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Eugenio Aulisa

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, room 226

Broadway and Boston, Texas Tech University

Lubbock TX, 70409-1042

phone: (806) 834-6684

fax: (806) 742-1112

email: eugenio.aulisa@ttu.edu

 





CALCULUS III with applications, Fall 2017 Honors 01

CALCULUS III with applications, Fall 2017 Distance 01





CALCULUS III with applications, Spring 2017

CALCULUS III with applications, Fall 2016

CALCULUS III with applications, Spring 2016

CALCULUS III with applications, Fall 2015

CALCULUS III with applications, Spring 2015





The FEMuS Project





CURRICULUM VITAE



I.
GENERAL INFORMATION

CONTACT INFORMATION
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University,
Lubbock TX, 79409-1042,
Phone: (806) 834-6684, e-mail: eugenio.aulisa@ttu.edu
EDUCATION
- Ph.D. in Energetic, Nuclear and Environmental Control Engineering, University of Bologna, Italy (2005).
- M.S. in Nuclear Engineering, University of Bologna, Italy (2002).
- Scientific High School, Instituto Salesiano Don Bosco, Taranto, Italy (1994).
ACADEMIC POSITIONS
- 2016-present: Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, TTU.
- 2012-2016: Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, TTU.
- 2007-2012: Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, TTU.
- 2005-2007: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, TTU.
- 2003-2004: Teaching Assistant, University of Bologna, Italy.
KEY WORDS FOR TEACHING INTERESTS
Calculus, Numerical Analysis, Scientific Computing, Modeling, Finite Elements.
KEY WORDS FOR RESEARCH INTERESTS
Computational Fluid Mechanics, including Modeling and Simulation of Multiphase Flows and Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems. Analysis of Non-Linear Flows in Porous Media and Thin Structures. Multilevel Domain Decomposition Solvers. Optimal Control. Geometric Control.



II.
TEACHING
COURSES TAUGHT
Graduate Numerical Analysis sequence, Mathematical Modeling in Engineering and Industry based on COMSOL Multiphysics, Scientific Computing in C++ and Linux, Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, Introduction to Numerical Analysis, Ordinary Differential Equations, Calculus 1-2-3, Analytic Geometry, Trigonometry.

Teaching Awards
  1. 2015, President's Excellence in Teaching Award, Texas Tech University.
  2. 2008-2009, SIAM Graduate Professor of the Year, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University.

RESEARCH DIRECTION
Chair of Doctoral Committees
  1. Adem Cakmak, Analysis of Nonlinear Darcy-Forchheimer Flows in Porous Media", Department Mathematics & Statistics, August 2009.
  2. Zeynep Kose, Geometric and Numerical Methods for Bonnet Problems and Surface Reconstruction, Mathematics & Statistics, December 2010.
  3. Emine Yasemen Kaya, Dynamics and Stability of Non-linear Beams with Changing Thickness Coupled with Fluid, and Non-linear Plates, Mathematics & Statistics, December 2011.
  4. Lidia Bloshanskaya, Non-linear analysis of Fluid flow in porous media and its application, Mathematics & Statistics, August 2013.
  5. Janitha Gunatilake, Hierarchical Bases and a Multilevel Finite Element Solver, Mathematics & Statistics, August 2014.

Chair of Master Committees
  1. Elizabeth White McGinnis. Mathematical Modeling and Simulation of Fluid Structure Interaction for a High School Classroom. Mathematics & Statistics, August 2007.
  2. Dahwei Chang, Peaceman’s Numerical Productivity Index for Non-Linear Flows in Porous Media, Mathematics & Statistics, August 2009.
  3. Emine Yasemen Kaya, Stability Analysis of Inhomogenous Equilibrium for Axially and Transversely Exited Nonlinear Beam, Mathematics & Statistics, August 2010.
  4. Janitha Gunatilake, Modeling and Simulation for the Evaluation of the Productivity Index in Stratified Reservoir-Well Systems, Mathematics & Statistics, December 2010.
  5. Lidia Bloshanskaya, Time-Invariant Characteristics of Generalized Forchheimer Flows in Porous Media and Applications, Mathematics & Statistics, December 2010.
  6. Karsli Neslihan, Lubrication as a Dampening Force in the Model fo the Eye Rotatin Under Listing Constraint, Mathematics & Statistics, August 2012.
  7. Sulanie Pereira, Comparison of Optimal and Geometric Control Methods for regulation of distributed parameter systems, Mathematics & Statistics, August 2013.
  8. Thanuka W. Pathiranage, Error Analysis for Harmonic Tracking Algorithm Using Geometric Control, Mathematics & Statistics, December 2013.
  9. Anna Krylova, Modeling and computational study of the impact of the non-linearity of the flow in the fractured porous media, Mathematics & Statistics, December 2014.

