University of Notre Dame College of Engineering
C-SWARM | Center for Shock Wave-processing of Advanced Reactive Materials

C-SWARM

Center for Shock Wave-processing of Advanced Reactive Materials

Matthew AndersonMatthew Anderson

Research Scientist
Indiana University

Computer Science Team

Field(s) of Interest

Adaptive mesh refinement, relativistic magnetohydrodynamics, high performance computing applications.

Description of Your Work/Project in C-SWARM

Implementing the ParalleX-based vertical coupling layer between PGFEM3D and PWAMR.

Degree(s) Held:

Ph.D.,
Physics,
The University of Texas at Austin,
2004

Selected Publications

  1. "Effects of the microphysical Equation of State in the mergers of magnetized Neutron Stars With Neutrino Cooling”, Carlos Palenzuela, Steven L. Liebling, David Neilsen, Luis Lehner, O. L. Caballero, Evan O’Connor, and Matthew Anderson, arXiv:1505.01607

  2. Thomas Sterling, Matthew Anderson, P. Kevin Bohan, Maciej Brodowicz, Abhishek Kulkarni, and Bo Zhang. Towards Exascale Co-design in a Runtime System. In Exascale Applications and Software Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, April 2014.

  3. Carlos Palenzuela, Luis Lehner, Marcelo Ponce, Steven L. Liebling, Matthew Anderson, David Neilsen, and Patrick Motl. Electromagnetic and Gravitational Outputs from Binary-Neutron-Star Coalescence. Phys. Rev. Lett., 111:061105, August 2013.

  4. Carlos Palenzuela, Luis Lehner, Marcelo Ponce, Steven L. Liebling, Matthew Anderson, David Neilsen, and Patrick Motl. Linking electromagnetic and gravitational radiation in coalescing binary neutron stars. Phys. Rev. D., 88:043011, August 2013.

  5. Matthew Anderson, Maciej Brodowicz, Abhishek Kulkarni, and Thomas Sterling. Performance Modeling of Gyrokinetic Toroidal Simulations for a many-tasking runtime system. In The 4th international workshop on Performance Modeling, Benchmarking and Simulation of High Performance Computer Systems at SC13, Denver, CO USA, November 2013.

  6. Matthew Anderson, Maciej Brodowicz, Thomas Sterling, Hartmut Kaiser, and Bryce Adelstein-Lelbach. Tabulated equations of state with a many-tasking execution model. In The Workshop on Large-Scale Parallel Processing at IPDPS, Boston, MA USA, May 2013.