Peter Andrew Bosler

Computational Science

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Computational Science

pabosle@sandia.gov

University of Michigan home page

(505) 845-0427

Sandia National Laboratories, New Mexico
P.O. Box 5800
Albuquerque, NM 87185-1321

Biography

My research develops numerical methods and accompanying software for coupled multi physics problems. Most recently I have been working with projects in the climate modeling and plasma physics application areas. I have experience with vortex methods, Lagrangian particle methods, discontinuous Galerkin methods, and Lagrangian/semi-Lagrangian transport schemes.

Education

  • Ph.D. Applied Mathematics, University of Michigan, 2013.
  • B.S. (honors) Oceanography, U.S. Naval Academy, 2002.
  • I was an active duty Naval officer from 2002-2007, serving in the weapons department aboard USS SHOUP (DDG 86) and in the operations department at the Naval Maritime Forecast Center / Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Pearl Harbor HI.
  • Following my time in the Navy, I was a primary instructor for the University of Michigan’s introductory calculus program (calc I, II, and III). After graduate school I spent a year as a postdoctoral assistant professor, also in the mathematics department at the University of Michigan.
  • I joined Sandia in 2014 as that year’s John von Neumann Postdoctoral Fellow, and transitioned to a permanent staff position in 2016.

Publications

Andrew Michael Bradley, Peter Andrew Bosler, Oksana Guba, (2022). Islet: Interpolation semi-Lagrangian element-based transport Geoscientific Model Development Document ID: 1574652

Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, Peter Andrew Bosler, Christopher Eldred, Bryce Harrop, (2022). Improving enthalpy transfers in EAM in E3SM (work in progress) 4th Workshop on Physics-Dynamics Coupling Document ID: 1539288

Andrew Michael Bradley, Peter Andrew Bosler, Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, (2021). Interpolation Semi-Lagrangian Element-Based Transport (Islet) with p-refinement for extremely high-resolution tracer transport AGU Fall Meeting 2021 Document ID: 1404546

Andrew Michael Bradley, Peter Andrew Bosler, Oksana Guba, Walter Hannah, Mark Alan Taylor, (2021). High-order, property-preserving semi-Lagrangian tracer transport and physics-dynamics-grid remap in the E3SMv2 Atmosphere Model AGU Fall Meeting 2021 Document ID: 1404547

Andrew Michael Bradley, Peter Andrew Bosler, Oksana Guba, Walter (LLNL) Hannah, Mark Alan Taylor, (2021). High-order, property-preserving semi-Lagrangian tracer transport and physics-dynamics-grid remap in the E3SMv2 Atmosphere Model AGU Fall Meeting Document ID: 1343055

Andrew Michael Bradley, Peter Andrew Bosler, Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, (2021). Interpolation Semi-Lagrangian Element-Based Transport (Islet) with p-refinement for extremely high-resolution tracer transport AGU Fall Meeting Document ID: 1343056

Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, Andrew Michael Bradley, Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Steyer, (2021). A framework to evaluate IMEX schemes for atmospheric models PDEs on the sphere 2021 https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1869551 Document ID: 1307105

Peter Andrew Bosler, (2021). An extended vortex method for rotating compressible flow on the sphere SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1853852 Document ID: 1280001

Peter Andrew Bosler, Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, Andrew Michael Bradley, Balu Nadiga, Xiaoming Sun, Mat Maltrud, (2020). Compact, performance portable semi-Lagrangian algorithms for E3SM ESMD PI Meeting https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1830934 Document ID: 1220211

Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Michael Bradley, Mark Alan Taylor, Oksana Guba, (2020). Computing challenges in weather and climate modeling Boise State University Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Seminar https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1826993 Document ID: 1219772

Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Michael Bradley, Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, Balu Nadiga, Xiaoming Sun, Mathew Maltrud, (2020). ompact, Performance-Portable Semi-Lagrangian Methods for E3SM 2020 ESMD-E3SM PI Meeting Document ID: 1208329

Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, Andrew Michael Bradley, Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Steyer, (2020). A framework to evaluate IMEX schemes for atmospheric models Geoscientific Model Development Discussions https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1765755 Document ID: 1139029

