12:10 Tuesday, November 15
Computational Sciences Research at ARL
Computational science and the applications of advanced computing technologies will accelerate the United States Army's strategic land power dominance through critical research developments. Strategic and transformative developments in Computational Science will poise the Army of 2030 and beyond as the world's dominant land force. The desired end state is to leverage the full range of S&T enablers to position the Army to excel in distributed operations and increasingly complex operational environments. These foundational pillars and key enablers strongly support the Computational Sciences Campaign to provide an adaptive, agile, and Army-relevant program devoted to addressing significant S&T challenges for Army critical applications. The areas of emphasis include Predictive Simulation Sciences; Data Intensive Sciences; Computing Architectures; and Computing Sciences.
Speaker Bio - Dr. Raju Namburu
Dr. Namburu is the Chief for Computational Sciences Division at ARL. Dr. Raju Namburu received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Minnesota. Dr. Raju Namburu's research and development activities include computational sciences, computational mechanics, interdisciplinary thermal-structural-fluid applications, computational electro-magnetics, network modeling, multi-scale computational methods, and high performance computing. Dr. Namburu has more than 100 publications in various journals and refereed papers in international conferences and symposiums in the areas of computational sciences, computational mechanics, scalable algorithms, network modeling and high performance computing. His awards include the Department of the Army Superior Civil Service Award; Army Research Development and Achievement award 1997, 2001, 2009; and the Army Science best paper awards at the 1998, 2000, and 2002 Army Science Conference. Dr. Namburu is a Fellow of ASME, and a member of USACM, and IACM.
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