Dr. Bhatt received his Ph.D. in Computational science with specialization in Applied and Computational Mathematics from Middle Tennessee State University in August 2016. His research areas include Applied and Computational Mathematics, with the specific interest in development, analysis, and implementation of the efficient and accurate higher-order time stepping schemes for the system of multidimensional time-dependent nonlinear partial differential equations, partial differential-integral equations, and space-fractional partial differential equations with applications to science, engineering, finance, and biological systems. Prior coming to Savannah State University, he was a Visiting Assistant professor of Mathematics at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi. Dr. Bhatt received his Masters degree in Pure Mathematics from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. He worked seven years as a faculty member of Mathematics at Kathmandu University (www. ku.edu.np) and taught several courses of Mathematics at Undergraduate level. He had given several talks at conferences as an invited and a contributed speaker. He has published several research articles in highly ranked refereed journals.
Applied and Computational Mathematics, Scientific Computation, Numerical Partial Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis
PhD, Computational Sciences - Middle Tennessee State University
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