Research:
 Research interests: Fluid/particle interaction, Blood cell motion in microchannel, Computational fluid dynamics, Scientific Computing, Numerical Analysis.
 Research funding.
 Animations of simulation results of particulate flow and blood cell motion.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the NSF.
Teaching in Spring, 2017:
Math 4364: Intro to Numerical Analysis in Scientific Computing (MoWe:4PM5:30PM at CBB 118)
(It is an one semester course starting from Fall 2015 and a good choice for satisfying the Math minor requirement.)
 Prerequisites:
 Either Math 3331 (Differential Equations) or Math 3321 (Engineering Mathematics).
 Ability to do computer assignments in one of FORTRAN, C, Matlab, Pascal, and Mathematica, or consent of instructor.
 Textbook : Numerical Analysis (9th edition) by RL Burden and JD Faires.
My Ph.D. Students (I have also supervised many M.S. students):
 Graduated Ph.D. students:
Jian Hao (2007), Tong Wang (2008), Lingling Shi (2013), Yao Yu (2013), Xingting Niu (2014),
Shihai Zhao (2014), Aixia Guo (2017, cosupervised with Prof. Jiwen He), ShangHuan Chiu (2017).
 Current Ph.D. students: Linjin Li (cosupervised with Prof. Roland Glowinski), Ang Li.
Seminars and Conferences:
 Scientific computing seminar: Thursdays, 1:30PM 2:30PM, Room 646 PGH.
 April 15 and 16, 2011: Workshop on Advances in Numerical Analysis
and Scientific Computing on Occasion of the 60th Anniversary of Ronald H.W. Hoppe

July 9  12, 2008: International conference on modeling and simulation, Xi'an Jiaotong University,Xi'an, Shaanxi, China.

March 9 and 10, 2007: France  USA Conference on
Applied and Numerical PDEs at 232 PGH, University of Houston.

March 2 and 3, 2007: 2007 Texas Finite Element Rodeo
at 232 PGH, University of Houston.