Sean P. Carney

Hedrick Assistant Adjunct Professor
Department of Mathematics, UCLA

In preparation -- drafts available upon request

  • Fluid dynamics of phase separation in confined aqueous two-phase systems
    E. W. Hester, S. P. Carney, V. Shah, A. L. Bertozzi, and D. Di Carlo

  • Numerical methods for reducing the boundary error in numerical homogenization
    S. P. Carney, M. Dussinger, and B. Engquist

Publications

  • Physics informed neural networks for elliptic equations with oscillatory coefficients
    S. P. Carney, A. Gangal, and L. Kim
    Preprint.   arxiv

  • Slow-growth approximation for near-wall patch representation of wall bounded turbulence
    S. P. Carney, R. D. Moser
    Submitted.   arxiv

  • Modeling electrokinetic flows with the discrete ion continuum overdamped solvent algorithm
    D. R. Ladiges, J. G. Wang, I. Srivastava, S. P. Carney, A. Nonaka, A. L. Garcia, A. Donev, and J. B. Bell
    Physical Review E, 106, 035104, 2022.   doi   arxiv

  • Heterogeneous multiscale methods for rough-wall laminar viscous flow
    S. P. Carney and B. Engquist
    Communications in Mathematical Sciences, 20, No. 8, 2069-2106, 2022.   doi   arxiv

  • Discrete ion stochastic continuum overdamped solvent algorithm for modeling electrolytes
    D. R. Ladiges, S. P. Carney, A. Nonaka, K. Klymko, G. Moore, A. L. Garcia, S. Natesh, A. Donev, and J. B. Bell
    Physical Review Fluids, 6, 044309, 2021.   doi  arxiv

  • Low Mach number fluctuating hydrodynamics model for ionic liquids
    K. Klymko, S. P. Carney, A. Nonaka, A. L. Garcia, and J. B. Bell
    Physical Review Fluids, 5, 093701, 2020; named Editors' Suggestion.   doi   arxiv

  • Near-wall patch representation of wall bounded turbulence
    S. P. Carney, B. Engquist, and R. D. Moser
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 903, A23, 2020.   doi   arxiv

  • Water wave propagation in unbounded domains. Part II: Numerical methods for fractional PDEs
    G. I. Jennings, D. Prigge, S. Carney, S. Karni, J. B. Rauch, R. Abgrall
    Journal of Computational Physics, 275, 443-458, 2014.   doi

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