and hydrologic engineering.
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Working toward a MS in Civil Engineering in the Water Resources Engineering specialty
Coastal Informatics Analyst (IT Analyst 3)
Working toward a MS in Civil Engineering in the Coastal and Ecological Engineering
Postdoctoral researcher working on fluid-structure interaction
We are developing a new class of cut-cell fintie element methods by extending the CutFEM method of Burman, Massing, and others to use the equilant polynomial...
We are developing a new computational method for immiscible air/water flows by extending the Immersed Interface Method of Leveque and Li to unstructured fini...
River meandering and more generally the dynamics of coastal and riverine morphology has focused heavily and interactions between currents, waves, and sedimen...
We are developing a new class of fintie element methods for infiltration that extend recent advancements in bound-preserving and higher-order methods for hyp...
We are developing fast and accurate methods to simulate wave effects on coastal structures.
Developing advanced finite element methods for solving nonlinear model equations in civil engineering applications.
Modeling how fluids interact with moving and deforming solid structures.
Using dynamic implicit surfaces to couple multiple interacting fluid and solid phases.
Modeling how two or more immiscible fluids interact.
Air-Water-VV is a repository of models for verfication and valication of air-water flow.
The Differential Algebraic Equation ToolKit is a C++ library for solving DAEs.
HashDist is a tool for building software stacks in a reproducible manner.
Proteus is a toolkit for computational methods and simulation.