|Office Location:||029B Physics Bldg|
Typical Courses Taught:
|PhD in Mathematics||Duke University||2006|
|M.A. in Mathematics||Duke University||2001|
|B.A. in Mathematics||Occidental College||2000|
I am studying a three-dimensional system of reaction-diffusion equations with stochastic source terms that arises from an immunology model. I have shown convergence of a first order splitting method for this system. This allows us to take advantage of known numerical methods for the diffusion, reaction and stochastic differential equations. In particular, I have implemented a parallel multigrid scheme for the diffusion.
I am currently working with Dr. William K. Allard in the Mathematics department and Dr. Thomas B. Kepler in the Center for Computational Immunology.