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Scholarly Interest Report
Jesse Chan
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor of Computational and Applied Mathematics
  • PhD Computational and Applied Mathematics (2013) The University of Texas , Austin, TX
  • B.A. Computational and Applied Mathematics (2008) Rice University, Houston, TX
Primary Department
   Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
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Research Areas
 High order methods, finite elements
Teaching Areas
 Partial differential equations
Selected Publications
 Refereed articles

Jesse Chan, John A Evans, Weifeng Qiu "A dual Petrov–Galerkin finite element method for the convection–diffusion equation." Computers & Mathematics with Applications


Jesse Chan, Leszek Demkowicz, Robert Moser "A DPG method for steady viscous compressible flow ." Computers and Fluids


Jesse Chan, Norbert Heuer, Tan Bui-Thanh, Leszek Demkowicz "A robust DPG method for convection-dominated diffusion problems II: Adjoint boundary conditions and mesh-dependent test norms." Computers & Mathematics with Applications


Jesse Chan, T. Warburton "A Comparison of High Order Interpolation Nodes for the Pyramid." Submitted


T Ellis, L Demkowicz, J Chan "Locally Conservative Discontinuous Petrov-Galerkin Finite Elements For Fluid Problems." Computers & Mathematics with Applications


Truman E Ellis, Leszek F Demkowicz, Jesse L Chan, Robert D Moser. "Space-Time DPG: Designing a Method for Massively Parallel CFD." Submitted

 Invited Talks

"Dual Petrov-Galerkin Methods: An Overview of Theory and Applications." (9/16/2013)


"DPG methods for convection-diffusion." ICES/USACM Workshop on Minimum Residual and Least Squares Finite Element Methods, Austin, TX. (11/4/2013) With Leszek Demkowicz, Robert Moser, Norbert Heuer, Tan Bui