I am now a faculty member in the School of Computing at the University of Utah. Click here for my new webpage
Research InterestsMy research focus is on large-scale scientific computing and visualization, with an emphasis on the scientific cycle of mathematical modeling, computation, visualization, evaluation, and understanding.
My primary research interests are:
Computational Science and Engineering Concurrent Programming Scientific Visualization Interdisciplinary Collaboration across Computer Science, Engineering, and Applied Math Computational Steering High Performance Computing
Research Project Areas
- Use of Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Compressible Flows
- Mesh Movement Algorithms for Moving Geometry Computations
- Spectral Vanishing Viscosity for Large-Eddy Simulation
- Modeling of the "Energy Harvesting Eel"
- Modeling of Microfluidic Devices
- Use of Painterly Methods for Multi-valued Data Representations
- Use of Interactive Immersive Environments for Understanding Biological Flows
- Computational Benchmarking
Curriculum Vitae: pdf / html
CRUNCH GroupI am a member of the CRUNCH group, the simulation science research group directed by my Ph.D advisor, Professor George Karniadakis.
Contact InformationMike Kirby
Box F, Division of Applied Mathematics
Providence, RI 02912
Office: (401) 863-3694
FAX: (401) 863-3369
Last updated 01/26/02