Center for Computing Research (CCR)

Center for Computing Research

Thomas E. Voth

Thomas E. Voth
Computational Multiphysics
Email: tevoth@sandia.gov
Phone: 505/844-6004
Fax: 505/845-7442

Mailing address:
Sandia National Laboratories
P.O. Box 5800, MS 1323
Albuquerque, NM
87185-1320

Tom is a member of the Computational Multiphysics Department which is home to the ALEGRA multiphysics application. As a member of the ALEGRA team Tom has lead developments in contact/impact mechanics for explicit dynamics and remesh methods for Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian mechanics. Tom is also technical lead and developer of the ALEGRA/XFEM (eXtended Finite Element) code for treatment of contact/impact in an Eulerian frame. Tom also develops Topological Optimization algorithms in the Albany code for coupled multi-physics simulations.

Education/Background

PhD: University of Texas at Austin

MSME: University of Texas as Austin

BSME: University of Arkansas at Fayetteville

Projects

Selected Publications & Presentations

2014
  • Kramer, Richard, Pavel Bochev, Christopher Siefert, Thomas Voth, "Algebraically constrained extended edge element method (eXFEM-AC) for resolution of multi-material cells," Journal Article, Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 276, pp. 596–612, Accepted/Published November 2014.
2013
2009
  • Voth, Thomas E., Stewart Mosso, Joshua Robbins, "An implementation of the X-FEM for ALE mechanics (minisymposium Keynote)," Presentation, 10th US Congress on Computational Mechanics, July 2009.
2008
2007
  • Brewer, Michael, Christopher J. Garasi, Thomas E. Voth, "Simulation of Magneto-Hydrodynamic Physics Associated with Evolving Interfaces Via ALEGRA/MESQUITE," Presentation, SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, February 2007.
2004
  • LaForest, Marc, Thomas Voth, "A posteriori error estimate for a Lagrangian method applied to Euler's equations," Presentation, Conference on Analysis, Modeling, and Computation of PDE and Multiphase Flow, SUNY, Stoney Brook, August 2004.