Center for Computing Research
Peter Andrew Bosler
|Peter Andrew Bosler|
Sandia National Laboratories
P.O. Box 5800, MS 1321
My research develops numerical methods and accompanying software for coupled multi physics problems. Most recently I have been working with projects in the climate modeling and plasma physics application areas. I have experience with vortex methods, Lagrangian particle methods, discontinuous Galerkin methods, and Lagrangian/semi-Lagrangian transport schemes.
Ph.D. Applied Mathematics, University of Michigan, 2013.
B.S. (honors) Oceanography, U.S. Naval Academy, 2002.
I was an active duty Naval officer from 2002-2007, serving in the weapons department aboard USS SHOUP (DDG 86) and in the operations department at the Naval Maritime Forecast Center / Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Pearl Harbor HI.
Following my time in the Navy, I was a primary instructor for the University of Michigan's introductory calculus program (calc I, II, and III). After graduate school I spent a year as a postdoctoral assistant professor, also in the mathematics department at the University of Michigan.
I joined Sandia in 2014 as that year's John von Neumann Postdoctoral Fellow, and transitioned to a permanent staff position in 2016.
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