Directory | Math
Jia Zhao
Mathematics & Statistics
Assistant Professor
Contact Information
Office Location: ANSC 216
DialPhone: 435-797-1953
SendEmail: jia.zhao@usu.edu
Educational Background
Biography
Dr. Zhao is an applied and computational mathematician with a keen interest in interdisciplinary research, aiming to strike a balance among mathematical modeling, numerical analysis, and high-performance computations. His research is highly interdisciplinary, residing at the interface between applied mathematics, scientific computing, soft matter physics, and mathematical biology. His current research projects include numerical analysis of thermodynamically consistent hydrodynamic models, modeling and computation of multiphase complex fluids and complex biological systems (biofilms, cell motility, and liquid-liquid phase separation in intracellular dynamics). Dr. Zhao's research has been supported by Dean's Dissertation Fellowship, SPARC Research Grant, ASPIRE-II Research Grant at USC, and AMS-Simons Travel Award from the Simons Foundation.
Research Interests
Awards
NSF Grant DMS-1816783, PI, 2018
National Science FoundationResearch Catalyst (RC) Grant, 2018
Office of Research and Graduate Studies, USUAMS-Simons Travel Award, 2016
AMS & Simons FoundationDean's Dissertation Fellowship, 2014
University of South CarolinaPublications - Abstracts
Publications - Books & Book Chapters
- Zhao, J., Zhang, T., Wang, Q., (2017). Modeling and simulation of bacterial biofilm treatment with applications to food science: Nanotechnology in Agriculture and Food Science. Wiley *
Book Chapters
* Has not been peer reviewed
Publications - Fact Sheets
* Has not been peer reviewed
Publications - Curriculum
* Has not been peer reviewed
Publications - Journal Articles
- Gong, Y., Zhao, J., Yang, X., Wang, Q., (2018). Fully Discrete Second-Order Linear Schemes for Hydrodynamic Phase Field Models of Binary Viscous Fluid Flows with Variable Densities. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 40:1, B128-B167.
- Gong, Y., Zhao, J., Wang, Q., (2018). Linear second-order energy stable schemes for hydrodynamic models of binary mixtures based on a spatially pseudospectral approximation. Advances in Computational Mathematics, In press
- Chen, L., Zhao, J., Yang, X., (2018). Regularized linear schemes for the molecular beam epitaxy model with slope selection. Applied Numerical Mathematics, 128, 139-156.
- Gong, Y., Zhao, J., Wang, Q., (2018). Second order fully discrete energy stable methods on staggered grids for Hydrodynamic phase field models of binary viscous fluids. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 40:2, B528-B553.
- Zhao, J., Yang, X., Gong, Y., Wang, Q., (2017). A novel linear second order unconditionally energy stable scheme for a hydrodynamic q-tensor model of liquid crystals. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 318, 803–825.
- Gong, Y., Zhao, J., Wang, Q., (2017). An energy stable algorithm for a quasi-incompressible hydrodynamic phase-field model of viscous fluid mixtures with variable densities and viscosities. Computer Physics Communications, 219, 20–34.
- Zhao, J., Li, H., Wang, Q., Yang, X., (2017). Decoupled energy stable schemes for a phase field model of three-phase incompressible viscous fluid flow. Journal of Scientific Computing, 70:3, 1367–1389.
- Zhao, J., Wang, Q., Yang, X., (2017). Numerical approximations for a phase field dendritic crystal growth model based on the invariant energy quadratization approach. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 110:3, 279–300.
- Yang, X., Zhao, J., Wang, Q., (2017). Numerical approximations for the molecular beam epitaxial growth model based on the invariant energy quadratization method. Journal of Computational Physics, 333, 104–127.
- Yang, X., Zhao, J., Wang, Q., Shen, J., (2017). Numerical approximations of a three components Cahn-Hilliard phase-field model based on invariant energy quadratization method. Mathematical Model and Methods in Applied Sciences, In press
- Zhao, J., Wang, Q., (2017). Three-dimensional numerical simulations of biofilm dynamics with quorum sensing in a flow cell. Bulltin of Mathematical Biology, 79:4, 884–919.
- Zhao, J., Seeluangsawat, P., Wang, Q., (2016). Modeling antimicrobial tolerance and treatment of heterogeneous biofilms. Mathematical biosciences282, 1-25.
- Zhao, J., Wang, Q., (2016). A 3D Multi-Phase Hydrodynamic Model for Cytokinesis of Eukaryotic Cells. Communications in Computational Physics, 19:03, 663–681.
- Zhao, J., Shen, Y., Haapasalo, M., Wang, Z., Wang, Q., (2016). A 3D numerical study of antimicrobial persistence in heterogeneous multi-species biofilms. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 292, 83-98.
- Zhao, J., Yang, X., Shen, J., Wang, Q., (2016). A decoupled energy stable scheme for a hydrodynamic phase-field model of mixtures of nematic liquid crystals and viscous fluids. Journal of Computational Physics, 305, 539–556.
- Zhao, J., Yang, X., Li, J., Wang, Q., (2016). Energy stable numerical schemes for a hydrodynamic model of nematic liquid crystals. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 38:5, A3264–A3290.
- Shen, Y., Zhao, J., De La Fuente-Nunez, C., Wang, Z., Hancock, R.E, Roberts, C.R, Ma, J., Li, J., Haapasalo, M., Wang, Q., (2016). Experimental and theoretical investigation of multispecies oral biofilm resistance to chlorhexidine treatment. Scientific reports, 6, 27537.
- Zhao, J., Wang, Q., (2016). Modeling cytokinesis of eukaryotic cells driven by the actomyosin contractile ring. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, 32:12, e02774.
- Kapustina, M., Tsygankov, D., Zhao, J., Wessler, T., Yang, X., Chen, A., Roach, N., Elston, T.C, Wang, Q., Jacobson, K., Forest, G., (2016). Modeling the Excess Cell Surface Stored in a Complex Morphology of Bleb-Like Protrusions. PLoS Computational Biology, 12:3, e1004841.
- Zhao, J., Wang, Q., Yang, X., (2016). Numerical approximations to a new phase field model for two phase flows of complex fluids. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 310, 77–97.
- Zhao, J., Wang, Q., (2016). Semi-Discrete Energy-Stable Schemes for a Tensor-Based Hydrodynamic Model of Nematic Liquid Crystal Flows. Journal of Scientific Computing, 68:3, 1241–1266.
Academic Journal
* Has not been peer reviewed
Publications - Literary Journal
* Has not been peer reviewed
Publications - MultiMedia
* Has not been peer reviewed
Publications - Technical Reports
* Has not been peer reviewed
Publications - Translations & Transcripts
Publications - Other
* Has not been peer reviewed