I am on the part-time faculty in the Math Deptartment at Pitt. I worked for many years at Bettis Lab, operated by Bechtel Marine Propulsion Corp. in West Mifflin. My job there involved mathematical modelling of complex engineering systems, numerical analysis of the methods needed for those models, and writing programs to provide numerical solutions.

My interests include numerical methods for partial differential equations, particularly the equations of fluid flow, with a focus on high-performance computing applications.

My office hours are Monday and Wednesday, 2-4:10PM and by appointment.

My teaching includes:

- Fall: labs for the graduate numerical analysis course Math 2070.
- Spring: labs for the graduate numerical analysis course Math 2071.
- I presented a one hour introduction to FreeFem++ to 2070 students. A zip file contains the lecture slides and example files.
- Spring 2015: Numerical Linear Algebra Math 1080.
- In Summer 2014, I presented a course . on using finite element modelling programs such as FEniCS and FreeFem++
- I presented a Python workshop to the Pitt student chapter of SIAM on October 18, 2014.
- I presented a Matlab workshop to the Pitt student chapter of SIAM on December 1, 2012.
- In Summer 2010, I participated in a reading class. Some useful reference is presented here.
- In Summer 2009, I presented a course on high-performance computing, Math 3040.

You can send me mail at

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