Principal Member of Technical Staff
Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore
My research focuses in thermal and fluid sciences and in uncertainty
quantification (UQ) in multiphyics and multiscale simulations. I am
interested in the high performance computing aspect of computational
engineering and UQ along with their applicability to the emerging
I am a biomechanical engineer by training. I received my Ph.D. in
Mechanical Engineering in 2008 at the University of Maryland, Baltimore
county. My Ph.D. research focused in multiscale transport phenomena in
biological tissues with a focus on magnetic nanoparticle hyperthermia
for cancer treatment.
Curriculum Vitae: In PDF
My specific research interests are:
- Fault-tolerant algorithm development for large-scale PDE solvers
- Data compression using compressive sensing and wavelets.
- Multi-scale transport phenomena and reactive flows in porous media e.g. metal hydrides.
I am currently the PI of a project funded by Sandia's Laboratory Directed R & D
I publish papers, technical reports as well as release open-source software. You
can access them on the left-hand side of this page.