Xingye Kan, Ph.D. candidate in applied mathematics, has accepted a two-year postdoctoral position at the National Science Foundation-funded Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications at the University of Minnesota. At IIT, Kan has worked closely with co-advisers Jeffrey Duan and Xiaofan Li, professors of applied mathematics, and received support from the first F.R. Buck McMorris Summer Research Stipend.
Kan’s research interests are computational fluid dynamics, computational materials science, numerical analysis, and computational acoustics. She will conduct joint research with people in the IMA and in the mathematics department at the University of Minnesota.
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