Department of Mathematics

Andrew Christlieb

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Professor (joint with CMSE)

  • Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2001

Currently Teaching
Research Interests

In 2014 Professor Christlieb was named a MSU Foundation Professor of Mathematics,
In 2015 Professor Christlieb was named the inaugural chair of the new department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering (CMSE), 

My group works on developing methods that can bridge scales in complex multi physics problems.  

My research interests include:
Fast convolution methods
Multi-scale modeling
High order numerical methods
Weighted essentially non-oscillatory methods
Defect correction methods
Sub-linear lossy compression methods
Kinetic theory
Plasmas science
Energy materials and phase filed models