High Tech with a Human Touch
Department of Mathematical Sciences, College of Science
Ph.D. Stony Brook University, New York
M.S. Stony Brook University, New York
B.S. Wuhan University, P.R. China
Recognition & Awards
Sigma Xi Award for Excellence in Research
MTH 4311 Numerical Analysis
- Mathematical biology, modeling and numerical algorithms for biological fluid, multiphase flow and fluid-structure interactions. Development of models and computational methods to explore problems in biology that involve complex fluids such as platelet aggregation and biological locomotion.
- Numerical analysis and scientic computing. Front tracking method for system of conservation laws and magnetohydrodynamics.
 Low Reynolds-Number Swimming in Two-phase Fluids. Jian Du, James Keener, Robert Guy, Aaron Fogelson, Physical Review E 85, 036304 (2012).
 A Parallel Computational Method for Simulating Two-phase Gel Dynamics on a Staggered Grid. Jian Du, Aaron Fogelson, Grady Wright, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 60 (2009), pp. 633-649.
 A Numerical Algorithm for MHD in Ablated Material. Tianshi Lu, Jian Du, Roman Samulyak, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 8 (2008), pp. 3674-3685.
 A Numerical Algorithm for MHD of Free Surface Flows at Low Magnetic Reynolds Numbers. Roman Samulyak, Jian Du, James Glimm, Zhiliang Xu, Journal of Computational Physics 226 (2007), pp. 1532-1549.
 A Simple Package for Front Tracking. Jian Du, Brian Fix, James Glimm, Xiaolin Li, et al., Journal of Computational Physics 213 (2006), pp. 613-628.