################################################################ # This is no longer updated. Please go to my new homepage. # ################################################################ Welcome Lizao (Larry) Li's Homepage Last update: 2015-10-10 +-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+ | ___ | | _____ | | \ / | | | | / \ | | / \ | | \ / | | | | \___/ | | ( ) | | \ / | | | | /|\ | | \_____/ | | | | |??? /| | / | \ | | / | \ /| | /\|/\ | |_ / | | / \ | | / | \/ | | // \\ | | \______/__| | / \ | | / | | | / \___/ \ | |_/\____ | +-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+ About I am a math PhD student at UofM advised by Douglas Arnold. The best way to contact me is through lixx1445.at.umn.edu. My ErdÃ¶s number is 3. My research interests are applied mathematics and theoretical physics. Currently my work is focused on numerical analysis, in particular: - Numerical relativity, rigorous analysis of Regge calculus. - Finite element exterior calculus. (Curriculum Vitae) - (ORCID) - (GPG Key) - (Bitbucket) - (Github) Publications D.N. Arnold, L. Li, "Finite element exterior calculus with lower-order terms", 2015. Submitted. (arXiv|code) L. Li, "On Solution Regularity of Linear Hyperbolic Stochastic PDE Using the Method of Characteristics", EAJAM, 2012. (doi) L. Li, C. Tong, K. Choy, "Texture Classification Using Refined Histogram", IEEE Trans. Image Process, 2010 (doi|pdf) Talks and Posters 2015, "Finite Element Relativity Simulation Using Regge Calculus", at Heidelberg Laureate Forum, Heidelberg, Germany. (poster) 2015, "FEniCS in Linux Containers", at FEniCS'15, Imperial College London, UK. Collaboration with J.S. Hale and G.N. Wells. (poster) 2013, "Finite element exterior calculus with lower-order terms", at Finite Element Circus, University of Delaware. (slides) Teaching Spring 2013, MATH2373 CSE Linear Algebra and Differential Equations. Spring 2012, MATH2374 CSE Multivariable Calculus and Vector Analysis. Fall 2011, MATH1272 Calculus II. Spring 2011, MATH2263 Multivariable Calculus and Vector Analysis. Fall 2010, MATH1151 Precalculus. Disclaimer The views and opinions expressed in this page are strictly those of the page author. The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by the University of Minnesota.