Michael Friedlander is an IBM Professor of Computational Mathematics and Director of the UBC Institute of Applied Mathematics. His research interests are in large-scaled optimization, especially convergence analysis, robust software implementation, signal and image processing, and machine learning.
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Chen Greif is Professor and Head of UBC Computer Science. His research is in numerical linear algebra, including matrix analysis, iterative solvers and preconditioning, and the numerical solution of partial differential equations.
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Ian Mitchell is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science. His current research emphasizes control and planning in cyber-physical and robotic systems with a focus on safety of human-in-the-loop designs. He also studies development of algorithms and software for differential equations, formal verification, assistive technology and reproducible research.
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Uri Ascher is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Computer Science. His research interests include differential equations, optimization, inverse problems, and applications in computer graphics.
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Robert Bridson is an adjunct professor and is the Senior Principal Research Scientist for Visual Effects at Autodesk. His research is in numerical and geometric algorithms for solving problems in fluid and solid mechanics.
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Jim Varah is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Computer Science. His research is in numerical linear algebra.
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