Department of Mathematics
United States of America
Robert Kirby is currently working as professor in the department of mathematics at Baylor University. He has completed his Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin, 2000. His Academic Interests & Research includes Finite elements for partial differential equations, preconditioners for multiphysics problems, mathematical software, multicore computing. He had no. of publications in many national and international journals.
Finite elements for partial differential equations, preconditioners for multiphysics problems, mathematical software, multicore computing
K. R. Long, R. C. Kirby, and B. van Bloemen Waanders, Unified embedded parallel finite element computations via software-based Frechet differentiation, SIAM J. Scientific Computing 32(6):3323 -- 3351 (2010).
V. E. Howle and R. C. Kirby, Block preconditioners for finite element discretization of incompressible flow with thermal convection, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications 19(2): 427 -- 440 (2012).
R. C. Kirby, and T. T. Kieu, Fast simplicial quadrature-based finite element operators using Bernstein polynomials, Numerische Mathematik 121(2): 261 -- 279 (2012).