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Xiangmin Jiao
Associate Professor
Applied Mathematics & Statistics
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-3600

Phone: (631) 632-4408
Website: http://www.ams.sunysb.edu/~jiao
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INTERESTS

High-performance Geometric and Numerical Computing in Science and Engineering, Efficient and Robust Algorithms, High-performance Software Implementations for Applications Involving Heterogeneous Physical Systems.

BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Jiao received his B.S. in 1995 from Peking University, China, his M.S. in 1997 from University of California Santa Barbara, and his Ph.D. in computer science in 2001 from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). After working in interdisciplinary research for a few years as a Research Scientist at the Center for Simulation of Advanced Rockets (CSAR) at UIUC and then a Visiting Assistant Professor in College of Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology, he joined the faculty of Stony Brook University in Fall 2007. He is now an Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics and is affiliated with the Computer Science Department and the Institute for Advanced Computational Science (formerly the New York Center of Computational Science).

RESEARCH

Xiangmin Jiao's research interests are in high-performance geometric and numerical computing in science and engineering. His work focuses on developing efficient and robust algorithms and high-performance software implementations for dynamic surfaces, mesh optimization, applied computational and differential geometry, and multiphysics coupling, for applications involving heterogeneous physical systems, such as simulations in computational fluid dynamics, biomedical engineering, climate modeling, and geometric modeling. Visit his NumGeom Group page for more information.

AWARDS & ACTIVITIES

Xiangmin Jiao is a recipient of the Outstanding Teacher Award, Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Stony Brook University, Fall 2010 and 2011, and David J. Kuck Outstanding Ph.D. Thesis Award, Computer Science, UIUC, 2001.

TEACHING SUMMARY

AMS 261, AMS 527