Center for Computing Research
Richard B. Lehoucq
|Richard B. Lehoucq|
Discrete Math & Optimization
Sandia National Laboratories
P.O. Box 5800, MS 1320
I've worked on a myriad of projects over the course of my career. These include
- analysis of the peridynanmic nonlocal continuum theory, including mechanical and mathematical analyses.
- nonlocal diffusion equation
- directed graphs and their statistical analyses
- the numerical solution of large-scale eigenvalue problems and differential equations. I am a co-author of ARPACK and Anasazi, open source software for computing eigenvalues of large-scale matrices. I have collaborated with scientists to use ARPACK in applications in Quantum physics, CFD, spectral graph theory, structural dynamics and radiation transport.
- Ph.D. in Computational Science and Engineering, Rice University, 1995.
- M.S. in Mathmatics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1986.
- B.A. in Mathmatics, California University of Pennsylvania, 1984.