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Minghao Wu Rostami

Minghao Wu Rostami

Minghao Wu Rostami

Assistant Professor


304D Carnegie Library
Office: 315.443.1469


  • Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computation, University of Maryland, 2012
  • B.S. in Applied Mathematics, South China University of Technology, 2007

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Research Interests

Numerical linear algebra with applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), specifically:

  • Efficient simulation of large-scale fluid-structure interactions
    • Fast multipole method for the regularized Stokes formulation
    • Preconditioners for linear systems arising from CFD
  • Pseudospectral analysis of large, sparse matrices
    • Numerical methods for computing the real structured pseudospectral abscissa
    • Numerical methods for finding the real stability radius
  • Numerical methods for linear stability analysis and bifurcation of large-scale dynamical systems
    • Solvers for large-scale, non-symmetric eigenvalue problems
    • Solvers for large-scale Lyapunov equations
    • Numerical methods for detecting bifurcation phenomena
Math Department Sees Significant Grant Support for 2022-23

(Nov. 21, 2022)

Six professors from A&S’ mathematics department have been awarded National Science Foundation grants, bringing funding for mathematics research and community building.

Five NSF CAREER Awards a Record for A&S

(April 29, 2022)

Professors John Franck, Brett Jakubiak, David Kellen, Davoud Mozhdehi and Minghao Rostami have been awarded five-year CAREER grants to support their innovative research and educational outreach.

NSF Grant Funds Computational Simulation of Bio-Inspired Fluids

(March 16, 2020)

Computing resources grant from XSEDE

Our Mathematical Universe

(March 29, 2017)

Interdisciplinary research thrives in Department of Mathematics