National Central University

Dept. of Mathematics

Feng-Nan Hwang

Short bio:

Feng-Nan Hwang is a professor of Mathematics in National Central University.


Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado Boulder, USA, 2000-2004.
Thesis title: Some linear and nonlinear Schwarz methods with applications in computational fluid dynamics
Thesis adviser: Professor Xiao-Chuan Cai
M.S. in Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado Denver, USA , 1997-1999.
Thesis title: A new submesh strategy in the two-level finite element method for the advective-diffusive equation
Thesis adviser: Professor Leo P. Franca
B.S. in Applied Mathematics, Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan, 1991-1995.

Teaching: Falll 2017

  • MA8019 Numerical Analysis I
  • Research interests

    Scientific and parallel computing
    Domain decomposition and multilevel methods
    Mathematical scientific software developments
    Mathematical modeling in industrial applications
    Computational fluid dynamics and computational biomechanics
    Multiscale and stabilized finite element methods



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