Dr. Nathaniel Bowman

Nate Bowman

Contact Information

Office: D-2-212 MAK

E-mail Address: [email protected]

Phone Number: (616) 331- 2395

Research Interests

My primary areas of interest are scientific computing and high-performance computing.  Scientific computing is a field at the intersection of mathematics, computer science, and statistics, and past projects I have worked on tend to have elements of all three fields.  High-performance computing generally involves writing efficient parallel programs to make effective use of modern computing resources.

Professional Activities

Member of Padnos College of Engineering and Computing Student Affairs Committee


Personal Interests

Downhill Skiiing, Board/Card Games, Running

Teaching Interests

I primarily teach “Data Communications” (networking), “Operating Systems Concepts”, and “Computer Organization and Assembly Language”.


Recent Publications

Patil, R., Bowman, N., & Wood, J. (2021, October). Analysis of different types of word representations and neural networks on sentiment classification tasks. In 2021 IEEE 12th Annual Information Technology, Electronics and Mobile Communication Conference (IEMCON) (pp. 0473-0478). IEEE.

 


Research with Students

I am currently working with a student on the creation of a fast statistical emulator for NASA’s Mars Global Climate Model.

In general, projects with me tend to involve a mathematical and/or parallel computing theme.

An undergraduate student I am working with was recently awarded the Kindschi Fellowship to continue his research at GVSU.

 



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