Bio

Bio


Professor Darve's research is focused on the development of numerical methods for large scale scientific computing with applications in biomolecular simulations, acoustics, electromagnetics, and microfluidics. In these applications, the computational expense of simulating large and complex systems is very significant and in many instances beyond current computer capabilities. He is developing innovative numerical techniques to reduce this computational expense and enable the simulation of complex systems over realistic time scales. Professor Darve also uses processors with novel architectures, such as GPUs and the Cell processor, for scientific computing. Applications range from particle simulation to fluid dynamics and solving partial differential equations.

Academic Appointments


Honors & Awards


  • James H. Clark Faculty Scholar, Stanford University (2001)
  • Leslie Fox Prize in Numerical Analysis, IMA (2001)
  • Habilitation Diriger des Recherches, France (2007)
  • H. Julian Allen Award, NASA (2010)
  • Kenneth and Barbara Oshman Faculty Scholar Award, Stanford University (2011)

Professional Education


  • PhD, Paris VI University, Paris, Applied Mathematics (1999)
  • MS, Paris IX University, Paris, Applied Mathematics (1994)
  • BS, Paris VI University, Paris, Mathematics and Physics (1993)

Teaching

2013-14 Courses


Postdoctoral Advisees


Publications

Journal Articles


  • SOLVING THE SCALAR WAVE EQUATION VIA A DIRECTIONAL FAST MULTIPOLE METHOD MESSNER, M., DARVE, E., SCHANZ, M.
  • CFD for Blood Transfusions on the Battlefield and Inhalation of Toxic Agents in the Lung Shaqfeh, E. E., Iaccarino, G., Darve, E.
  • Concentration fluctuations in the dilute sedimentation of anisotropic particles 15th US National Congress Darve, E., SAINTILLAN, D., SHAQFEH, E. S.
  • A KALMAN FILTER POWERED BY H-MATRICES FOR QUASI-CONTINUOUS DATA ASSIMILATION PROBLEMS LI, Y. J., AMBIKASARAN, S., DARVE, E. F., KITANIDIS, P. K.
  • An Fast Direct Solver for Partial Hierarchically Semi-Separable Matrices JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING Ambikasaran, S., Darve, E. 2013; 57 (3): 477-501
  • The accuracy of the CHARMM22/CMAP and AMBER ff99SB force fields for modelling the antimicrobial peptide cecropin P1 MOLECULAR SIMULATION Kia, A., Darve, E. 2013; 39 (11): 922-936
  • A fast algorithm for sparse matrix computations related to inversion JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Li, S., Wu, W., Darve, E. 2013; 242: 915-945
  • FOURIER-BASED FAST MULTIPOLE METHOD FOR THE HELMHOLTZ EQUATION SIAM JOURNAL ON SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING Cecka, C., Darve, E. 2013; 35 (1): A79-A103

    View details for DOI 10.1137/11085774X

    View details for Web of Science ID 000315575000004

  • Task-based FMM for multicore architectures Agullo, E., Bramas, B., Coulaud, O., Darve, E., Messner, M., Takahashi, T. 2013
  • An\ mathcal O (N\ log N) Fast Direct Solver for Partial Hierarchically Semi-Separable Matrices Journal of Scientific Computing Ambikasaran, S., Darve, E. 2013; 57 (3): 477-501
  • Fast Algorithms for Bayesian Inversion Computational Challenges in the Geosciences Ambikasaran, S., Saibaba, A. K., Darve, E. F., Kitanidis, Peter, K. 2013; 156: 101-142
  • Application of Hierarchical Matrices to Linear Inverse Problems in Geostatistics OIL & GAS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY-REVUE D IFP ENERGIES NOUVELLES Saibaba, A. K., Ambikasaran, S., Li, J. Y., Kitanidis, P. K., Darve, E. F. 2012; 67 (5): 857-875
  • Fast directional multilevel summation for oscillatory kernels based on Chebyshev interpolation JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Messner, M., Schanz, M., Darve, E. 2012; 231 (4): 1175-1196
  • Extension and optimization of the FIND algorithm: Computing Green's and less-than Green's functions JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Li, S., Darve, E. 2012; 231 (4): 1121-1139
  • Optimizing the multipole-to-local operator in the fast multipole method for graphical processing units INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING Takahashi, T., Cecka, C., Fong, W., Darve, E. 2012; 89 (1): 105-133

