Yuan He
 
Department of Mathematics
The University of Texas at Austin

RLM 13.140
Telephone: 512-232-6185
Email: yuan@math.utexas.edu

 


Education:
 
PhD      Applied Mathematics, Columbia University, 2010
MS        Nanjing University,  P.R. China, 2001
BS         Nanjing University, P.R. China, 1998
 

Research Interests:
 
High Performance Scientific Computation: parallel algorithms, computational neuroscience, computational geophysical fluid dynamics, computational inverse problems and imaging


Publications:
 
1. Y. He, B. Su and M. Zhao, Influence of scalar roughness lengths on the biosphere-atmosphere transfer on the Monsoon region of East Asia, in Proceedings of International Conference & Young Scientist Workshop on Asia Monsoon Environmental System and Global Change, Nanjing, China, 2000.

2.Y. He, J. Ren, B. Su, M. Zhao and W. Li, The effect of land surface process on monthly dynamic extension forecast model, in "Studies on Monthly Dynamic Extension Forecast", edited by W. Li and L. Ji, Meteorology Press, Beijing, China, 2000.
 
3. Y. He, B. Su and M. Zhao, Experiments on the sensitivity of REGCM2 to scalar roughness lengths, Scientia Meteorologica Sinica, 21, 136-146, 2001.
 
4.Y. He and D. E. Keyes, Reconstructing parameter of the FitzHugh-Nagumo system from boundary potential measurements, J. Comput. NeuroSci., DOI 10.1007/s10827-007-0035-9, 2007.
 
5.Y. He and D. E. Keyes, PDE-based parameter reconstruction through Schur and Schwarz decompositions, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, Springer, 2008.
 
6.Y. He, Reconstructing Parameters of Electrocardiology Models from Boundary Potential Measurements, PhD Thesis, Columbia University, New York, NY, 2010.

7. Y. He and D. E. Keyes, Large-scale parameter extraction in electrocardiology models through Born approximation, Inverse Problems, 29, 015001, 2013.

8. Y. He, I. M. Gamba, H. C. Lee and K. Ren, On the modeling and simulation of semiconductor-electrolyte solar cells, SIAM J. Appl. Math., 75, 2515-2539, 2015.

Userful Links:

Mathematics and ICES at UT Austin; APAM at Columbia; Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics; American Mathematical Society; NSF Math Institutes