### Current Students

#### Ph.D. Students

- Mohammad H. Akanda (with Y. Cao, co-advisor)
- Bertran Sedar Ngoma Koumba (with D. Glotov, co-advisor)

### Former Students

#### Ph.D. Stundents

- Maria Charina-Kehrein (2002) – A MHD Free Boundary Value Problem (currently at TU Dortmund, Germany)
- Necibe Tuncer (2007) – A Novel Finite Element Discretization of Domains with Spheroidal Geometry (currently at the University of Tulsa)
- Chadia Affane Aji (2007) – Poroelasticity (currently at Tuskegee University)
- Kang Jin (2008) – On the Lattice Boltzmann Method: Implementation and Applications (currently Quantitative Finance Analyst at Bank of America)
- Song Chen (2013; with Y. Cao, co-advisor) Analysis and Finite Element Approximation for Nonlinear Problems in Poroelasticity and Bioconvection (currently at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse)
- Keith (Dan) D. Brauss An Implementation of the Finite Element Method for the Velocity-Current Magnetohydrodynamics Equations
- Feng Bao (with Y. Cao, co-advisor) Ecient Numerical Algorithms for Solving Nonlinear Filtering Problems

#### M.S. Students

- Zheng Zhang (1992) – Approximate Solutions of the Laplace-Beltrami Equation on a Sphere
- Kelly Sweetingham (2004) – Numerical Approximation of Solutions of a Tricomi-Type Equation
- Kang Jin (2005) – The Lattice Gas Model and Lattice Boltzmann Model on Hexagonal Grids
- Mosavverul Hassan (2009) – Constructing Cubic Splines on the Sphere

#### M.A.M (Masters in Applied Mathematics) Students

- Can Demirkaya (1995) – A Finite Element Stokes Solver
- Florentina Simionescu (2005) – Optimal Control of a Convective Heat Transfer Coefficient
- Srivamsi K. Patchipulusu (2005) – Numerical Solution of the Navier-Stokes Equations Using the Fractional Step Projection Method
- Pradeep Sharma (2005) – Numerical Solution of Fractional Diffusion Equations
- Ziyuan Mi (2009) – Mathematical Modeling of the Chronoamperometric Response of Microelectrodes

#### Undergraduate Students

- Allison E. Ford (2001) – A Mathematical Model and Analysis of the Motion of Two Rotors with Charged Spokes Spinning in Proximity (Honors Thesis)