    View details for DOI 10.1002/nme.3240

    View details for Web of Science ID 000298589300005

  • Time integrators based on approximate discontinuous Hamiltonians INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING Dharmaraja, S., Kesari, H., Darve, E., Lew, A. J. 2012; 89 (1): 71-104

    View details for DOI 10.1002/nme.3236

    View details for Web of Science ID 000298589300004

  • Fast Multipole Method Using the Cauchy Integral Formula NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF MULTISCALE COMPUTATIONS Cecka, C., Letourneau, P., Darve, E. 2012; 82: 127-144
  • Optimization of the parallel black-box fast multipole method on CUDA Innovative Parallel Computing (InPar) Takahashi, T., Cecka, C., Darve, E. 2012: 1 - 14
  • Matrices Over Runtime Systems @ Exascale 2012 SC COMPANION: HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING, NETWORKING, STORAGE AND ANALYSIS (SCC) Agullo, E., Bosilca, G., Bramas, B., Castagnede, C., Coulaud, O., Darve, E., Dongarra, J., Faverge, M., Furmento, N., Giraud, L., Lacoste, X., Langou, J., Ltaief, H., Messner, M., Namyst, R., Ramet, P., Takahashi, T., Thibault, S., Tomov, S., Yamazaki, I. 2012: 1330-1331
  • Assembly of finite element methods on graphics processors INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING Cecka, C., Lew, A. J., Darve, E. 2011; 85 (5): 640-669

    View details for DOI 10.1002/nme.2989

    View details for Web of Science ID 000286775000007

  • The fast multipole method on parallel clusters, multicore processors, and graphics processing units COMPTES RENDUS MECANIQUE Darve, E., Cecka, C., Takahashi, T. 2011; 339 (2-3): 185-193
  • Generalized Fast Multipole Method 9TH WORLD CONGRESS ON COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS AND 4TH ASIAN PACIFIC CONGRESS ON COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS Letourneau, P., Cecka, C., Darve, E. 2010; 10
  • Introduction to Assembly of Finite Element Methods on Graphics Processors 9TH WORLD CONGRESS ON COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS AND 4TH ASIAN PACIFIC CONGRESS ON COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS Cecka, C., Lew, A., Darve, E. 2010; 10
  • The CUDA codes to perform M2L operation in FMM Takahashi, T., Cecka, C., Fong, W., Darve, E. 2010
  • The black-box fast multipole method JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Fong, W., Darve, E. 2009; 228 (23): 8712-8725
  • A hybrid method for the parallel computation of Green's functions JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Petersen, D. E., Li, S., Stokbro, K., Sorensen, H. H., Hansen, P. C., Skelboe, S., Darve, E. 2009; 228 (14): 5020-5039
  • Computing generalized Langevin equations and generalized Fokker-Planck equations PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Darve, E., Solomon, J., Kia, A. 2009; 106 (27): 10884-10889

    Abstract

    The Mori-Zwanzig formalism is an effective tool to derive differential equations describing the evolution of a small number of resolved variables. In this paper we present its application to the derivation of generalized Langevin equations and generalized non-Markovian Fokker-Planck equations. We show how long time scales rates and metastable basins can be extracted from these equations. Numerical algorithms are proposed to discretize these equations. An important aspect is the numerical solution of the orthogonal dynamics equation which is a partial differential equation in a high dimensional space. We propose efficient numerical methods to solve this orthogonal dynamics equation. In addition, we present a projection formalism of the Mori-Zwanzig type that is applicable to discrete maps. Numerical applications are presented from the field of Hamiltonian systems.

    View details for DOI 10.1073/pnas.0902633106

    View details for Web of Science ID 000267796100005

    View details for PubMedID 19549838

  • High-ionic-strength electroosmotic flows in uncharged hydrophobic nanochannels JOURNAL OF COLLOID AND INTERFACE SCIENCE Kim, D., Darve, E. 2009; 330 (1): 194-200

    Abstract

    We report molecular dynamics simulation results of high-ionic-strength electroosmotic flows inside uncharged nanochannels. The possibility of this unusual electrokinetic phenomenon has been discussed by Dukhin et al. [A. Dukhin, S. Dukhin, P. Goetz, Langmuir 21 (2005) 9990]. Our computed velocity profiles clearly indicate the presence of a net flow with a maximum velocity around 2 m/s. We found the apparent zeta potential to be -29.7+/-6.8 mV, using the Helmholtz-Smoluchowski relation and the measured mean velocity. This value is comparable to experimentally measured values in Dukhin et al. and references therein. We also investigate the orientations of water molecules in response to an electric field by computing polarization density. Water molecules in the bulk region are oriented along the direction of the external electric field, while their near-wall orientation shows oscillations. The computation of three-dimensional density distributions of sodium and chloride ions around each individual water molecule show that chloride ions tend to concentrate near a water molecule, whereas sodium ions are diffusely distributed.

