The subject of differential equations is a truly multi-disciplinary area. It ranges from how to use mathematical tools to describe various industrial and engineering processes, the so-called mathematical modeling, to mathematical analysis of these models. Real-life problems can lead to deep and intriguing mathematical questions. They often appear in the form of differential equations such as Navier-Stokes equations, Maxwell's equations, and so on. We have a number of faculty members whose research deals with these subjects. They investigate such questions as existence, uniqueness, regularity, and large time behavior of solutions to these equations.

## Faculty

**Velinda Calvert**-*ordinary differential equations, Bernoulli functions***Hai Dang**-*partial differential equation***Amanda Diegel**-*numerical analysis, scientific computing, partial differential equations***Hyeona Lim**-*numerical analysis***Vu Thai Luan**- c*omputational mathematics, numerical analysis, differential equations***Chuanxi Qian**-*differential and difference equations***Mohsen Razzaghi**-*control theory***Xiangsheng Xu**-*partial differential equations***Shantia Yarahmadian**-*partial differential equations and mathematical biology*