Minghao Wu Rostami
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Guangzhou, China (January 2018)
I am a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics, Syracuse University, USA. My research interest lies in numerical linear algebra with applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). My PhD advisor is Professor Howard Elman (UMD at College Park) and my postdoc mentor is Professor Sarah Olson (WPI).
- January 2019: I have been invited to participate in IPAM's Collaborative Workshop for Women in Mathematical Biology.
- November 2018: A paper co-authored with Sarah Olson, "Fast algorithms for large dense matrices with applications to biofluids", is submitted to Journal of Computational Physics.
- October 2018: A paper co-authored with Fei Xue, "Robust linear stability analysis and a new method for
computing the action of the matrix exponential", is published in SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing. This is my first paper written with an academic sibling!
- July 2018: I received an NSF award. I am grateful for the generous support from the Division of Mathematical Sciences at NSF.
- July 2018: I gave a talk at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology: "Fast algorithms for large dense matrices with applications to biofluids" (joint work with Sarah Olson).
- May 2018: I received an ORAU Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award. I am grateful for the generous support from ORAU.
- April 2018: I gave a talk at the math department seminar at Colgate University: "Fast algorithms for large and dense matrices with applications in biofluid" (joint work with Sarah Olson).
- April 2018: I received a CUSE Grant.
I am grateful for the generous support from Syracuse University.
- April 2018: I gave a talk at the Scientific Computing and Numerics seminar at Cornell University: "Robust linear stability analysis". (Most of the work presented is joint with Fei Xue.)
- March 2018: I gave two talks at the Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods: "Robust computation of the right-most eigenvalues (joint work with Fei Xue) and "Fast algorithms for the dense matrices arising from the method of regularized Stokeslets" (joint work with Sarah Olson).
- May 2017: I received a Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians. I am grateful for the generous support from the Simons foundation.
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In Fall 2018,
I am teaching MAT 581: Numerical Methods with Programming. In Spring 2019, I am teaching MAT 331: First Course in Linear Algebra and MAT 682: Numerical Linear Algebra. All teaching materials for current students are available at Blackboard.
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