    View details for DOI 10.1016/j.jcis.2008.10.029

    View details for Web of Science ID 000262229700028

    View details for PubMedID 19007939

  • Optimization of the FIND Algorithm to Compute the Inverse of a Sparse Matrix IWCE-13: 2009 13TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL ELECTRONICS Li, S., Darve, E. 2009: 285-288
  • Concentration distributions of arbitrary shaped particles in microfluidic channel flows Bulletin of the American Physical Society Saibaba, A., Shaqfeh, E., Darve, E. 2009; 54 (19)
  • Large calculation of the flow over a hypersonic vehicle using a GPU JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Elsen, E., LeGresley, P., Darve, E. 2008; 227 (24): 10148-10161
  • Computing entries of the inverse of a sparse matrix using the FIND algorithm JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Li, S., Ahmed, S., Klimeck, G., Darve, E. 2008; 227 (22): 9408-9427
  • Fast electrostatic force calculation on parallel computer clusters JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Kia, A., Kim, D., Darve, E. 2008; 227 (19): 8551-8567
  • Stability of asynchronous variational integrators JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Fong, W., Darve, E., Lew, A. 2008; 227 (18): 8367-8394
  • Adaptive biasing force method for scalar and vector free energy calculations JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS Darve, E., Rodriguez-Gomez, D., Pohorille, A. 2008; 128 (14)

    Abstract

    In free energy calculations based on thermodynamic integration, it is necessary to compute the derivatives of the free energy as a function of one (scalar case) or several (vector case) order parameters. We derive in a compact way a general formulation for evaluating these derivatives as the average of a mean force acting on the order parameters, which involves first derivatives with respect to both Cartesian coordinates and time. This is in contrast with the previously derived formulas, which require first and second derivatives of the order parameter with respect to Cartesian coordinates. As illustrated in a concrete example, the main advantage of this new formulation is the simplicity of its use, especially for complicated order parameters. It is also straightforward to implement in a molecular dynamics code, as can be seen from the pseudocode given at the end. We further discuss how the approach based on time derivatives can be combined with the adaptive biasing force method, an enhanced sampling technique that rapidly yields uniform sampling of the order parameters, and by doing so greatly improves the efficiency of free energy calculations. Using the backbone dihedral angles Phi and Psi in N-acetylalanyl-N'-methylamide as a numerical example, we present a technique to reconstruct the free energy from its derivatives, a calculation that presents some difficulties in the vector case because of the statistical errors affecting the derivatives.

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2829861

    View details for Web of Science ID 000255470300020

    View details for PubMedID 18412436

  • A black-box Fast Multipole Method Darve, E., Fong, W. 2008
  • BIRS 08w5074: Mathematical and numerical methods for free energy calculations in molecular systems Darve, E., Chipot, C. 2008
  • Fast inverse using nested dissection for NEGF JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL ELECTRONICS Li, S., Ahmed, S., Darve, E. 2007; 6 (1-3): 187-190
  • Stability of asynchronous variational integrators 21ST INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON PRINCIPLES OF ADVANCED AND DISTRIBUTED SIMULATION, PROCEEDINGS Fong, W., Darve, E., Lew, A. 2007: 38-44
  • Thermodynamic integration using constrained and unconstrained dynamics Free Energy Calculations Darve, E. 2007; 86: 119-170
  • The effect of stratification on the wave number selection in the instability of sedimenting spheroids PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Saintillan, D., Shaqfeh, E. S., Darve, E. 2006; 18 (12)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2396913

    View details for Web of Science ID 000243158200003

  • Stabilization of a suspension of sedimenting rods by induced-charge electrophoresis PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Saintillan, D., Shaqfeh, E. S., Darve, E. 2006; 18 (12)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2404948

