Center for Computing Research
Andrew G. Salinger (Andy)
|Andrew G. Salinger (Andy)|
Manager, Computational Science
Sandia National Laboratories
P.O. Box 5800, MS 1318
My research involves the integration of technologies to build application codes for the solution and analysis of systems governed by partial differential equations. Currently, my main focus is promoting the software modernization of E3SM, DOE's Earth system model, to improve the quality of the model and productivity of the development process. I have previously been the PI of the Albany code project, an implicit finite element code build on Trilinos libraries, that is being used as the platform for several research codes and algorithm and software research projects. I am also active in the Trillions project and DOE's SciDAC program.
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota, 1993.
- Advisors: J.J. Derby and R. Aris.
- Thesis: The Interactions of Transport Mechanism in Systems with Convection and Reaction
- Funding: NSG Graduate Research Fellowship and AHPCRC Fellowship
B.S.E. Chemical Engineering and B.A. Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania, 1988
- Advisor: A.L. Myers
Postdoc: Institute for Chemical Process Technology, University of Stuttgart, 1994
- Advisor: G. Eigenberger
- Funding: NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship
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