Anders Petersson is a computational mathematician, working within the Computing directorate at
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Anders obtained his Ph.D. in numerical analysis from the
Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden). He has worked on a variety of
applications throughout his career: Computational geometry for sail design, free-surface fluid
mechanics, mesh generation for overset grid systems, stability theory for hyperbolic partial
differential equations, embedded boundary methods for wave equations, summation-by-parts methods for elastic and acoustic wave propagation, fast multi-pole methods for electro-magnetics, and most recently on control and characterization of superconducting quantum devices.
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