    View details for Web of Science ID 000243158200013

  • Hydrodynamic interactions in the induced-charge electrophoresis of colloidal rod dispersions JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Saintillan, D., Darve, E., Shaqfeh, E. S. 2006; 563: 223-259
  • Effect of flexibility on the shear-induced migration of short-chain polymers in parabolic channel flow JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Saintillan, D., Shaqfeh, E. S., Darve, E. 2006; 557: 297-306
  • Molecular dynamics simulation of electro-osmotic flows in rough wall nanochannels PHYSICAL REVIEW E Kim, D., Darve, E. 2006; 73 (5)

    Abstract

    We performed equilibrium and nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulation to study electro-osmotic flows inside charged nanochannels with different types of surface roughness. We modeled surface roughness as a sequence of two-dimensional subnanoscale grooves and ridges (step function-type roughness) along the flow direction. The amplitude, spatial period, and symmetry of surface roughness were varied. The amplitude of surface roughness was on the order of the Debye length. The walls have uniform negative charges at the interface with fluids. We included only positive ions (counterions) for simplicity of computation. For the smooth wall, we compared our molecular dynamics simulation results to the well-known Poisson-Boltzmann theory. The density profiles of water molecules showed "layering" near the wall. For the rough walls, the density profiles measured from the wall are similar to those for the smooth wall except near where the steps are located. Because of the layering of water molecules and the finite size effect of ions and the walls, the ionic distribution departs from the Boltzmann distribution. To further understand the structure of water molecules and ions, we computed the polarization density. Near the wall, its z component dominates the other components, indicating the preferred orientation ("ordering") of water molecules. Especially, inside the groove for the rough walls, its maximum is 10% higher (stronger ordering) than for the smooth wall. The dielectric constant, computed with a Clausius-Mosotti-type equation, confirmed the ordering near the wall and the enhanced ordering inside the groove. The residence time and the diffusion coefficient, computed using the velocity autocorrelation function, showed that the diffusion of water and ions along the direction normal to the wall is significantly reduced near the wall and further decreases inside the groove. Along the flow direction, the diffusion of water and ions inside the groove is significantly lowered while it is similar to the bulk value elsewhere. We performed nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulation to compute electro-osmotic velocities and flow rates. The velocity profiles correspond to those for overlapped electric double layers. For the rough walls, velocity inside the groove is close to zero, meaning that the channel height is effectively reduced. The flow rate was found to decrease as the period of surface roughness decreases or the amplitude of surface roughness increases. We defined the zeta potential as the electrostatic potential at the location of a slip plane. We computed the electrostatic potential with the ionic distribution and the dielectric constant both from our molecular dynamics simulation. We estimated the slip plane from the velocity profile. The zeta potential showed the same trend as the flow rate: it decreases with an increasing amplitude and a decreasing period of surface roughness.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevE.73.051203

    View details for Web of Science ID 000237951300019

    View details for PubMedID 16802924

  • The growth of concentration fluctuations in dilute dispersions of orientable and deformable particles under sedimentation JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Saintillan, D., Shaqfeh, E. S., Darve, E. 2006; 553: 347-388
  • Numerical Methods for Calculating the Potential of Mean Force New Algorithms for Macromolecular Simulation Darve, E. 2006; 49: 213-249

    View details for DOI 10.1007/3-540-31618-3_13

  • Electric Double Layer Structures near Rough Surfaces: Molecular Dynamics Simulation Bulletin of the American Physical Society Kim, D., Darve, E. 2006
  • Fast Inverse using Nested Dissection for the Non Equilibrium Green's Function 11th International Workshop on Computational Electronics Li, S., Darve, E. 2006
  • A smooth particle-mesh Ewald algorithm for Stokes suspension simulations: The sedimentation of fibers PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Saintillan, D., Darve, E., Shaqfeh, E. S. 2005; 17 (3)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.1862262

    View details for Web of Science ID 000227372600031

  • Interactions of wall roughness and electroosmotic flows inside nanochannels ICMM 2005: 3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICROCHANNELS AND MINICHANNELS, PT B Kim, D., Darve, E. 2005: 641-645
  • Induced-charge electrophoresis in suspensions of rodlike particles: Theory and simulations PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASME FLUIDS ENGINEERING DIVISION Saintillan, D., Darve, E., Shaqfeh, E. S. 2005; 261: 251-256
  • Microstructure in the sedimentation of anisotropic and deformable particles PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASME FLUIDS ENGINEERING DIVISION Saintillan, D., Darve, E., Shaqfeh, E. S. 2005; 261: 797-803
  • Efficient fast multipole method for low-frequency scattering JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Darve, E., Have, P. 2004; 197 (1): 341-363
  • A fast multipole method for Maxwell equations stable at all frequencies PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES Darve, E., Have, P. 2004; 362 (1816): 603-628

