Misun Min specializes in high-order numerical methods with a particular focus on exascale algorithms for computational physics applications, including fluid flow, electromagnetics, and ion transport.
Misun Min’s research is focused on developing high-order numerical algorithms for efficient and accurate modeling for solving petascale-enabled problems in accelerator physics, nanotechnology-based applications, and lattice Boltzmann fluid simulations. Numerical techniques include spectral/spectral-element/spectral-element discontinuous Galerkin/Nedelec-element/Krylov subspace approximations based on hexahedral and tetrahedral element meshes.
Min’s research combines theoretical work to develop stable, accurate, and fast numerical algorithms and software developments for high-performance architectures at extreme scale.
- Developing high-order numerical algorithms for efficient and accurate modeling for solving petascale-enabled problems in accelerator physics
- Nanotechnology-based applications (surface plasmonics, photovoltaic solar cells)
- Lattice Boltzmann fluid simulation