Prof. Jichun Li
Center for Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), USA
Title: Analysis and simulations of Maxwell's equations in PMLs and graphene
Maxwell's equations play an important role in analyzing and modeling of wave propagation in electric and optical materials. In this talk, I'll focus on some new variations of time-dependent Maxwell's equations resulting from some complex electromagnetic materials such as graphene, and perfectly matched layers. Mathematical analysis and numerical simulations of these models will be discussed. Some open issues will be mentioned.
Jichun Li is Professor of Mathematics and Director for Center for Applied Mathematics and Statistics at University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV). He got his BS from Nanjing University and PhD from Florida State University. His previous positions include Postdoc Fellow at University of Texas at Austin and Associate Director of Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) at UCLA. He has published over 140 SCI journal papers and 2 monographs (one in the famous Springer Series in Computational Mathematics, vol.43, 2013). Currently, he serves as Editor-in-Chief of "Results in Applied Mathematics", and Managing Editor of "Computers & Mathematics with Applications" (both published by Elsevier).