    Abstract

    The solution of Helmholtz and Maxwell equations by integral formulations (kernel in exp(i kr)/r) leads to large dense linear systems. Using direct solvers requires large computational costs in O(N(3)). Using iterative solvers, the computational cost is reduced to large matrix-vector products. The fast multipole method provides a fast numerical way to compute convolution integrals. Its application to Maxwell and Helmholtz equations was initiated by Rokhlin, based on a multipole expansion of the interaction kernel. A second version, proposed by Chew, is based on a plane-wave expansion of the kernel. We propose a third approach, the stable-plane-wave expansion, which has a lower computational expense than the multipole expansion and does not have the accuracy and stability problems of the plane-wave expansion. The computational complexity is Nlog N as with the other methods.

    View details for DOI 10.1098/rsta.2003.1337

    View details for Web of Science ID 000220407200010

    View details for PubMedID 15306510

  • Assessing the efficiency of free energy calculation methods JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS Rodriguez-Gomez, D., Darve, E., Pohorille, A. 2004; 120 (8): 3563-3578

    Abstract

    The efficiencies of two recently developed methods for calculating free energy changes along a generalized coordinate in a system are discussed in the context of other, related approaches. One method is based on Jarzynski's identity [Phys. Rev. Lett. 78, 2690 (1997)]. The second method relies on thermodynamic integration of the average force and is called the adaptive biasing force method [Darve and Pohorille, J. Chem. Phys. 115, 9169 (2001)]. Both methods are designed such that the system evolves along the chosen coordinate(s) without experiencing free energy barriers and they require calculating the instantaneous, unconstrained force acting on this coordinate using the formula derived by Darve and Pohorille. Efficiencies are analyzed by comparing analytical estimates of statistical errors and by considering two numerical examples-internal rotation of hydrated 1,2-dichloroethane and transfer of fluoromethane across a water-hexane interface. The efficiencies of both methods are approximately equal in the first but not in the second case. During transfer of fluoromethane the system is easily driven away from equilibrium and, therefore, the performance of the method based on Jarzynski's identity is poor.

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.1642607

    View details for Web of Science ID 000189139700006

    View details for PubMedID 15268518

  • Calculating transport properties of nanodevices NANOSENSING: MATERIALS AND DEVICES Darve, E., Li, S., Teslyar, Y. 2004; 5593: 452-463

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.571494

    View details for Web of Science ID 000226789700046

  • Computing flow rate of electroosmotic flows in nanochannels with different wall roughness The Smithsonian/NASA Astrophysics Data System Kim, D., Darve, E. 2004
  • Dynamic Simulations of Sedimenting Fibers with Fast Fourier Transform Acceleration Abstracts of the Papers Darve, E., Saintillan, D., Shaqfeh, E. S. 2004
  • Fast multipole method for low-frequency electromagnetic scattering COMPUTATIONAL FLUID AND SOLID MECHANICS 2003, VOLS 1 AND 2, PROCEEDINGS Darve, E., Have, P. 2003: 1299-1302
  • Unfolding of proteins: Thermal and mechanical unfolding Hur, J. S., Darve, E. 2003
  • Calculating free energies using a scaled-force molecular dynamics algorithm MOLECULAR SIMULATION Darve, E., Wilson, M. A., Pohorille, A. 2002; 28 (1-2): 113-144
  • Calculating free energies using average force JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS Darve, E., Pohorille, A. 2001; 115 (20): 9169-9183
  • The fast multipole method I: error analysis and asymptotic complexity SIAM JOURNAL ON NUMERICAL ANALYSIS Darve, E. 2000; 38 (1): 98-128
  • The fast multipole method: Numerical implementation JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS Darve, E. 2000; 160 (1): 195-240
  • Méthodes multipôles rapides: Résolution des équations de Maxwell par formulations intégrales Darve, E., Olivier, P. 1999; 133 ( 99 PA06 6598): 228
  • THE MULTISTEP FAST MULTIPOLE METHOD: ALGORITHM AND ERROR ESTIMATION DARVE, E. 1997
  • Fast-multipole method: a mathematical study Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences-Series I-Mathematics Darve, E. 1997; 325 (9): 1037–1042

