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Dr. Craig Douglas|School of Energy Resources

Dr. Douglas is the director of the Institute for Scientific Computation.

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Dr. Craig Douglas

Dr. Craig Douglas

Dr. Craig Douglas is an SER Professor of Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph.D. from Yale University. His research interests include simulating contaminant transport, wildland fires, combustion, and ocean circulation using dynamic data-driven techniques. He is best known for his work in multigrid methods. He has run MGNet, a repository for information related to multigrid, multilevel, multiscale, aggregation, defect correction, and domain decomposition methods, since its inception in 1991.


Ph.D. Yale University 1982
M.Phil. Yale University 1980
M.S. Yale University 1978
A.B. Chicago University 1977


Dr. Craig Douglas conducted the Dynamic Data-Driven Application System 2011 Workshop (DDDAS 2011) in conjunction with the International  Conference on Computational Sciences 2011 (ICCS 2011) in Singapore. He gave a presentation on shale gas field development.

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