Yuan N. YoungProfessor
Cullimore Hall, Room 519, University Heights
9736427034 (office) Email: yyoung@njit.edu

FluidStructure/Interface Interactions
Complex Fluid Dynamics
Cellular Modeling in Biomathematics and Biophysics
Numerical methods and analysis
Fluid Dynamics
I have taught a series of graduate courses (M611, M613, M614, M651) and undergraduate courses (M222, M337, M340, M211) in the past. For Spring semester of 2024, I am teaching M222 (Differential Equations).
I have been involved with the organization of FACM (Frontier of Applied an Computational Mathematics) Conference in the past. In particular I coorganized FACM 2015 conference for the Department of Mathematical Sciences. I am now serving on several departmental committees.
I have organized the departmental colloquium and chairing other seminar series in the past (2013).
I have organized the fluid seminar from Fall 2005 to Spring 2010.
In addition, I have also served on the library committee and as advisors for math minors, math majors, and three graduate students (Herve Nganguia, SzuPei Fu and Yuexin Liu).
I have been an active referee for a dozen of topranked journals and have served on panels for grants for several funding agencies.
Dissertation
"On the miscible RayleighTaylor instability". Click here for the abstract, and here for the main part of the thesis in pdf format (1.0MB).
Journal and Invited Review Articles
Conference Proceedings (* = refereed)
Technical Reports (* = referreed)