### Awards and Honors:

R & D 100 Prize, 1999 with the MS3 Team from
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, for parallel linear algebra and fast
transforms for NWCHem

Significant Event Award, ORNL 2003

### Education:

Ph.D., S.M., MIT

A.B., U.C. Berkeley

### Research Interests

Multiresolution analysis for
integro-differential equations, computational physics, fast
algorithms, computational harmonic analysis, geometry, parallel eigensystem
and parallel computing.
Applications to computational chemistry-materials, nuclear physics, optical flow, image processing and CFD.
Click for more information on the following
projects:

DOE Applied Mathematics, Multiresolution
Adaptive Numerical Evaluation Scientific Simulations

DOE SciDAC Project on Fast
Methods for Electronic Structures

Parallel Eigensolver PeIGS and
parallel FFT for PNNL's NWChem

DOE Nanomaterials Project (Nano)