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E-mail: | kcooley[Insert any even prime number here]@math.umd.edu |

Greetings! I am a PhD student in the Applied Mathematics, Statistics, and Scientific Computing (AMSC) program at the University of Maryland researching numerical methods for computational aerodynamics, specifically compact-reconstruction WENO schemes. I am advised by Dr. James Baeder. Since August 2016 I have organized the AMSC Student Seminar.

- Computational aerodynamics
- WENO methods and variants
- Numerical analysis
- Fluid dynamics and turbulence

- Cooley, K., & Baeder, J. D. (2018). A Central Compact-Reconstruction WENO Method for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws. In 2018 AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting (p. 0067). Link

- A Central Compact-Reconstruction WENO Scheme for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws, at AIAA SciTech, Kissimmee, Florida, 1/8/2018
- Compact-Reconstruction WENO Methods on Non-Uniform Meshes, at the SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Salt Lake City, 3/17/2015.

- Compact Central WENO Schemes for Hyperbolic Problems at the AMSC Student Seminar, October 2017
- Central Schemes for Hyperbolic Problems at the AMSC Student Seminar, March 2017
- Finite-Difference Formulas with Operator Calculus at the AMSC Student Seminar, September 2016
- CRWENO Schemes on Small Stencils at the AMSC Student Seminar, December 2015
- Energy-Stable WENO Schemes at the Applied PDE RIT, November 2015

- Compact-Reconstruction WENO for Compressible Flows. My project for the department course sequence AMSC 663-664, in which I apply my non-uniform CRWENO scheme to solving the Euler equations of compressible flow in two dimensions.

- Math 246: Differential Equations, Spring 2018
- Math 141: Calculus II, Spring 2017
- Math 241: Calculus III, Fall 2016
- Math 141: Calculus II, Fall 2015
- Math 141: Calculus II, Spring 2015
- Math 246: Differential Equations, Fall 2014
- Math 241: Calculus III, Spring 2014
- Math 246: Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers, Fall 2013