ProfessorDepartment of Applied
Mathematics and Statistics

ScientistComputational
Science Center

Roman Samulyak holds a joint appointment at the AMS Department, Stony Brook University and Computational Science Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory. His research interests include mathematical modeling and numerical algorithms for coupled systems of PDE equations for multiphase systems and applications to the simulations of physics processes in particle accelerators, nuclear fusion and fission devices, and atmospheric / climate systems. He has developed models and numerical algorithms for multiphase hydro and magnetohydrodynamic flows with phase transitions, electromagnetic systems etc. using methods of front tracking and imbedded boundaries. His latest research interests include mesoscale models for brittle fracture and smooth Lagrangian particles methods for hydro and MHD problems.
Current research projects:
Fall 2016
AMS 501: Ordinary Differential Equations: Advanced Topics Spring 2017
AMS 528: Numerical Analysis of PDE's
This is a list of recent representative publications. Click on my CV for a more complete list of publications.
Last updated: 01/26/2011.