Associate Professor Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics, Wichita State University, 2012-present.
Assistant Professor Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Wichita State University, 2008-2012.
Assistant Computational Scientist Computational Science Center, Brookhaven National Lab, 2008.
Research Associate Computational Science Center, Brookhaven National Lab, 2005-2007.
Supervisors: Roman Samulyak, James Davenport.
Visiting Scholar Applied Mathematics, Stony Brook University, Fall 2006. Ph.D.
Applied Mathematics, Stony Brook University, August 2005.
Advisors: James Glimm, Roman Samulyak.
Direct numerical simulation of bubbly flows and interfacial dynamics of phase transitions.
M.A. Mathematics, University of Wisconsin - Madison, May 2001.
M.S. Physics, New York University, Jan. 1999.
Advisor: Jerome Percus.
B.S. Physics, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, July 1997.
5Th Workshop on the DOE Advanced Computational Software Collection, Berkeley, California. Aug. 2004.
Sigma Xi Excellence in Research Award,
Stony Brook University, 2005.
Meyer Fellowship, New York University, 1997.
Fields of Interest
High performance computing, MHD, free surface/multiphase CFD, with applications in bubbly flows,
phase transitions, interfacial instability, shock waves and plasma/tokamak physics.
Efficient numerical schemes for hyperbolic systems and electromagnetic waves, front tracking.
Modelling and simulation of lightning arc root damage on metal and composite panels.
First magnetohydrodynamic simulation of pellet ablation in a tokamak.
Modelling of the magnetohydrodynamics in the laser ablation plasma plumes.
Simulation of cavitation mitigation by a bubbly layer in the liquid mercury target in SNS.
Direct numerical simulations of acoustic and shock waves in bubbly fluids using front tracking technique.
Modelling and simulation of dynamic phase transitions between fully compressible media.
Modelling of density stratification effects in the multimode 3D Rayleigh-Taylor mixing of compressible fluids.
Study on the nonadiabatic transitions in quantum optics.