- Program Years: 1999-2002
- Academic Institution: California Institute of Technology
- Field of Study: Applied and Computational Mathematics
- Academic Advisor: Oscar Bruno
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2000)
Ph.D. Applied and Computational Mathematics, California Institute of Technology, 2003
Honors B.A. Mathematics, University of Utah, 1997
B.A. Physics, University of Utah, 1997
- Status: Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
- Research Area: Efficient, High-Order Integral Equation Methods in Computational Electromagnetics and Acoustics
E. M. Hyde and O. P. Bruno. "A fast, higher-order method for scattering by penetrable bodies in three dimensions." To appear in J. Comput. Phys.
O. P. Bruno and E. M. Hyde. "An efficient, preconditioned, high-order solver for scattering by two-dimensional, inhomogeneous media." To appear in J. Comput. Phys.
O. P. Bruno and E. M. Hyde. "Higher-order Fourier approximation in scattering by two-dimensional, inhomogeneous media." To appear in SIAM J. Numer. Anal.
E. M. Hyde and O. P. Bruno. "A fast, high-order method for scattering by inhomogeneous media in three dimensions." Phys. B, 338:82 86, October 2003.
E. M. Hyde. "The validity of a paraxial approximation in the simulation of laser-plasma interactions." Technical Report UCRL-JC-139805, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, August 2000.
W.P. Carey Award in Mathematics for outstanding doctoral dissertation, Caltech, 2003
NSF Mathematical Science Postdoctoral Research Fellow, 2002-2005