Principle Software Research Engineer
- Ph.D., 2004, Physics, The University of Texas at Austin
- B.S., 1999, Physics, Brigham Young University
- Simulations for astrophysics
- High performance distributed databases
- Graph problems and applications
- High performance computing
- Software infrastructure development for computational science
Recent Research Projects
- ParalleX development for DOE applications under Exascale contract
- ParalleX application development under DoD HPC modernization program
- Black hole neutron star simulations with magnetic fields
- Developing software infrastructure for petascale computing based on adaptive mesh refinement and partitioned global address space languages (e.g. UPC)
- Exploring the magnetorotational instability in differentially rotating neutron stars
Recent Professional Activity
Awarded NSF Grants as Co-PI:
- CCF 0832966: A Study and implementation of Semantic Constructs for Highly Scalable Leading-edge Scientific Computing.
- PHY 803615: Simulating Neutron Star-Black Hole inspirals: From Binaries to Accretion and Jets.
- L. Lehner, S. L Liebling, C. Palenzuela, O. L. Caballero, E. O’Connor, M. Anderson, and D. Neilsen. Unequal mass binary neutron star mergers and multimessenger signals. Class. Quantum Grav., 33:184002, September 2016. [bibtex-entry]
- J. DeBuhr, B. Zhang, M. Anderson, D. Neilsen, and E. W. Hirschmann. Relativistic Hydrodynamics with Wavelets. ArXiv e-prints, December 2015.
Keywords: Astrophysics – Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics, Astrophysics – High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena. [bibtex-entry]
- Alice Koniges, Jayashree Ajay Candadai, Hartmut Kaiser, Adrian Serio, Kevin Huck, Jeremy Kemp, Thomas Heller, Friedrich-Alexander, Matthew Anderson, Andrew Lumsdaine, Thomas Sterling, and Ron Brightwell. HPX Applications and Performance Adaptation, November 2015.
Note: Poster Presentation at the SC15 Posters, SC15 Austin, Texas.
Keywords: HPX. [bibtex-entry]