Assistant Researcher Smita Sahu

Assistant Researcher Smita Sahu

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Email: ssahu@@shanghaitech.edu.cn

Office: Room 1-A-405, SIST Building

Research Group: Prof. Qifeng Liao Group                                


RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Numerical Methods for Hamilton-Jacobi equations

  • Non-destructive testing of metals

  • Traffic flow

  • Uncertainty Quantification


BIOGRAPHY

 Dr. Smita Sahu is an assistant research professor in the group of Prof. Qifeng Liao at the School of Information Science and Technology. She received her Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics at La Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. During her Ph.D. she was a visiting researcher at ENSTA ParisTech and UPMC in Paris. She was a research fellow at La Sapienza University of Rome for six months. She held a 3-years research associate position in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Durham University. 


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Doctoral Thesis

 Sahu, S. (2015). High-order and coupled schemes for Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equations. Ph.D.: Supervisor Prof. M. Falcone, Sapienza Universita di Roma Italy.


Journal Article

 Sahu, S.(2017). High-order filtered schemes for first order time-dependent linear and non-linear partial differential equations. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation.

 Bokanowski, O., Falcone, M. & Sahu, S. (2016). An Efficient Filtered Scheme for Some First Order Time-Dependent Hamilton-Jacobi Equations. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 38(1): A171-A195.

 Sahu, S. (2016). Coupled scheme for linear and Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equations. appear in Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics.

 Sahu, S. (2016). High-order filtered scheme for front propagation problems. Bulletin of the Brazilian Mathematical Society, New Series 47(2): 727-744.

 Cristiani, E. & Sahu, S. (2016). On the micro-to-macro limit for first-order traffic flow models on networks. Networks and Heterogeneous Media 11(3): 395-413.


Chapter in Book

 High order schemes for Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equations Chapter in the volume Novel Directions in Optimization, Control and Games with Applications., (M. S. Aronna, D. Kalise, D. Tonon) Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Springer, (preprint)


Selected Grants

 2015: AFOSR Grant no. FA9550-10- 1-0029,

 2011: EU under the 7th Framework Programme Marie Curie Initial Training Network \FP7-PEOPLE- 2010-ITN, SADCO project, GA number 264735-SADCO