Peter Andrew Bosler, (2020). An Extended Vortex Method for Rotating Compressible Flow on the Sphere SIAM Annual Meeting 2020 Document ID: 1091356

Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Michael Bradley, Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, (2020). Semi-Lagrangian Algorithms for Fast Tracer Transport in E3SM SIAM Annual Meeting 2020 Document ID: 1091358

Pavel B. Bochev, Peter Andrew Bosler, Paul Allen Kuberry, Mauro Perego, Kara J. Peterson, Nathaniel Albert Trask, (2019). Compatible Particle Discretizations. Final LDRD Report https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1569143 Document ID: 1020557

Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Michael Bradley, Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, (2019). Algorithms and software for fast tracer transport in E3SM Cis Erb https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1807176 Document ID: 997775

Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Michael Bradley, Mark Alan Taylor, (2019). CONSERVATIVE MULTIMOMENT TRANSPORT ALONG CHARACTERISTICS FOR DISCONTINUOUS GALERKIN METHODS\ast SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1574705 Document ID: 997155

Mauro Perego, Pavel B. Bochev, Peter Andrew Bosler, Paul Allen Kuberry, Kara J. Peterson, Nathaniel Albert Trask, (2019). Advances in the Approximation Theory of Generalized Moving Least Squares Approximation Theory 16 https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1640218 Document ID: 961852

Mauro Perego, Pavel B. Bochev, Nathaniel Albert Trask, Peter Andrew Bosler, Paul Allen Kuberry, Kara J. Peterson, (2019). Advances in the Approximation Theory for Generalized Moving Least Squares Finite Element in Fluids https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1639699 Document ID: 948336

Andrew Michael Bradley, Peter Andrew Bosler, Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, Gregory A. Barnett, (2019). Communication-efficient property preservation in tracer transport SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1529149 Document ID: 936628

Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Michael Bradley, Oksana Guba, Mark Alan Taylor, Gregory Allen Barnett, Balu Nadiga, (2018). Semi-Lagrangian algorithm design for atmospheric modeling using heterogeneous computing architectures BER Modeling PI Meeting 2018 https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1573557 Document ID: 889001

Oksana Guba, Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Michael Bradley, Chris Golaz, Mark Alan Taylor, Gregory Allen Barnett, (2018). Semi-Lagrangian transport in the atmospheric dycore of E3SM 2018-11-05 DOE Modeling PI Meeting + E3SM 11-09 https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1592361 Document ID: 888874

Pavel B. Bochev, Nathaniel Albert Trask, Paul Allen Kuberry, Mauro Perego, Kara J. Peterson, Peter Andrew Bosler, (2018). Compatible meshless methods for DPEs Workshop on Computational Engineering https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1806965 Document ID: 877204

Paul Allen Kuberry, Peter Andrew Bosler, Nathaniel Albert Trask, Mauro Perego, Kara J. Peterson, Pavel B. Bochev, (2018). The Compadre Toolkit Nuclear Explosives Code Developer Conference (NECDC) https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1594258 Document ID: 876958

Kara J. Peterson, Mauro Perego, Jennifer M Frederick, Lauren Bronwyn Wheeler, Peter Andrew Bosler, Anne Ruffing, Ryan Wesley Davis, Leanne Susan Whitmore, Kunal Poorey, Kelly Porter Williams, Erika Louise Roesler, Paul Frank Bryan, Andrew G. Salinger, Jasper O. E. Hardesty, Vincent C. Tidwell, Anup K. Singh, (2018). SNL/BER Review 2018 SNL/BER Review 2018 https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1594318 Document ID: 876648

Mauro Perego, Pavel B. Bochev, Nathaniel Albert Trask, Peter Andrew Bosler, Paul Allen Kuberry, Kara J. Peterson, (2018). Advances in the Approximation Theory for Functional Reconstructions Using GMLS and Applications to Meshless Discretization of Differential Equations Wccm https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1573545 Document ID: 841805

Paul Allen Kuberry, Peter Andrew Bosler, (2018). The Compadre Toolkit Nuclear Explosives Code Development Conference (NECDC) Document ID: 809096

Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Michael Bradley, Mark Alan Taylor, Oksana Guba, Gregory Allen Barnett, (2018). Conservative Semi-Lagrangian Multi-Moment (SLMM) transport on the sphere UK Met Office Weekly Seminar https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1524836 Document ID: 808076