Member of Doctoral Committees
  1. Joon-Yeoun Cho, Finite element modeling of martensitic phase transformations, Mechanical Engineering, May 2009.
  2. Gul Bulut, Derivation of SPDE’s for Correlated Random Walk Models and Phylogenetic Trees, Mathematics & Statistics, May 2013.
  3. Indika Wijayasinghe, Eye/head coordination under optimal and potential control, Mathematics & Statistics, August 2013.
  4. Duc Pham, Accurate simulation of elastic and acoustic wave propagation problems using the linear finite elements with reduced dispersion and explicit time-integration method, Mechanical Engineering, December 2013.
  5. Xu Rong, Modelingof SolarEnergy Conversionand Electricity into Hydrogen, Chemical Engineering, June 2014.
  6. Bhagya Athukorallage, Capillarity and elastic membrane theory from an energy point of view, Mathematics & Statistics, August 2014.

Member of Master Committees
  1. Chisum Hu, Derivation of a Stochastic Differential Equation Model for Derivation of a Stochastic Differential Equation Model for Sunspot Activity, Mathematics & Statistics, December 2009.
  2. Glen Dale, Contact Lens Design, Mathematics & Statistics, June 2010.
  3. Thanuja Paragoda, Surfaces of revolution at the intersection between physics and variational calculus, Mathematics & Statistics, June 2014.
  4. Methma Rajamuni, Optimal Control Problems in Human Binocular Vision, Mathematics & Statistics, August 2014.
  5. Sanath Kahagalage, Optimal Eye and Head Movement Control Using Q-Parametrization, Mathematics & Statistics, December 2014.

Others
  1. Currently advising the research of four PhD students: T. Pathiranage, G. Capodaglio, S. Calandrini and P. Paranamana.
  2. Supervisor of the Undergraduate student, Matthew Roth, in the consulting/research project for American Turbine, Data analysis of the hydraulic pump efficiency, Mathematics & Statistics. (September 2008 - April 2009).
  3. Supervisor of the High School student Julia Benson, in the research project, Wave Mitigation with the Use of a Near-Shore Undersea Trench: A Physical and Mathematical Model (May 2009 - September 2009).
  4. Supervisor of PhD Student Simone Bnà, "A MultiLevel Domain Decomposition Solver for Monolithic Fluid-Structure Interaction problems", University of Bologna (September 2012 - June 2014).




III.
RESEARCH
PUBLICATIONS

Book

  1. E. Aulisa and D.S. Gilliam, A Practical Guide to Geometric Regulation for Distributed Parameter Systems, CRC Press, a Taylor & Francis Company, June 2015.

Articles
  1. E. Aulisa, G. Bornia, S. Manservisi, Boundary control problems in convective heat transfer with lifting function approach and multigrid Vanka-type solvers, Communications in Computational Physics (2015).

  2. B. Athukorallage, E. Aulisa, R. Iyer, L. Zhang A Macroscopic Theory for Capillary Pressure Hysteresis, Langmuir; DOI:10.1021/la504495c (2015).

  3. E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov, E.Y. Kaya-Cekin Fluid Structure Interaction Problem with Changing Thickness Beam and Slightly Compressible Fluid, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series S, Vol. 7(6) (2014), pp. 1133-1148.

  4. E. Aulisa, L. Bloshanskaya, Y. Efendiev, A. Ibragimov Upscaling of Forchheimer Flows, Advances in Water Resources, Vol. 70 (2014), pp. 77-88.

  5. E. Aulisa, S.R.J. Jang, Continuous-time predator-prey systems with Allee effects in the prey, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Vol. 105 (2014), pp. 1-16.

  6. I.B. Wijayasinghe, E. Aulisa, U. Bittner, B.K. Ghosh, S. Glasauer, O. Kremmyda, Potential and Optimal Target Fixating Control of the Human Head/Eye Complex, Control Systems Technology, IEEE Transactions on, Vol. PrePrint (99) (2014).

  7. E. Aulisa, D. Gilliam. A Numerical Algorithm for Set-Point Regulation of Non-Linear Parabolic Control Systems. International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling, Vol. 11(1) (2014), pp. 54-88.

  8. M. Toda, E. Aulisa, Z. Kose. Constructing isothermal curvature line coordinates on surfaces which admit them. Central European Journal of Mathematics (CEJM), Vol. 26 (2013), pp.1-20.

  9. E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov, E. Kaya. Stability Analysis of Non-linear Plates Coupled with Darcy Flows. Evolution Equations and Control Theory (EECT), Vol. 2(2) (2013), pp. 193-232.

  10. E. Aulisa, L. Bloshanskaya, A. Ibragimov. Time asymptotic of non-Darcy flows controlled by total flux on the boundary. PMA (Problems in Mathematical Analysis) and JMS(N.Y)(Journal of Mathematical Science, New York, Springer, Vol. 184(4) (2012), pp. 399-430.

  11. E. Aulisa, E. Kaya, A. Ibragimov, P. Seshaiyer. Stability analysis of inhomogeneous equilibrium for axially and transversely excited nonlinear beam. Communication in Pure and Applied Analysis, Vol. 10(5) (2011), pp. 1447-1462.

  12. Z. Kose, M. Toda, E. Aulisa. Solving Bonnet Problems to Construct Families of Surfaces. Differential Geometry and Dynamical Systems, Vol. 16(2) (2011), pp. 70-80.

