Thomas Anderson

  • Program Year: 4
  • Academic Institution: California Institute of Technology
  • Field of Study: Applied and Computational Mathematics
  • Academic Advisor: Oscar Bruno
  • Practicum(s):
    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2016)
  • Degree(s):
    B.S. Applied Mathematics, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 2014

Summary of Research

My research has been in the area of numerical methods for solution of PDEs. Previously my work has been focused on fully-implicit solvers for a reduced model of Rayleigh-Taylor instability suppression. My graduate work currently is in the area of Fourier-continuation methods for efficient computation of PDEs in complex geometries.


Thomas G. Anderson, Oscar P. Bruno, Mark Lyon. "High-order, Dispersionless, Spatio-Temporally Parallel "Fast-Hybrid" Wave Equation Solver at O(1) Sampling Cost" preprint(arXiv) (2018)

Thomas G. Anderson, Peter G. Petropoulos, et al. "Electric field stabilization of viscous liquid layers coating the underside of a surface" Phys. Rev. Fluids (2017)

Thomas G. Anderson, Lou Kondic, Linda J. Cummings. “Topological transitions in Poiseuille flow of nematic liquid crystal, International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics (2015).


DOD NDSEG Fellowship, 2014 (declined)
MAA Outstanding Poster award at the Joint Mathematics Meeting, 2014
NJIT Outstanding Honors College Graduate, 2014
NJIT Dean's List, 2010 - 2014 (all semesters)
NJIT Department of Mathematics Applied Math Scholarship, 2011-2013
NJIT Outstanding Undergraduate Student in the Mathematical Sciences, 2013