Our focus is on systems that are complex due to rheological properties of the considered fluids, complicated flow geometry, complex multiphysics aspects of the forces governing the flows, or a combination of these factors. We carry out modeling and simulations of such problems, as well as developing appropriate computational methods. In some cases, we also carry out physical experiments in our Undergraduate Capstone Laboratory in coordination with the Capstone Course taken by our applied mathematics majors. Our work is carried out in collaboration with mathematicians and scientists from a number of different institutions (listed on our Research pages).
Aug 2017: Ivana Seric will defend her thesis on August 1st in Cullimore 611.
Jun 2017: Lou Kondic will Chair the 14th Frontiers in Applied and Computational Mathematics, June 24-25 at NJIT. [link]
Jun 2017: Linda Cummings will co-organize the 33rd annual workshop on Mathematical Problems in Industry, June 19-23 at NJIT. [link]
Jun 2017: Pejman Sanaei will defend his thesis on June 16th in Cullimore 611.
Jun 2017: Michael Lam will spend summer 2017 as an intern at the Coastal Hydraulics Lab in Mississippi, funded by Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education! [link]