Michael Franco

Primary Research Area: 
Mathematical Analysis
Primary Research Area: 
Applied Mathematics

I graduated from Rice University in 2014 with a double major in Applied Mathematics and Mathematics. After graduation, I worked for BP's Center for High Performance Computing, helping improve their parallel methods for acoustic/elastic wave propagation. Having joined Berkeley in 2016, I am now an Applied Math PhD Candidate. My research focuses on the areas of parallel computing and computational fluid dynamics. Specific topics of interest include: high-order discontinuous Galerkin methods, implicit time integration, and numerical optimization.


Google scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=8tR5uTcAAAAJ

Dissertation Title: 

Efficient solvers for the implicit time integration of matrix-free high-order methods

Dissertation Supervisor: 
Per-Olof Persson
Contact Information
1066 Evans Hall
michaelfranco [at] berkeley [dot] edu
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