Jeffrey Wong
Office 
7630 MS 
Office Hours 
N/A

EMail 
jtwong at math .ucla .edu 
 About me

 I am a 5th year Ph.D. student in Applied Mathematics at UCLA
(currently supported by the UCLA Dissertation Year Fellowship).
 I obtained my undergraduate degree in mathematics from Harvey
Mudd College in 2011.
 My research interests include asymptotic and numerical analysis
for conservation laws, nonlinear diffusion processes and modeling
for problems in fluid dynamics, particularly in thin films.
 My dissertation research with my advisor, Prof. Andrea Bertozzi,
concerns thinfilms models for viscous noncolloidal suspensions.
 Curriculum Vitae: [Link]
Publications
Lee, S., J. Wong and A. L. Bertozzi. Particle laden flows of bidensity
suspensions. Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation of Oil
Pollution Problems, The Reacting Atmosphere Volume 2, pp. 8597, Mattias
Ehrhardt, Ed., 2015. (link)
J. Wong. and A. L. Bertozzi, A conservation law model for bidensity
suspensions on an incline. Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena 330 (2016):
4757. doi:10.1016/j.physd.2016.05.002. preprint
Mavromoustaki, A., L. Wang, J. Wong and A. L. Bertozzi. Modeling and
simulation of particleladen flow with surface tension. Submitted to
Nonlinearity, 2016. preprint

REU Program
I have served as a mentor for the UCLA
REU program, working with students on experiments and modeling of
particle laden flows. Summaries of results (by students) are available
below:
Summer 2015 (comentor with Li Wang): 2015
student report
Summer 2016 (comentor with Michael Lindstrom): 2016
student report
Teaching (as a TA):
Math 151A: Applied Numerical Methods
Spring 2016
Math 151A: Applied Numerical Methods
(Winter 2014, Fall 2014, Winter 2016)
Math 151B: Applied Numerical Methods
(Spring 2014, Winter 2015, Spring 2015)
Math 142: Mathematical Modeling
Fall 2015
Notes on LaTeX (from REU Program, 2015)
Useful resources and packages
(and some examples)
LaTeX source for the above
Short slides on assorted topics