Anil Damle

Assistant Professor
Computer Science

Research Interests

Current Projects

  • Localization of Kohn-Sham orbitals
  • Robust and efficient multi-way spectral clustering
  • Density fitting (in electronic structure calculations)
  • Mixture models and density estimation

General Interests

  • Numerical linear algebra
  • Computational quantum chemistry
  • Spectral clustering
  • Fast algorithms

Teaching Interests

  • CS 4220 / MATH 4260: Numerical Analysis: Linear and Nonlinear Problems
  • CS 6220: Data-Sparse Matrix Computations

Selected Publications

  • Anil Damle, Antoine Levitt, and Lin Lin “Variational formulation for Wannier functions with entangled band structure,” submitted [arXiv]
  • Anil Damle and Lin Lin “Disentanglement via entanglement: A unified method for Wannier localization,” submitted [arXiv]
  • Anil Damle, Victor Minden, Lexing Ying, “Robust and efficient multi-way spectral clustering,” submitted [arXiv]
  • Victor Minden, Kenneth L. Ho, Anil Damle, Lexing Ying, “A recursive skeletonization factorization based on strong admissibility,” SIAM Journal of Multiscale Modeling and Simulation 2017, 15 (2), pp 768-796
  • Anil Damle, Lin Lin, Lexing Ying, “Accelerating selected columns of the density matrix computations via approximate column selection,” accepted, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing [arXiv]


  • B.S. Applied Mathematics University of Colorado at Boulder
  • M.S. Applied Mathematics University of Colorado at Boulder
  • Ph.D. Computational and Applied Mathematics Stanford