• Ben Southworth
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  • Meet Ben Southworth

    Ben

    Ben Southworth did his undergraduate degree in Mathematics at Dartmouth College and PhD in Applied Mathematics at CU Boulder, followed by a postdoc at CU and Metropolis Fellowship at LANL. He is now a scientist  in T5, working on various projects involving efficient forward and inverse problems in numerical PDEs. Outside of work, Ben is an active skier, biker, and outdoorsman.

     


    Expertise

    • Multigrid methods, linear and nonlinear solvers for PDEs
    • Time integration methods for numerical PDEs
    • Numerical linear algebra