Erlebacher, Gordon
Professor / Chair, Department of Scientific Computing

Research Interests:

I am interested in the modeling, analysis and simulation of neuronal populations, single and multiple astrocytes, and other biological structures, both on serial and parallel architectures. Other areas of research include neural networks with evolving topologies. Other areas of research include the application of gaming and gaming artificial intelligence to education, visualization and feature extraction.
Gunzburger, Max
Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor / Krafft Professor

Research Interests:

Lemmon, Alan
Associate Professor

Research Interests:

Biological Sciences
Meyer-Baese, Anke
Professor

Research Interests:

Medical imaging: pattern recognition techniques applied to breast MRI, computer-aided diagnosis, fMRI data analysis.

Computational biology: dynamical analysis of gene regulatory networks, graph theoretical concepts applied in therapeutics of glioblastoma, stem cells, phosphoproteomics.

Computational neuroscience: brain-based classification techniques, nonlinear stability analysis of cortical systems, graph theory applied to cortical networks.

Navon, Michael
Professor Emeritus

Research Interests:

Reduced order modeling
Peterson, Janet
Professor

Research Interests:

Scientific Computing
Quaife, Bryan
Assistant Professor

Research Interests:

  • Integral equation methods for complex fluids, in particular, vesicle suspensions
  • Efficient and high-order methods for solving integral equations
  • Adaptive and high-order time stepping schemes
  • Integral equation methods for PDEs on surfaces
  • Regularizations of Green's functions
  • Integral equation methods for viscous flow in porous media
  • Preconditioners for integral equations
  • Speer, Kevin
    Professor

    Research Interests:

    Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute (gfdi.fsu.edu)

    Kevin has been the director of GFDI since 2011 and has been an active associate for his entire time at FSU. Kevin is a sea-going oceanographer whose research ranges from the global ocean circulation to the dynamics of hydrothermal plumes.
    Wang, Xiaoqiang
    Professor

    Research Interests:

    Numerical analysis and applied partial differential equations, Mathematical biology, Image processing, scientific visualization and data mining, High-performance scientific computing