Yufei Yu    
I am a Ph.D. student from Department of Mathematics, University of Kansas. My research interest is application of the adaptive moving mesh method on numerical differential equations. My advisor is Professor Weizhang Huang.

     Contact information:

         Office: Snow 637

         E-mail: y920y782@ku.edu
     Office hours:
Th 2pm - 4pm



       Please access KU blackboard for all Math 104 information.

Research and Publication

  1. Y. Yu and W. Huang, Selection of the regularization parameter in the Ambrosio-Tortorelli approximation of the Mumford-Shah Functional for image segmentation, Numer. Math. Theor. Meth. Appl. 11(2018), 211-234. (DOI:10.4028/nmtma.OA-2017-0074) (arXiv:1706.06459)
  2. Kelsey DiPietro, Ronald Haynes, Weizhang Huang, Alan Lindsay, and Yufei Yu, Moving Mesh simulation of contact sets in two dimensional models of elastic-electrostatic deflection problems, (Accepted, Journal of Computational Physics) (arXiv:1805.00160)
  3. Permanent charge effects on ionic flow: a numerical study of flux ratio and bifurcation (under preparation)