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Lisa Claus is a Postdoctoral Research Scientist in the Scalable Solvers Group of the Computational Research Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, in Berkeley, California. She is a mathematician with experiences in algorithm development, linear algebra and high performance computing. Lisa recently started working on the high-performance scalable software library STRUMPACK which offers a direct solver and a preconditioner for large sparse linear systems.

In 2019, Lisa Claus completed her PhD in Applied Mathematics titled “Multigrid smoothers for saddle point systems” at the University of Wuppertal in Germany. During her PhD studies she developed new algorithms in the field of multigrid methods to solve partial differential equations that model fluid motion. Lisa extended her research by joining Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for two Computer Science internships. There, she advanced algorithms to automatically construct algebraic multigrid methods with a focus on Maxwell's equation which model electrical and magnetic fields.

In 2018, she joined the supercomputing conference as a Student Volunteer. Lisa serves in several volunteer positions including her Social Committee Leader role at the Berkeley Laboratory PostDoc Association. She is an active member in the Women in HPC organization and the WHPC mentorship program.
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