Zhennan Zhou

  • William W. Elliott Assistant Research Professor
  • Assist Research Professor in the Department of Mathematics

Research Areas and Keywords

Analysis
semi-classical methods in quantum dynamics, multi-scale methods for physics models, band crossing for Bloch electrons, kinetic theory, Born-Oppenheimer approximation
Biological Modeling
kinetic theory, numerical methods for conservation law
Computational Mathematics
semi-classical methods in quantum dynamics, multi-scale methods for physics models, band crossing for Bloch electrons, kinetic theory, Born-Oppenheimer approximation, numerical methods for conservation law
Mathematical Physics
semi-classical methods in quantum dynamics, multi-scale methods for physics models, band crossing for Bloch electrons, Born-Oppenheimer approximation
PDE & Dynamical Systems
semi-classical methods in quantum dynamics, multi-scale methods for physics models, band crossing for Bloch electrons, kinetic theory, Born-Oppenheimer approximation
Physical Modeling
semi-classical methods in quantum dynamics, multi-scale methods for physics models, band crossing for Bloch electrons, kinetic theory, Born-Oppenheimer approximation, numerical methods for conservation law
Education & Training
  • Ph.D., University of Wisconsin at Madison 2014

Jin, S, Sparber, C, and Zhou, Z. "On the classical limit of a time-dependent self-consistent field system: Analysis and computation." Kinetic and Related Models 10.1 (November 2016): 263-298. Full Text

Chen, J, Liu, J-G, and Zhou, Z. "On a Schrödinger--Landau--Lifshitz System: Variational Structure and Numerical Methods." Multiscale Modeling & Simulation 14.4 (January 2016): 1463-1487. Full Text