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T-5 Research

Our group combines the strengths of applied mathematicians, mathematical physicists and numerical analysts to derive, analyze and solve mathematical models of complex problems. Its mission is to conduct forefront basic and applied research in mathematical modeling and analysis, provide theoretical leadership and support for the Laboratory and other programs of national interest, and to furnish an effective interface with academic science. In accordance with this mission, T-7 maintains its multidisciplinary, but highly mathematically oriented character, by supporting a strong applied research effort that is grounded in basic research. The applied mathematicians in T-7 have made substantial contributions in solving large systems of linear and nonlinear equations, in the theory, and numerical solution nonlinear partial differential equations, in modeling the long-time predictability of ocean dynamics, in nonlinear optical transmission lines, in the applications of wavelets and homogenization to multiscale problems, and in deriving mathematical models for disease transmission.