Logan Harbour (MS+PhD).
Arbitrary Polyhedral Mesh
Mike Hackemack (PhD). Mike worked on Sn transport discretizations for arbitrary polygons/polyhedra. We notably extended Adams’ PWLD method to a quadratic serendipity version. Mike also worked on diffusion synthetic acceleration and mesh adaptivity, in direct continuation of the PhD work of Yaqi and Bruno. Mike’s work led to 1 journal publication.
Mike is now staff member at KAPL (naval propulsion lab).
Bruno Turcksin (PhD). We extended Yaqi’s work on Diffusion Synthetic Accelerators for Sn transport in bold ways: applying it to highly forward peaked scattering (as found in electron transport) and making it work on arbitrary polyhedral meshes! We published 2 journal articles.
Bruno is now a staff member at Oak Ridge National Lab (ORNL).