Center Director

  Gerard Clyne, an Irish native, joined us in August 2008, to teach advanced mathematics and physics to middle and high school students. Gerard received his honors degree in experimental physics in 2002 from the National University of Ireland, Galway. He has since worked in his home country and abroad as a research physicist and as a tutor and teacher of mathematics and physics at the high school and undergraduate levels. His special areas of interest include computational astrophysics, applied mathematics, computational fluid dynamics, and mathematics and science education. In 2012 Gerard took over as Center Director.