Department of Computer Science and Engineering
 



Photo of L.M. Liebrock Dr. Lorie M. Liebrock
Professor, CSE
Dean of Graduate Studies
Phone (505) 835-6729 (only during CSE Office hours; otherwise call 575-835-5481)
Email graduate at nmt.edu
Travel I am frequently on travel so please contact Karen to get on my schedule.

Department Computer Science & Engineering
CSE Office Cramer 210B
CSE Office Hours: see www.nmt.edu/nmt-grad-staff See Office Hours
For an appointment call Karen at 575-835-5513.
Grad Office Fidel 280
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For an appointment call Karen at 575-835-5513.
Research Interests Digital Forensics, Information Assurance, High Performance and Parallel Computing,   Automatic Data Distribution , Well Posedness Analysis,   Information Security   Scholarship for Service (Principal Investigator) .
Background B.S. and M.S., Michigan Technological University
M.S. and Ph.D., Rice University
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Selected Research Interests

Lorie Liebrock's research interests focus on issues related to parallel computing. One long term focus is on using problem topology during compilation. In particular, the use of topology to automate data distribution and allow application of regular application optimizations to partially regular problems. She has developed algorithms for automatic distribution of irregularly coupled regular mesh (a.k.a. composite grid or multiblock) problems, e.g., aircraft aerodynamics and water-cooled nuclear reactor simulations, via the use of problem topology. For use with these automatic distribution algorithms, she has developed a program template and a set of style guidelines for these applications that allow automatic transformation of an application code with no notion of data distribution into a standard High Performance Fortran program with complete distribution specification.

Adaptive parallelization is another aspect of her research. She is working with Pat Teller at University of Texas in El Paso to explore how to adapt parallel applications to new and/or changing parallel environments. By looking at a number of applications, tools that span a variety of uses will be developed to support building adaptive parallel applications.

Well posedness is another aspect of computation that she is exploring. She has done a preliminary well posedness analysis of the automatic data distribution problem. She is also exploring sensitivity analysis (aka stability in well posedness analysis) for complex additive systems with ICASA.


 


Selected Publications (available electronically)
 



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Information Technology Program Website
Computer Science Department Website
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(updated Aug. 2011)