Hoang A. Tran - Department of Mathematics - University of Pittsburgh
I am currently a graduate student at Department of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh. My advisors are Professor Catalin Trenchea and Professor William Layton. My research interests are in the development of reliable and efficient mathematical tools (algorithms with theory) for modeling specific flow problems arising in science and engineering. Topics I have worked on so far include:
- partitioned time stepping methods for multiphysics, multi-domain systems motivated by coupling of groundwater - surface water models and flows with electricity and magnetism in magnetohydrodynamics,
- new variational multiscale algorithms for implementation of modern turbulence models in legacy codes,
- numerical flow control motivated by wind turbine micrositing problems,
- uncertainty quantification: stochastic collocation methods for fluid flows with random input data,
- analysis of algorithms based on fast-slow wave decomposition for geophysical flows.
I come from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, where I got my BS in Mathematics from University of Science
. My full Vietnamese name is Trần Anh Hoàng.
Department of Mathematics
University of Pittsburgh
301 Thackeray Hall
Pittsburgh, PA 15260, U.S.A.
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