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Professor Long Lee

Dr. Lee Long Lee, Ph.D., University of Washington
Professor of Mathematics
Ross Hall 212
llee@uwyo.edu | +1-307-766-4368
Research interests: Numerical analysis and Mathematical
modeling

Education

Ph.D. Applied Mathematics, University of Washington, 2002
M.S. Applied Mathematics, University of Maryland at College Park, 1998
M.S. Geophysics, National Central University, Taiwan, 1990
B.S. Bio-Machinery Engineering, National Taiwan University, 1988

About Dr. Lee

Long Lee joined the University of Wyoming faculty in 2005. He came to the University of Wyoming from a postdoctoral position at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

His research interests span many areas, including numerical analysis, computational fluid dynamics, and numerical methods for nonlinear partial differential equations. Recently, he extended his research to developing numerical methods for image registration and pattern classification.

Representative publications

  1. S. Huzurbazar, D. Kuang, and L. Lee, Landmark-based algorithms for group average and pattern recognition, Pattern Recognition, 86 (2019), pp 172-187.
  2. R. Camassa, D. Kuang, and L. Lee, A geodesic landmark shooting algorithm for template matching and its applications. SIAM Journal on Image Sciences (SIIMS), 10(1), 2017, pp 303-334.
  3. R. Camassa, D. Kuang, and L.Lee, Solitary waves and N-particle algorithms for a class of Euler-Poincare equations. Studies in Applied Mathematics, 137 (2016), pp 502-546.
  4. L. Lee, G. Lyng, and I. Vankova, The Gaussian semiclassical soliton ensemble and numerical methods for the focusing nonlinear Schroudinger equation, Physica D, 241 (2012), pp. 1767-1781.
  5. R. Camassa, J. Huang, L. Lee, Integral and integrable algorithm for a nonlinear shallow-water wave equation, J. Comput. Phys., 216 (2006), pp. 547-572.
  6. L. Lee and R.J. LeVeque. An immersed interface method for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations, SIAM Sci. Comp., 25 (2003), pp. 832-856.

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