Books and Book Chapters


  • Application of assembly of finite element methods on graphics processors for real-time elastodynamics GPU Computing Gems Cecka, C., Lew, A., Darve, E. edited by Hwu, Wen-mei, W. Elsevier. 2010: 1

Conference Proceedings


  • Dynamic simulations of the instability of sedimenting fibers Saintillan, D., Darve, E., Shaqfeh, E. S.
  • Composition and reuse with compiled domain-specific languages Darve, E., Sujeeth, Arvind, K., Rompf, T., Brown, Kevin, J., Lee, H., Chafi, H. 2013
  • Task-based Parallelization of the Fast Multipole Method on NVIDIA GPUs and Multicore Processors Agullo, E., Bramas, B., Coulaud, O., Darve, E., Messner, M., Takahashi, T. 2013
  • Optimizing the Black-box FMM for Smooth and Oscillatory Kernels Darve, E., Messner, M., Schanz, M., Coulaud, O. 2013
  • Poster: Matrices over Runtime Systems at Exascale Darve, E., Agullo, E., Bosilca, G., Bramas, B., Castagnede, C., Coulaud, O. 2012
  • Folding Proteins at 500 ns/hour with Work Queue Abdul-Wahid, B., Yu, L., Rajan, D., Feng, H., Darve, E., Thain, D. 2012
  • EFFICIENT DATA ASSIMILATION TOOL IN CONJUNCTION WITH TOUGH2 FOR CO2 MONITORING Li, J. Y., Ambikasaran, S., Kitanidis, P. K., Darve, E. 2012
  • Matrices Over Runtime Systems at Exascale Agullo, E., Bosilca, G., Bramas, B., Castagnede, C., Coulaud, O., Darve, E. 2012
  • Liszt: a domain specific language for building portable mesh-based PDE solvers DeVito, Z., Joubert, N., Palacios, F., Oakley, S., Medina, M., Barrientos, M., Darve, E. 2011

    View details for DOI 10.1145/2063384.2063396

  • Generalized fast multipole method Létourneau, P. D., Cecka, C., Darve, E. 2010
  • An implementation of low-frequency fast multipole BIEM for Helmholtz'equation on GPU Takahashi, T., Cecka, C., Darve, E. 2010
  • Computing generalized Langevin equations and generalized Fokker–Planck equations Darve, E., Solomon, J., Kia, A. edited by Chorin, Alexandre, J. 2009

    View details for DOI 10.1073/pnas.0902633106

  • Optimization of the FIND algorithm to compute the inverse of a sparse matrix Li, S., Darve, E. 2009
  • Stratification and wavenumber selection in the instability of sedimenting spheroids Saintillan, D., Shaqfeh, E. S., Darve, E. 2006
  • The Dynamics of Rodlike Particles under Sedimentation and Induced-Charge Electrophoresis Shaqfeh, E. S., Saintillan, D., Darve, E. 2006
  • Adaptive Biasing Force Method for Vector Free Energy Calculations Darve, E. 2006
  • Effect of flexibility on the shear-induced migration of short polymers in parabolic channel flow Saintillan, D., Shaqfeh, E. S., Darve, E. 2006
  • Concentration fluctuations in dilute suspensions of orientable and deformable particles under sedimentation Saintillan, D., Shaqfeh, E. S., Darve, E. 2005
  • Hydrodynamic interactions in colloidal dispersions of conducting rods under induced-charge electrophoresis Saintillan, D., Shaqfeh, E. S., Darve, E. 2005
  • Analysis and performance results of a molecular modeling application on Merrimac Erez, M., Ahn, J. H., Garg, A., Dally, W. J., Darve, E. 2004

    View details for DOI 10.1109/SC.2004.69

  • Calculating transport properties of nanodevices Darve, E. F., Li, S., Teslyar, Y. 2004

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.571494

  • Pattern formation in sedimenting suspensions of spheroids Saintillan, D., Darve, E., Shaqfeh, E. S. 2004
  • Surface tension evaluation in lennard-jones fluid system with untruncated potentials Sinha, S., Shi, B., Dhir, Vijay, K., Freund, Jonathan, B., Darve, E. 2003
  • Advanced structured-unstructured solver for electromagnetic scattering from multimaterial objects Darve, E., Loehner, R. 1997

    View details for DOI 10.2514/6.1997-863

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