Pavel B. Bochev, Peter Andrew Bosler, Karen D. Devine, Mauro Perego, Kara J. Peterson, Andrew G. Salinger, John N. Shadid, Erik Gunnar Boman, Scott A. Mitchell, Timothy Michael Wildey, (2018). Slides for Presentation to Steve Lee Visit to SNL by Steve Lee Document ID: 772191

Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Michael Bradley, Mark Alan Taylor, (2017). Conservative multi-moment characteristic Galerkin transport on the sphere NCAR Theme of the Year Workshop on Multiscale Numerics for Geoscience https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1457843 Document ID: 623592

Peter Andrew Bosler, Andrew Michael Bradley, Mark Alan Taylor, (2017). Conservative Multi-Moment Characteristic Galerkin Transport on the Sphere Workshop on Multiscale Geoscience Numerics Document ID: 623235

William Spotz, Irina Kalashnikova Tezaur, Peter Andrew Bosler, Jeffrey A. Fike, Oksana Guba, Thomas M. Smith, Jerry Watkins, Irina Demeshko, (2016). Aeras: A Performance Portable, High-Resolution Global Atmosphere Model American Geophysical Union https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1413413 Document ID: 565509

Peter Andrew Bosler, Steven W. Bova, Irina P. Demeshko, Jeffrey A. Fike, Oksana Guba, James R. Overfelt, Erika Louise Roesler, Andrew G. Salinger, Thomas M. Smith, Irina Kalashnikova Tezaur, Jerry Watkins, (2016). The Aeras Next Generation Global Atmosphere Model https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1562816 Document ID: 531074

Erika Louise Roesler, Peter Andrew Bosler, Mark Alan Taylor, (2016). Arctic storms simulated in atmospheric general circulation models under uniform high, uniform low, and variable resolutions American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2016 Document ID: 507272

Erika Louise Roesler, Peter Andrew Bosler, Mark Alan Taylor, (2015). Modeling of Arctic Storms with a Variable High-Resolution General Circulation Model https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1211557 Document ID: 319201

Peter Andrew Bosler, James Kent (University of South Wales), Robert Krasny (University of Michigan), Christiane Jablonowski (University of Michigan), (2015). A Lagrangian Particle Method with Remeshing for Tracer Transport on the Sphere Journal of Computational Physics https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1369441 Document ID: 319436

Peter Andrew Bosler, Erika Louise Roesler, Mark Alan Taylor, Miranda Rose Mundt Brandenburg, (2015). Stride Search: A general algorithm for storm detection in high resolution climate data sets Geoscientific Model Development https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1333537 Document ID: 307095

Peter Andrew Bosler, (2015). Vorticity dynamics in rotating flow: Geophysical applications SIAM Conference on Analysis of Partial Differential Equations Document ID: 286395

Erika Louise Roesler, Mark Alan Taylor, Mark B. Boslough, Peter Andrew Bosler, (2014). Arctic Storms in a Regionally Refined Atmospheric General Circulation Model AGU Fall Meeting 2014 https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1314541 Document ID: 219357

Peter Andrew Bosler, University of Michigan James Kent, University of Michigan Robert Krasny, University of Michigan Christiane Jablonowski, (2014). Adaptive particle methods for global geophysical flow American Geophysics Union Fall Meeting https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1242714 Document ID: 218747

Peter Andrew Bosler, Robert Krasny (U. Michigan), Christiane Jablonowski (U. Michigan), (2014). Adaptive Particle / Panel Methods for Global Geophysical Flow AGU 2014 Fall Meeting https://www.osti.gov/search/identifier:1497615 Document ID: 144022

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Awards & Recognition

2014

Peter Andrew Bosler, John von Neumann Fellowship, Sandia National Laboratories, The John von Neumann Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Computational Science offers an exceptional opportunity to conduct innovative research in computational mathematics and scientific computing on advanced computing architectures. As members of either the Computing Research Center at Sandia/New Mexico or the Computer Sciences and Information Systems Center at Sandia/California, von Neumann Fellows apply their research findings to a broad range of science and engineering problems of national importance., August 1, 2014