Sanghyun Lee, Ph.D

●     Fall 2017 - Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, FSU
Spring 2018 - Associate of Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute (GFDI), FSU : Link

● Florida State University
  Department of Mathematics
  208 Love Building
  1017 Academic Way
  Tallahassee, FL 32306-4510
● Office : LOV 002-D
  Phone: 850-644-1587
  Fax: 850-644-4053
  Skype : sanghyun.lee25
  EM: lee(@)math.fsu.edu




News and Upcoming Events

● [19-23 Aug 2018] Visiting the Center for Subsurface Modeling (Dr. Wheeler), the University of Texas at Austin

● [10-14 Dec 2018] American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, Washington, D.C., USA Link

    ♦ Preensting a talk :

● [11-14 Mar 2019] SIAM Conference on Mathematical & Computational Issues in the Geosciences, Houston, TX Link

    ♦ Organizing a minisymposium : Recent advances in computational modeling of coupled flow and geomechanics in the subsurface environment (with Dr. Jihoon Kim and Dr. George Moridis (Texas A&M University)

    ♦ Organizing a minisymposium : Scalable methods for coupling water resources modeling and parameter estimation (with Dr. Jonghyun Lee (University of Hawaii at Manoa) and Dr. Matthew Farthing)


● [31 Mar - 3 Apr 2019] Finite Elements in Fluids, Chicago, IL, USA Link

    ♦ Organizing a minisymposium : Additive Manufacturuing and Digital Rock Physics for Granular and Fractured Materials (with Dr. Hongkyu Yoon (Sandia National Lab), Dr. Waiching Sun (Columbia University), Dr. SeonHong Na)


● [28 July - 1 Aug 2019] The US National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM), Austin, TX Link

● [10-16 Aug 2019] The 20th Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences (IAMG), State College, Pennsylvania, USA Link

    ♦ Organizing a minisymposium : Coupling geomechanics and flow systems in subsurface applications



Research Interest

● Design, analysis and implementation of numerical methods for partial differential equations.

● Computational mathematics with high performance computing in the area of interdisciplinary multi physics and multi scale real world problems

● Free boundary multiphase problems employing projection methods for Navier Stokes systems and level set methods with adaptive finite element methods. Link

● Analyses and computations of newly developed 'enriched Galerkin' approximation methods for coupling flow and transport for complexed fluid in porous media.

● Big data analytics for extraction of fracture related information in subsurface systems and advanced computational approaches for modeling fracture propagation by using Biot system and phase field to couple flow and geomechanics.