• Eric Tovar
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  • Meet Eric Tovar

    Eric

    Eric Tovar is a Mark Kac Postdoctoral Fellow in Applied Mathematics at LANL and is part of the XCP-2 group.

    His research focuses on developing robust numerical methods for applications in computational fluid dynamics. Eric earned a B.S. and M.S. in Mathematics from The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Texas A&M University.

    Expertise

    • Numerical methods for PDEs
    • Hyperbolic systems of conservation laws
    • Software development for computational fluid dynamics