I received my Bachelor's degree from
and PhD degree from the Chinese Academy of Sciences
(Institute of Applied Mathematics
) in 1989.
My recent research interest is in numerical analysis and scientific computing
with emphasis on the numerical solution of partial differential equations.
My research topics include mesh movement, mesh adaptation, anisotropic mesh generation
and analysis, high order methods (collocation, spectral, and discontinuous Galerkin), geometric integration methods,
and their applications. I am also interested in partial differential equations,
dynamical systems, and fluid dynamics.
- Weizhang Huang and Robert D. Russell,
Adaptive Moving Mesh Methods (Springer, New York). 2011, XVII, 432p. 121 illus., 7 in color., Hardcover.
- Weizhang Huang's research listings in:
Web of Science,
MMPDElab: A MATLAB package for adaptive mesh movement and finite element
computation in 1D, 2D, and 3D.
2022 LEAPES Summer Camps at KU (Grades 11-12)
Pictures and animations for moving mesh methods