Basic information

I'm a PhD student at Rice University in the department of Computational and Applied Mathematics.
My advisors are Professor Béatrice Rivière and Professor Matthew G. Knepley.
Main research interests are the application, theory, and discretization of partial differential equations and high performance computing; discontinuous Galerkin methods, spectral/geometric/algebraic multigrid solvers, and accelerators (GPU, KNL, etc.).

Contact information

Rice University
Computational and Applied Mathematics
Duncan Hall 3017
6100 Main Street - MS 134
Houston, Texas 77005-1892
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Recent Activity

  • Sep, 2017: ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing.
  • May, 2017: KNL paper on the archive.
  • Mar, 2017: 18th Copper Mountain Conference On Multigrid Methods.
  • Nov, 2016: Supercomputing 16.
  • Nov, 2016: Ken Kennedy-ExxonMobil Graduate Fellowship Endowment for 2016-2017.
  • Jul, 2016: XSEDE 16.
  • Jun, 2016: Petascale institute.
  • May, 2016: Awarded XSEDE 2016 Scholarship.
  • Nov, 2015: Ken Kennedy-Cray Inc. Graduate Fellowship Endowment for 2015-2016.
  • Sep, 2015: Research talk in the Graduate Student Seminar.

Maurice S. Fabien 2017