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Scholarly Interest Report
         
Matthew Knepley
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor of Computational and Applied Mathematics
 
e-mail:knepley@rice.edu
 
Primary Department
   Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
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Websites
 Homepage
 
Research Areas
 Scientific Computing, Numerical Analysis, Mathematical Modeling
 
Selected Publications
 Refereed articles
 

Jaydeep P. Bardhan, Matthew G. Knepley, and Peter R. Brune "Analytical nonlocal electrostatics using eigenfunction expansions of boundary-integral operators." Molecular Based Mathematical Biology, 3(1) (2015) : 1– 22.

 
 

Michael Lange, Lawrence Mitchell, Matthew G. Knepley, and Gerard J. Gorman "Efficient mesh management in firedrake using petsc-dmplex." SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing (2015) In Press

 
 

Peter R. Brune, Matthew G. Knepley, Barry F. Smith, and Xuemin Tu "Composing scalable nonlinear algebraic solvers." SIAM Review, 57(4): 535–565.

 
 Articles
 

Hannah Morgan, Matthew G. Knepley, Patrick Sanan, and L. Ridgway Scott "A stochastic performance model for asynchronous krylov methods." Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience (2015) Submitted

 
 

Matthew G. Knepley, Michael Lange, and Gerard J. Gorman "Unstructured overlapping mesh distribution in parallel." ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (2015) Submitted

 
 

Tobin Isaac and Matthew G. Knepley "Support for non-conformal meshes in petsc’s dmplex interface." ACM Transaction on Mathematical SoftwareSubmitted

 
 Book chapters
 

Satish Balay, Jed Brown, Matthew G. Knepley, Lois McInnes, and Barry Smith "Software Engineering for Science." Taylor & Francis (2015)

 
 

Shijie Zhong, David A. Yuen, Louis N. Moresi, and Matthew G. Knepley "Numerical methods for mantle convection." , 7 (2015)

 
 Refereed conference papers
 

Jaydeep P. Bardhan and Matthew G. Knepley "Multiscale models and approximation algorithms for protein electrostatics." roceedings of the 38th International Conference on Boundary Elements and Other Mesh Reduction Methods (2015)

 
 

Jaydeep P. Bardhan, D. A. Tejani, N. S. Wieckowski, A. Ramaswamy, and Matthew G. Knepley "A nonlinear boundary condition for continuum models of biomolecular electrostatics." Proceedings of PIERS (2015)

 
 

Karl Rupp, Satish Balay, Jed Brown, Matthew G. Knepley, Lois Curfman McInnes, and Barry F. Smith "On the evolution of user support topics in computational science and engineering software. ." ArXiv e-prints. Whitepaper for Computational Science & Engineering Software Sustainability and Productivity Challenges (2015)

 
 

Matthew G. Knepley and Jaydeep P. Bardhan "Work/precision tradeoffs in continuum models of biomolecular electrostatics." Proceedings of ASME 2015 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (2015)

 
 

Matthew G. Knepley, Jed Brown, Lois Curfman McInnes, Barry Smith, Karl Rupp, and Mark Adams "Exascale computing without threads." Whitepaper for the DOE High Performance Computing Operational Review (HPCOR) on Scientific Software Architecture for Portability and Performance (2015)

 
 

Matthew G. Knepley, Jed Brown, Lois Curfman McInnes, Barry Smith, Karl Rupp, and Mark Adams "Overview of the petsc library." Whitepaper for the DOE High Performance Computing Operational Review (HPCOR) on Scientific Software Architecture for Portability and Performance (2015)

 
 

Michael Lange, Matthew G. Knepley, and Gerard J. Gorman "Flexible, scalable mesh and data management using PETSc DMPlex."  Proceedings of the Exascale Applications and Software Conference (April 2015)

 
Presentations
 Invited Talks
 

Invited Speaker.  "Composing Nonlinear Solvers." Composing Nonlinear Solvers, ICERM, Providence, RI. (Sept 2015)

 
 

Invited Speaker.  "Computational Bioelectrostatics." CAAM Seminar, Rice University, Houston, TX. (Feb 2015)

 
 

Invited Speaker.  "Computational Bioelectrostatics." Numerical Analysis Seminar, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. (Jan 2015)

 
 

Invited Speaker.  "Extensibility in PETSc." SIAM CS&E, Salt Lake City, UT. (Mar 2015)

 
 

Invited Speaker.  "PETSc: Infrastructure for Computational Science." ME & IE Seminar, Northeastern University, Boston, MA. (Mar 2015)

 
 

Invited Speaker.  "Work/Precision Tradeoffs in Continuum Models of Biomolecular Electrostatics." ASME IMECE 2015, Houston, TX. (Nov 2015)

 
Editorial Positions
 Associate Editor, Cogent Geoscience, Taylor & Francis. (2015 - 2015)

Supervised Theses & Dissertations
 Kirstie Haynie, PhD Title Work in Progress. (2018) (Thesis Committee Member)

 Sri Raj Paul, MS Performance Analysis and Optimization of a Hybrid Distributed Reverse Time Migration Application. (Thesis Committee Member)

 Chen Liu, MS Title Work in Progress. (Thesis Committee Member)

 Arturo Vargas, PhD Title Work in Progress. (Thesis Committee Member)

Awards, Prizes, & Fellowships
 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering, SIAM/ACM (2015)