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Fall 2017 Courses
- Calculus IIIA, Math 211-013
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- Advanced Applied Mathematics III, Math 690-001
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Tuesday 4:00pm to 5:30pm and Thursday 4:00pm to 5:30pm, or by appointment
- Applied Mathematics: Mathematical modeling and methods of
analysis. Asymptotic analysis and singular perturbation methods.
Numerical methods. Stability and bifurcation theory. Nonlinear waves
and other nonlinear phenomena. Applications: mostly in various areas
of (i) fluid mechanics, including complex fluids and chemical effects (ii)
Department of Mathematical Sciences, NJIT, 1993 to
Mathematics Department, Southern Methodist University, 1987-1993.
City College of the City University of New York.
Cranfield Institute of Technology, Cranfield, UK.
Imperial College, London, UK.
Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering (ICASE), NASA Langley.
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota.
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.
University of California at San Diego.
Research Fellow, Department of Engineering
Sciences and Applied Mathematics, Northwestern University, 1984-1987.
NATO Research Fellowship, University of Utrecht, Netherlands, 1982-1984
Education: PhD Mathematics, Imperial College, London, 1983.
MA and Part III Mathematics Tripos, University of Cambridge, 1978, 1979.
A hybrid numerical method for interfacial flow with soluble surfactant and
its application to an experiment in microfluidic tipstreming.
M.R. Booty et al.
Chapter 15 in "Computational Methods for Complex Liquid-Fluid Interfaces."
Progress in Colloid and Interface Science 5 (309-330), CRC Press, 2015.
Numerical simulation of drop and bubble dynamics with soulble surfactant.
Q. Wang et al.
Physics of Fluids 26 (5), 2014, 052102, (1-27).
Analytical and computational methods for two-phase flow with soluble surfactant.
K. Xu et al.
SIAM J. Appl. Math. 73 (1), 2013, 523-548.
Semi-analytical solutions for two-dimensional elastic capsules in
Stokes flow. M. Higley et al.
Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series A. 2012,
A hybrid numerical method for interfacial fluid flow with soluble surfactant.
M.R. Booty and M. Siegel.
Journal of Computational Physics. 229, 2010 3864-3883.
Influence of surfactant solubility on the deformation and breakup of a
bubble or capillary jet in a viscous fluid.
Y.-N. Young et al.
Physics of Fluids 21, 2009, 072105 (1-16).
Modeling of magnetic-field-assisted assembly of semiconductor devices.
R.D Rivero et al.
Journal of Electronic Materials 37, 2008, 374-378.
Influence of insoluble surfactant on the deformation and breakup of a
bubble or thread in a viscous fluid. M. Hameed et al.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 594, 2008, 307-340.
Steady deformation and tip-streaming of a slender bubble with surfactant
in an extensional flow. M.R. Booty and M. Siegel.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 544, 2005, 243-275.
Reflection and transmission from a thin inhomogeneous cylinder in a
rectangular TE10 waveguide. M.R. Booty and G.A. Kriegsmann.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research 47, 2004, 263-296.
Chemical makeup and physical characterization of a synthetic fuel and
methods of heat content evaluation for studies on MSW incineration.
S.S. Thipse et al. Fuel 81, 2002, 211-217.
Polymer pyrolysis and oxidation studies in a continuous feed and flow
reactor: cellulose and polystyrene. B-I. Park et al. Environmental
Science and Technology 33, 1999, 2584-2592.
Microwave-induced combustion: a one dimensional model.
M.R. Booty, J.K. Bechtold and G.A. Kriegsmann. Combustion Theory and
2 (1), 1998, 57-80.
Time-dependent premixed deflagrations. M.R. Booty. AIAA Technical Paper
Simulation of a three-stage chlorocarbon incinerator through the use of a
detailed reaction mechanism: chlorine to hydrogen mole ratios below 0.15.
M.R. Booty, J.W. Bozzelli, W. Ho and R.S. Magee. Environmental
Science and Technology 29 (12), 1995, 3059-3063.
The accommodation of traveling waves of Fisher's type to the dynamics
of the leading tail. M.R. Booty, R. Haberman and A.A. Minzoni. SIAM
J. Appl. Math. 53 (4), 1993, 1009-1025.
Interaction of pulsating and spinning waves in condensed phase combustion.
M.R. Booty, S.B. Margolis and B.J. Matkowsky. SIAM J. Appl. Math.
46 (5), 1986, 801-843.
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American Institute of Chemical Engineers
American Physical Society
The Combustion Institute
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