Hal Finkel

  • Program Years: 2007-2011
  • Academic Institution: Yale University
  • Field of Study: Physics
  • Academic Advisor: Richard Easther
  • Practicum(s):
    Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (2008)
  • Degree(s):
    Ph.D. Physics, Yale University, 2011
    B.S. Physics, Drexel University, 2006

Current Status

  • Status: Postdoctoral Appointee, Leadership Computing Facility, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Research Area: Physics
  • Publications

    Finkel, Hal. "An Iterated, Multipoint Differential Transform Method for Numerically Evolving PDE IVPs," arXiv:1102.3671

    Amin, Mustafa A., Easther, Richard, and Finkel, Hal. "Inflaton Fragmentation and Oscillon Formation in Three Dimensions," JCAP 1012 (2010) 001. arXiv:1009.2505

    Finkel, Hal. "The differential transformation method and Miller's recurrence," arXiv:1007.2178

    Easther, Richard, Finkel, Hal, and Roth, Nathaniel. "PSpectRe: A Pseudo-Spectral Code for (P)reheating," JCAP 1010 (2010) 025. arXiv:1005.1921

    Finkel, Hal J. "Stochastic Evolution of Graphs using Local Moves," LOOPS'05, (Potsdam, Germany: 13 Oct. 2005)

    Finkel, Hal J. "Stochastic Evolution of Graphs using Local Moves," arXiv:hep-th/0601163

    Finkel, Hal J., Markoff, D. M., et al. "Analysis of High Rate Photomultiplier Tubes in KamLAND," Division of Nuclear Physics Fall Meeting, Poster Session (8P), (Tucson, Arizona, USA: 31 Oct. 2003)


    Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship - Funding for 4 years of graduate study

    AJ Drexel Presidential Scholarship - Full tuition at Drexel University for 5 years

    Chen Award for Undergraduate Physics - 2003 - College of Arts and Sciences, Drexel University