Dr. Lawlor's Research
- CYBER-Alaska, an NSF-funded project to bring cyber-physical systems such as intelligent multi-vehicle robots and predictive building automation into high schools. My students include Mike Moss, Charlie Carlson, and Shaun Bond.
- I've been working on sparse matrix and graph algorithms at our project server.
- GPU Simulations on the Web, such as fluid dynamics, particle/field dynamics, or finite element mechanics.
- I'm working on high portability and high productivity GPU programming languages, like my typesafe OpenCL wrapper EPGPU.
See Dr. Lawlor's research papers for historical work.