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Manuel H. Tiglio

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Associate Research Scientist, CASS
Faculty, Center for Computational Mathematics (CCoM)
Research Scientist, San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC)

Office: SERF 406 (CASS)
Office: E318 (SDSC)

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Dr. Tiglio received his Ph. D. in Physics from the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba (Argentina) in October of 2000. Since then he has had a number of postdoctoral, research, visiting scholar and faculty positions at Penn State, Louisiana State University, Cornell University, the University of Maryland, and Caltech.

Research Interests

Dr. Tiglio’s research interests are in real-time solutions to complex problems, both forward (simulations) and inverse (parameter estimation, model selection, Bayesian inference) ones; uncertainty quantification, high order and spectral methods in complex geometries, heterogeneous computing and, more broadly: gravitational wave physics, computational mathematics, scientific computing and numerical analysis, in particular reduced order modeling, learning, and data mining.

Select Publications

Most recent five publications:

1) "Fast and accurate prediction of numerical relativity waveforms from binary black hole mergers using surrogate models"; Jonathan Blackman, Scott E. Field, Chad R. Galley, Daniel A. Hamburger Bela Szilagyi, Mark A. Scheel, Manuel Tiglio. To appear in Physical Review Letters (2015). eprint: arXiv:1502.07758

2) “Accelerated gravitational-wave parameter estimation with reduced order modeling”; Priscilla Canizares, Scott E. Field, Jonathan Gair, Vivien Raymond, Rory Smith, Manuel Tiglio. Physical Review Letters 114 (2015) 7, 971104

3) “Sparse representations of gravitational waves from precessing compact binaries”; Jonathan Blackman, Bela Szilagyi, Chad R. Galley, Manuel Tiglio. Physical Review Letters 113 (2014) 2, 021101

4) "Fast prediction and evaluation of gravitational waveforms using surrogate models”; Scott E. Field, Chad R. Galley, Jan S. Hesthaven, Jason Kaye, Manuel Tiglio. Physical Review X 4 (2014) 3, 031006

5) “Gravitational wave parameter estimation with compressed likelihood evaluations”; Priscilla Canizares, Scott E. Field, Jonathan Gair, Manuel Tiglio. Physical Review D 87 (2013) 12, 124005