B.S. (Applied Mathematics - 1985) Yale University
Ph.D. (Computer Science - 1993) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
computational scientist at Lawrence Livermore Labs' CASC
After earning his Ph.D., Steven Lee was a research staff member in the Mathematical Sciences Section at Oak Ridge National Laboratory from 1993 to 1998. In 1996 and Fall 1997, he was also a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Steven Lee is a computational scientist at Lawrence Livermore Labs' CASC. His research interests involve the formulation and numerical solution of large-scale scientific problems as ordinary differential equations or differential-algebraic equations. Parallel computing, iterative methods for linear systems, and preconditioning techniques are also areas of particular interest. Steve is currently developing linear sensitivity analysis software for parallel scientific simulations.
Dr. Lee has requested that he not be listed on this web site. Therefore this web page may not be linked from the indexes.
Reference: Dr. Lee's web page
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