Cory D Hauck
I am an applied mathematician and group leader of the Multiscale Methods and Dynamics Group. I am interested in various aspects of numerical analysis, computational physics, scientific computing, and mathematical tools for scientific data. My primary research area is the development of numerical methods for kinetic equations and related models. These models are characteristic by multiscale phenomena, and their simulation requires advanced mathematical tools in modeling and computation.
I received my Ph.D in Applied Mathematics from the University of Maryland in 2006. Before coming to Oak Ridge, I did a postdoc in the Computational Physics and Methods Group and at the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos.
Householder Fellowship, 2009-2011
Department of Energy Early Career Award, 2015