Professor, Ph.D., 1999
NJIT: Applied and Computational Mathematics, Hydro- and Electrodynamics
Roman Samulyak’s research involves mathematical modeling, numerical algorithms, and high performance computing. He works on the development of numerical algorithms based on particles and meshes for hydro- and magnetohydrodynamics, electrodynamics, and solid dynamics, in particular brittle fracture. His applications include processes in particle accelerators, high energy density physics, and nuclear fusion and fission devices.
Office: Math Tower 1-108