Timothy Taylor

  • Program Year: 1
  • Academic Institution: University of Colorado Boulder
  • Field of Study: Atmospheric Science
  • Academic Advisor: Julie Lundquist
  • Practicum(s): Practicum Not Yet Completed
  • Degree(s):
    B.S. Physics, and B.S. Astronomy, University of Maryland, 2020

Publications

Taylor, J. Direct Numerical Simulation of the Taylor-Green Vortex, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) 2020 Computational Workshop Final Report, 137-147. (https://permalink.lanl.gov/object/tr?what=info:lanl-repo/lareport/LA-UR-20-28407)

Henning et al., Tidal Heating Effects on Habitable Zone Widths Due to Non-Synchronous Spin and Eccentric Orbits, Conference abstract, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. (Feb 2020)

Wang et al., Hammurabi X: a C++ package for simulating Galactic emissions. Journal of Open Source Software, 4(44), 1889. (Dec 2019)


LANL Computational Physics Workshop (Aug 2020)
Title: Direct Numerical Simulation of the Taylor-Green Vortex

GSFC Exoplanet Seminar Series (Jan 2020)
Title: Modification of Classical Habitable Zone Widths Due to Tidal Heating

UMD Astronomy Department Student Summer Research Talks (Sep 2019)
Title: Tidal Heating Effects on Habitable Zone Widths via Non-Synchronous Spin

UMD Astronomy Department Student Summer Research Talks (Sep 2018)
Title: Modification of Classical Habitable Zone Widths Due to Tidal Heating

Poster -- UMD Physics Department Fall Research Showcase 2019 (Oct 2019)
Title: Modification of Classical Habitable Zone Widths Due to Tidal Heating

Poster -- NASA GSFC Summer 2019 Poster Session (Aug 2019)
Title: Habitable Zone Modification via Tidal Heating

Poster -- UMD Physics Department Research Showcase 2019 (May 2019)
Title: A Stiff Differential Equation Analysis Using Spectral Deferred Corrections

Poster -- Sherwood Plasma Fusion Conference 2019 (Apr 15-17 2019)
Title: A Stiff Differential Equation Analysis Using Spectral Deferred Corrections

Poster -- NASA GSFC Summer 2018 Poster Session (Aug 2018)
Title: Modeling the Magnetic Field of the Milky Way

Poster -- UMD Physics Department Research Showcase 2018 (May 2018)
Title: Implementation of a Spectral Deferred Correction Algorithm

Awards

DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellow, 2021
NSF GRFP Honorable Mention, 2021
John Mather Nobel Scholar, 2019 -- Awarded to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center interns providing a $3,000 travel allowance towards the cost of presenting research papers at academic conferences
President's Scholarship, U Maryland, 2016-2020 University merit scholarship
Physics Department Bardasis Fellowship Award, U Maryland, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 Department merit scholarship

Dean's List, U Maryland, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Member of the Honors College, U Maryland, 2016-2020
Honors Citation, U Maryland, 2019