Yulong XingResearch staff, Oak Ridge National Laboratory / Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee
Background and research interests
Yulong obtained his Ph.D. in Mathematics from Brown University, and studied in the area of high-order accurate numerical methods for hyperbolic conservation laws. He then spent three years at Courant Institute, New York University, working in the area of multiscale modeling and computation for complex geophysical flows.
He is currently a research staff scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and an assistant professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Tennessee. His research interest is mainly in scientific computing and numerical analysis, more specifically, developing and analyzing efficient/accurate numerical methods for partial differential equations arising from geophysical flows and other applications.