Maxim A. Olshanskii

Professor of Department of Mathematics
at University of Houston.

University of Houston

Also I am adjunct professor of Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Emory University and of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

Research interests:
My fields of expertise are numerical analysis, computational PDEs, numerical linear algebra, computational fluid dynamics.

Current interests include: computational free surfaces, computational cardiovascular hemodynamics, non-Newtonian and high speed flows, unfitted finite element methods, numerical PDEs posed on surfaces and in a bulk, linear algebra tools in computational fluid dynamics.
New book My current research is supported by NSF through the projects "Unfitted Finite Element Methods for Partial Differential Equations on Evolving Surfaces and Coupled Surface--Bulk Problems" (2017-2020), "Collaborative Research: Variational structure preserving methods for incompressible flows: dicretizations, analysis, parallel solvers" (2015-2018), and by ARO through the project "Long-term Stable Conservative Multiscale Methods for Vortex Flows" (2014-2017).

I am authoring three textbooks in numerical linear algebra multigrid and domain decomposition methods:
Iterative Methods for Linear Systems: Theory and Applications,
Lectures and exercises in multigrid methods,
Short course on multigrid and domain decomposition methods.
New book
Service on editorial boards:
Journal of Numerical Mathematics (Managing Editor)
Computational methods in applied mathematics
European Journal of Mathematics
Central European Journal of Mathematics (2006-2014)

Department of Mathematics
University of Houston
651 PGH Houston, Texas 77204
tel:+1-713-743 3470

email: molshan (at)
Emory University  University of Houston   Moscow State University