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Xianyi Zeng

 
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Xianyi Zeng

Assistant Professor, Mathematical Sciences - Computational Science

Dr. Zeng has always had a passion for solving partial differential equations with analytical or numerical methods, and utilizing them in various applications. These problems arise in a wide range of contexts, such as shock-gel interaction in biomechanics, fault dynamics in geomechanics, and general flow computations in aerodynamics, just to name a few. His current focus is on problems with moving boundaries and/or complex geometries, which include, but are not limited to fluids with free boundary, multiphase flows, and fluid-structure interactions. Underlying these fascinating yet challenging applications are the two main areas of his theoretical researches. The first one is the analysis of hyperbolic and parabolic equations; and the second one is the development of high-order accurate and nonlinear stable numerical methods to solve these equations.

KEYWORDS

  1. Computational Mechanics
  2. High performance computing
  3. Hyperbolic conservation law
  4. Multi-physics simulation
  5. Numerical PDE
  6. Shock hydrodynamics

UTEP STRATEGIC AREAS

  1. Health & Biomedical Sciences and Engineering