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Journal of Scientific Computing

Journal of Scientific Computing

Editor-in-Chief: Chi W. Shu

ISSN: 0885-7474 (print version)
ISSN: 1573-7691 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10915

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Editor-in-Chief:

Chi-Wang Shu
Brown University, Providence, RI, USA
Finite difference and finite element methods for PDE; computational fluid dynamics

Associate Editors:

Christine Bernardi
CNRS and Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
Numerical analysis of spectral, finite element and mortar discretization

Bertil Gustafsson
Uppsala University, Sweden
Difference methods for time-dependent PDE; computational wave propagation and fluid dynamics

Yvon Maday
CNRS and Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
Spectral and spectral element methods

Stanley Osher
UCLA, CA
Level set methods; PDE based image science; numerical solution of hyperbolic equations

Editorial Board:

Assyr Abdulle
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Multiscale PDEs, Numerical ordinary and stochastic differential equations

Rémi Abgrall
Universität Zürich, Switzerland
Finite difference and finite element methods for PDE; computational fluid dynamics; hyperbolic problems; multiphase and interface problems; Hamilton Jacobi equations

Mohamed Amara
IPRA Laboratoire de Mathématiques Appliquées, Pau, France
Finite element and finite volume methods for PDE; porous media and multiphase flows

Jacques Blum
Université de Nice-Sophia-Antipolis, France
Inverse problems; data assimilation for environmental problems; optimal control of PDE; plasma physics; oceanography

Mark Carpenter
NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Finite difference and time integration methods for PDE's; computational fluid dynamics

Raymond Chan
Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Numerical linear algebra, image processing

Bernardo Cockburn
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Finite element methods; nonlinear conservation laws; computational fluid flow; computational structural mechanics

Kai Diethelm
Technische Universitat Braunschweig, Germany
Fractional calculus, numerical integration, approximation theory, parallel numerical algorithms

Qiang Du
Columbia University, New York
Applied and numerical analysis, scientific computing

Massimo Fornasier
Technical University of Munich
Multiscale bases, variational models, optimization, and applications in PDEs, inverse problems, signal and image processing

Uriel Frisch
Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur, Nice, France
Spectral and other high-precision methods for tackling singularities in PDEs

Daniele Funaro
Università di Modena, Italy
Spectral and collocation methods for PDEs; domain decomposition; preconditioning

Anne Gelb
Arizona State University, AZ
Finite difference and spectral methods for solving PDEs; Gibbs phenomenon; edge detection from Fourier data

Frederic G. Gibou
University of California at Santa Barbara, CA
Level set methods; finite difference/finite volume for PDEs; Computational fluid dynamics.

Roland Glowinski
University of Houston, TX
Finite element methods for PDEs; incompressible computational fluid dynamics; large scale numerical optimization; numerical methods for the control of systems modeled by PDEs

Sigal Gottlieb
University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, MA
Time discretization techniques; numerical methods for hyperbolic PDEs

Jonny Guzmán
Brown University, Providence, RI
Finite element methods

Jan S. Hesthaven
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
High-order finite difference, finite elements, finite volume, and spectral methods for PDEs; computational electromagnetics and plasma physics

Ronald W. Hoppe
University of Houston, Houston, TX
Numerical analysis and optimization

Antony Jameson
Stanford University, CA
Computational fluid dynamics

Li-Shi Luo
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA and Beijing Computational Science Research Center, China
Kinetic methods for computational fluid dynamics; non-equilibrium flows; complex fluids

Lothar Reichel
Kent State University, OH
Numerical linear algebra; computational issues in inverse problems

Pierre Sagaut
LMM - UPMC/CNRS, Paris, France
Computational fluid dynamics; aeroacoustics; finite-difference/finite volume schemes; turbulence

Christoph Schwab
ETHZ, Switzerland
Finite element methods, high-dimensional numerical analysis, computational uncertainty quantification

Rémi Sentis
CEA/Bruyères (service SEL), France
Monte-Carlo methods for PDE; transport equations; modelling and numerical simulations for plasma physics; asymptotic analysis

Jie Shen
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
Spectral methods; computational fluid dynamics

David J. Silvester
University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Numerical analysis; fluid mechanics

Sauro Succi
Instituto Applicazioni del Calcolo, Rome, Italy
Computational kinetic theory; fluid dynamics

Denis Talay
INRIA, France
Stochastic analysis; stochastic numerical analysis; stochastic modelling; financial mathematics

Tao Tang
The Hong Kong Baptist University
Adaptive grid methods; finite difference methods and spectral methods for PDEs

Roger Temam
Indiana University, IN
Classical and geophysical fluid dynamics

Jaap van der Vegt
University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands
Numerical methods for PDE; computational fluid dynamics; Maxwell equations

Wotao Yin
UCLA, Los Angeles, California, USA
optimization

Ya-xiang Yuan
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Optimization

Yong-Tao Zhang
University of Notre Dame, IN
Numerical partial differential equations; computational biology

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