Welcome to the web page of the Center for Numerical Simulation and Modeling at
the University of
Texas at Arlington.
The Center for Numerical Simulation and Modeling (CNSM) at
University of Texas at Arlington is an interdisciplinary
research group composed of faculty members from Mathematics, Statistics,
Biology, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering and
The NSM Center uses resources
to develop a nationally and internationally
recognized center for world-class research, technology
transfer, and innovative opportunities for higher education.
The Center has actively encouraged world-class research on
many challenging problems, such as high-order shock
capturing scheme, adaptive grid generation, multigrid,
parallelization, direct numerical simulation (DNS) and large
eddy simulation (LES) for flow transition, turbulence,
cooling, combustion, chemical processing, design optimization,
and environmental protection.
The Center also provides scientific and
high-tech services to NASA, Air Force, Navy, US industries and
The NSM Center is currently supported by several Federal
governmental agencies including NASA, Air Force, and Navy
through research grants.
The Center has wide collaborations with US government
research labs including NASA Langley Research Center, Air
Force Wright-Patterson AFB, and Navy David Taylor Research
The Center also has broad joint research with and
provides high-quality service to Nationwide and local US industries
including Rockwell International, HyperComp, Lockheed-Martin,
Bell Helicopter, etc.
The Center currently receive an annual support of around
$400,000 from US governmental funding agencies and US industries.
The NSM center is actively involved in a very strong PhD
Program in Applied Mathematics in order to meet very positive job
market needs from US industries.
Your interest in our research is highly appreciated.
Chaoqun Liu, PhD
Numerical Simulation and Modeling
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