George Karniadakis

George Em Karniadakis in 2013 George Em Karniadakis is a Greek-American researcher, known for his wide-spectrum work on high-dimensional stochastic modeling and multiscale simulations of physical and biological systems. He is one of the pioneers of spectral/hp-element methods for fluids in complex geometries, general Polynomial Chaos for uncertainty quantification, and the theory of Sturm-Liouville theory for fractional partial differential equations. He is currently the Charles Pitts Robinson and John Palmer Barstow Professor of Applied Mathematics at Brown University.

He has advised more than forty PhD students in diverse areas of research including numerical methods for computational fluid dynamics, stochastic PDEs, numerical methods for fractional PDEs, modeling uncertainty with polynomial chaos, multiscale modeling of biological systems, dissipative particle dynamics, flow-structure interactions, parallel computing, and interactive/virtual reality computer graphics. Provided by Wikipedia

by Karniadakis, George
Published 2005
Oxford University Press
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by Zhang, Zhongqiang, Karniadakis, George Em
Published 2017
Springer International Publishing

by Karniadakis, George, Beskok, Ali, Aluru, Narayan
Published 2005
Springer New York

Published 2019
De Gruyter
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Published 2000
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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