Assistant Professor of
Field member in Applied
Mathematics and CSE.
5137 Upson Hall
Department of Computer
Ithaca, NY 14853
E-mail: lastname at cs.cornell.edu
Office hours: W 1:30-2:30, Th 3:00-4:00, F 10:00-11:00 or by
My research interests include:
More generally, I collaborate with engineers and scientists to
simulate systems as diverse as cell phone components, peer-to-peer
overlay networks, and musical instruments. This work mixes software
design, mathematical analysis, and physical modeling.
For Fall 2012, I am teaching
Computations (CS 6210), and Alex Vladimirsky and I are co-organizing
the Scientific Computing and
Numerics (SCAN) Seminar. Recent research talks
Clustering, and Random Walks." Statistical and Scientific Computing
Seminar, University of Chicago, November 2011.
"Matrix Factorizations for
Computer Network Tomography." Householder Symposium on Numerical
Linear Algebra, June 2011.
Computation, and Perturbation." Conference on Numerical
Linear Algebra: Perturbation, Performance, and Portability, July
Reduction for MEMS Modeling." SIAM Annual Meeting, July 2010.
"Applications and Analysis of
Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems." CSC Seminar, Simon Fraser
University, November 2009. Non-research talks
"How to give a talk."
Cornell CS Brown Bag Lunch, March 2011. Selected Publications
David S. Bindel, Sigal Oren, and Jon Kleinberg.
How Bad is Forming Your Own
Opinion? (full version), Proc. 52nd IEEE Symposium on
Foundations of Computer Science, 2011. David S. Bindel, James W. Demmel, and Mark Friedman.
Continuation of invariant
subspaces in large bifurcation problems. SIAM Journal on
Scientific Computing, 30(2): 637--656, 2008. Yan Chen, David S. Bindel, Hanhee Song, Brian Chavez, and Randy H.
overlay network monitoring: Algorithms, evaluation, and
applications. ACM Transactions on Networking, 15(5):
1084--1097, 2007. David S. Bindel and Maciej Zworski.
Symmetry of bound and
antibound states in the semiclassical limit. Letters in Math
Physics, 81(2):107--117, 2007. David S. Bindel and Sanjay Govindjee.
Elastic PMLs for resonator anchor
loss simulations. International Journal for Numerical Methods
in Engineering, 64(6):789--818, 2005. David S. Bindel, James W. Demmel, William Kahan, and Osni Marques.
On computing Givens
rotations reliably and efficiently. ACM Transactions on
Mathematical Software, 28(2):206--238, 2002.