Center for Modeling, Optimization and Computational Analysis (MOCA)

William Henshaw

Margaret A. Darrin Distinguished Professor in Applied Mathematics
Mathematical Sciences
Numerical methods for PDEs
adaptive and overlapping grids
incompressible and compressible flows, fluid-structure interactions, solid mechanics and electromagnetics
high-order accurate methods
Overture framework http://www.OvertureFramework.org

Donald Schwendeman

Professor, Department Head
Mathematical Sciences
Numerical methods for PDEs
Fluid-structure interaction problems
Gas dynamics and wave propagation
Multi-scale and multiphase reactive flow
Adaptive and parallel algorithms
Mathematics for industrial applications

John E. Mitchell

Graduate Program Director
Mathematical Sciences
optimization
integer programming
linear programming
conic optimization
semidefinite programming
mathematical modeling of interdependendent infrastructures
sparse optimization and rank minimization

Mark H Holmes

Mathematical Sciences
Development and analysis of mathematical models for physiological systems, including modeling the biological tissues found in joints (such as the knee).

Rick Relyea

David M. Darrin ’40 Senior Endowed Chair; Director, Darrin Fresh Water Institute; Director, Jefferson Project
Biological Sciences
Ecology
Disease ecology
Ecotoxicology
Evolution
Animal behavior