Research Interests: Dr. Deane's research is in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Parallel Computing, with funded projects in Space Physics, Microgravity Fluid Physics and High Performance Computing. Over time he has worked on large-scale simulations of thermal convection, wake flows, compressible turbulence, and magnetohydrodynamics. The numerical techniques used for these simulations include spectral methods, spectral-element methods, finite volume schemes for compressible flows, and shock-capturing methods (particularly flux-corrected transport).
Office: ATL 3231
Anil E. Deane
Associate Research Professor, IPST
Director, Laboratory for Computation and Visualization
Ph.D. in Astrophysics. University of Colorado, Boulder (1987)