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Corbin Foucart

My research is related to the development of hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin (HDG) methods for use in large-scale computational fluid dynamics software and ocean modeling. I am also generally interested in numerical methods, stochastic modeling, visualization, and high performance computing. I’ve spent most of my life in the greater Boston metro region and the San Francisco bay area, where I received my Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics from Stanford. When not searching for the solutions to life’s mysteries in discontinuous polynomial spaces, I’m an avid kickboxer, swimmer, and classical pianist. He is currently working on: His publications so far include: