Research
 Numerical Analysis, Scientific Computing, Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations
 Development of Stable and Locking Free Numerical Schemes for Various PDEs
 Rigorous a Priori and a Posteriori Error Analysis
 Computational Fusion Plasma Physics
 Affordable Simulations for High Dimensional Problems (dimensionality is > 6)
 Fast Numerical Solvers for Extreme Anisotropic Problems (anisotropy ratio is > 1E6)
 Computational Fluid Dynamics
 Stable and Conservative Schemes for Incompressible Fluid Simulations
 Uniform and Robust Schemes for Porous Media Flow
 Multiphysics Simulations and Nonlinear Analysis
 High Performance Computing for Realistic Applications

Department of Energy (DOE): Center for Advanced Simulation of RFPlasmaMaterial Interactions, University PI, FY2023FY2026.

National Science Foundation (NSF): Development of an Efficient, Parameter Uniform and Robust Fluid Solver in Porous Media with Complex Geometries, DMS2309557, Principle Investigator (PI), 20232026.

Department of Energy (DOE): Center for Integrated Simulation of Fusion Relevant RF Actuators, University PI, 20212023.

Department of Energy (DOE): Numerical Methods for Adaptive Grid Discretization, University PI, 20192021.
Other Information
Dr. Lin Mu, from the Department of Mathematics at the University of Georgia, is seeking doctoral graduate students with focus on applied math, numerical analysis, and scientific computing. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Mu via linmu@uga.edu.
Teaching
 MATH 2700, Fall 2023