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Computational Mathematics

The Computational Mathematics Group is devoted to the development, analysis and application of efficient numerical algorithms for solving large-scale scientific and engineering problems on advanced computer architectures. The Computational Mathematics Group is home to the Householder Postdoctoral Fellowship. Principal research areas include:

  • boundary element method
  • dense matrix computations
  • direct methods for sparse matrix computations
  • iterative methods for linear systems
  • algorithms for solving differential equations
  • large eigenvalue computations
  • computational geometry and mesh generation

Computational Mathematics Group Website

Group leader: Ed D'Azevedo
Email: dazevedoef@ornl.gov
Phone: 865-576-7925
Fax: 865-574-0680
Group Secretary: Tammy Darland
Email: darlandts@ornl.gov
Phone: 865-574-1936
Fax: 865-241-4811


If you have an interest in collaborating with us, contact Ed D'Azevedo, (865)576-7925.

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