Applied Mathematics and Interdisciplinary Research
Applied and interdisciplinary research overlaps with nearly every other research group in the department. These activities include computational materials science, porous media, fluid mechanics, transport equations, inverse problems and imaging, complexity theory, computational algebra, computational geometry, and mathematical biology.
The department plays key roles in two major university interdisciplinary institutes. The Institute for Applied Mathematics and Computational Science is funded by a $20 million fiveyear grant from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology and involves a collaboration between Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science. Three of its codirectors are professors of Mathematics: Yalchin Efendiev, Peter Kuchment, and Jay Walton. The second is the Institute of Scientific Computation (ISC), which is a multidisciplinary research center devoted to the design, analysis and implementation of innovative computational tools to advance scientific and engineering research and education. The director of the ISC is Yalchin Efendiev, Professor of Mathematics. At least a halfdozen other members of the Mathematics Department are involved with both institutes.
Seminars
Faculty
Below is a list of faculty in applied mathematics or who are involved with interdisciplinary research.
Wolfgang Bangerth
Greg Berkolaiko
Andrea Bonito
Gordon Chen
Prabir Daripa
Ron DeVore
Yalchin Efendiev
Ciprian Foias
Stephen Fulling
JeanLuc Guermond

Guido Kanschat
William Johnson,
Peter Kuchment
Joseph Landsberg
Raytcho Lazarov
Lee Panetta
Joseph E. Pasciak
Guergana Petrova
Michael S. Pilant

Bojan Popov
J. Maurice Rojas
Eric Rowell
William Rundell
Anne Shiu
Frank Sottile
Peter Stiller
Jay Walton
Catherine Yan
Jianxin Zhou
