Yan Wang

Professors:Yan Wang

Name:Yan Wang
Title:Assistant Professor
Gender:female
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Email:wangyan_260@163.com
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Basic:
• Solid-state dewetting problem, contact line problem
• Highly oscillatory partial differential equations
• Numerical methods for partial differential equations
• Computational and applied mathematics in general
Educational background:
Ph.D, Applied Mathematics National University of Singapore 2016.
B.Sc, Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Beijing Normal University 2011
Work experience:
• Teaching Assistant (Aug/2015–Jan/2016), Department of Mathematics, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
• Research Assistant/Associate (Feb/2016–Aug/2016), Department of Mathematics, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
• Research Fellow, (Aug/2016–), Beijing Computational Science Research Center, China.
• Visiting Scholar, (Sep/2017–), National University of Singapore, Singapore.
Research fields:
Computational Mathematics
Scientific achievements:
[1]. Sharp interface model for solid-state dewetting problems with weakly anisotropic surface energies (with Wei Jiang, Weizhu Bao and David J. Srolovitz), Physical Review B, Vol. 91, article 045303, 2015.
[2]. Solid-state dewetting and island morphologies in strongly anisotropic materials (with Wei Jiang, Weizhu Bao, Quan Zhao and David J. Srolovitz), Scripta Materialia, Vol. 115, pp. 123–127, 2016.
[3]. A parametric finite element method for solid-state dewetting problems with anisotropic surface energies (with Weizhu Bao, Wei Jiang and Quan Zhao), Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 330, pp. 380–400, 2017.
[4]. Symmetric high order Gautschi-type exponential wave integrators pseudospectral method for the nonlinear Klein-Gordon equation in the nonrelativistic limit regime (with Xiaofei Zhao), International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling, accepted.
[5]. Stable equilibria of anisotropic particles on substrates: a generalized Winterbottom construction (with Weizhu Bao, Wei Jiang and David J. Srolovitz), SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, accepted.
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