Undergraduate Students

Xingjian Guo (2016 Summer), now at Courant Institute

Jason Kaye (2013--2014, co-mentored with Chao Yang at LBNL), now at Courant Institute

Jin Xie (2015 summer), now at Stanford Unviersity

Graduate Students

Dong An, (2016--)

Jeffmin Lin (2017--)

Michael Lindsey (2016--)

Yu Tong (2017--)

Ze Xu, (2014--)

Jiefu Zhang, (2016--)

Postdoctoral scholars

Amartya Banerjee, (2015--2018, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, co-mentored with Chao Yang at LBNL), soon to be Assistant Professor at UCLA.

Anil Damle, (2016--2017, Ph.D. Applied mathematics, NSF Postdoctoral scholar), now Assistant Professor at Cornell University.

Wei Hu, (2014--2017, Ph.D. Chemistry, co-mentored with Chao Yang at LBNL), now Professor at University of Science and Technology of China.

Weile Jia, (2016--, Ph.D. Computer Science)

Xiaojie Wu, (2018--, Ph.D. Applied mathematics)

Leonardo Zepeda, (2017--, Ph.D. Applied mathematics)


Graduate/Undergraduate students:

Talented graduate students and undergraduate students interested in numerical methods for physics based simulation are always welcome.

You can get in touch with me via e-mail or office hours. Please send/bring (i) an up-to-date CV, (ii) a transcript highlighting your background in numerical analysis, algorithms, and physics and (iii) a brief description of your research interest, and how it may connect to my current research directions. For undergraduate students, please make sure that you have already taken MATH128A, MATH128B or equivalent classes.

The summer internship positions for 2019 have been filled, and I do not have additional internship positions available.

Postdoctoral scholars:

One postdoctoral scholar position is available at the Department of Mathematics at University of California, Berkeley. The candidate is expected to have a PhD degree in applied and/or computational mathematics, with strong background in at least one of the following areas: high dimensional problems, quantum algorithms, multiscale methods, machine learning for scientific computing. Candidates with physics / chemistry / materials science backgrounds but have extensive experience in terms of method developments are also welcome. The salary is competitive. The position is available starting from 7/1/2019, but there is flexibility in the starting date.   

The application package should contain a updated CV, a list of publications, a research statement and a list of three references (names and contact information only). The candidate should send the application package by email containing "Postdoc position" in the subject.