  13. E. Aulisa, L. Bloshanskaya, A. Ibragimov, Long-term Dynamics for Well Productivity Index for Nonlinear Flows in Porous Media. Journal of Mathematical Physics, Vol. 52 (on-line, 2011).

  14. E. Aulisa, P. Seshaiyer, S. Manservisi, A. Idesman. Distributed computational method for coupled fluid structure thermal interaction applications. Journal of Algorithms & Computational Technology, Vol. 4(3) (2010), pp. 291-310.

  15. E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov, M. Toda. Geometric Framework for Modeling Nonlinear Flows in Porous Media, and Its Applications in Engineering. Journal of Non-linear Analysis - Real Word Application, Vol. 11(3) (2010), pp. 1734-1751.

  16. E. Aulisa, L. Bloshanskaya, L. Hoang, A. Ibragimov. Analysis of Generalized Forchheimer Flows of Compressible Fluids in Porous Media. Journal of Mathematical Physics, Vol. 50(10) (2009), (Online) pp. 44.

  17. E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov, J.R. Walton. A new method of evaluating the productivity index for non-linear flows. SPE Journal, SPE-108984-PA (2009).

  18. E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov, P.P. Valko, J.R. Walton. Mathematical Framework of the Well Productivity Index for fast Forchheimer (Non-Darcy) Flows in Porous Media. Journal of Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences (M3AS), Vol. 19(8) (2009), pp. 1241-1275.

  19. E. Aulisa, A. Cervone, S. Manservisi, P. Seshaiyer. A Multilevel Domain Decomposition Approach for Studying Coupled Flow Application. Communications in Computational Physics, Vol. 6 (2009), pp. 319-341.

  20. E. Kaya, E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov, P. Seshaiyer. A stability estimate for fluid structure interaction problem with non-linear beam. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical System DCDS (Supplement 2009), pp.424-432.

  21. A. Idesman, H. Samajder, E. Aulisa, P. Seshaiyer. Benchmark problems for wave propagation in elastic materials. Computational Mechanics, Vol. 43 (2009), pp. 797-814.

  22. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, P. Seshaiyer. A multilevel domain decomposition approach to solving coupled applications in computational fluid dynamics. Int. J. Numeric. Meth. Fluids Vol. 56(8) (2008), pp. 1139-1145.

  23. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, R. Scardovelli, S. Zaleski. Interface reconstruction with least-squares fit and split advection in three dimensional Cartesian geometry. Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 225(2), pp. 2301-2319 (2007).

  24. E. Aulisa, A. Cakmak, A. Ibragimov, A. Solynin. Variational Principle and Steady State Invariants for Non-Linear Hydrodynamic Interactions in Porous Media. Dynamics of Continuous, Discrete and Impulsive Systems, A Supplement, Advances in Dynamical Systems, Vol. 14(S2), pp. 148-155 (2007).

  25. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, R. Scardovelli. A novel representation of the surface tension force for two-phase flows with reduced spurious current. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 195-44/47 (2006), pp. 6239-6257.

  26. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi P. Seshaiyer. A computational multilevel approach for solving 2D Navier-Stokes equations over non-matching grids. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 195-33/36 (2006), pp.4604-4616.

  27. F. Aubert, E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, R. Scardovelli. Interface tracking with dynamically-redistributed surface markers in unstructured quadrangular grids. Computers & Fluids, Vol. 35-10 (2006), pp. 1332-1343.

  28. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, P. Seshaiyer. A non-conforming computational methodology for modeling coupled problems. Nonlinear Analysis, Vol. 63-5/7 (2005), pp. 555-584.

  29. E. Aulisa, A. Barletta, M. Gallipoli, A. Terenzi, E. Zanchini. CFD Analysis and Overheating Control of a Turbine. International Journal of Thermal Sciences, Vol. 43 (2004), pp. 1119-1124.

  30. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, R. Scardovelli. A surface marker algorithm coupled to an area-preserving marker redistribution method for three-dimensional interface tracking. Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 197-2 (2004), pp. 555-584.

  31. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, R. Scardovelli, S. Zaleski. Geometrical area-preserving Volume-of-Fluid advection method. Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 192-1 (2003), pp 355-364.

  32. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, R. Scardovelli. A mixed marker and volume-of-fluid method for the reconstruction and advection of interfaces in two-phase and free-boundary flows. Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 188-2 (2003), pp 611-639.

Book Chapters
  1. E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov, M. Toda. Geometric Methods in the analysis of non-linear flows in porous media. Contemporary Mathematics, Spectral Theory and Geometric Analysis, pp. 27-42 (2011).

  2. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi. A multigrid approach to the optimal velocity tracking problem for Navier-Stokes flows. Robust Optimization-Directed Design, Non-convex Optimization and Its Applications, Springer, New York, Vol. 81 (2006), pp. 5-26.

  3. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, V. Marra, R. Scardovelli. A FEM Navier-Stokes solver coupled to a front tracking algorithm for two-phase flows. Computational fluid and solid mechanics (2005), Elsevier, pp.751-754.

Proceedings (refereed)

  1. M. Rajamuni, E. Aulisa, B. Ghosh, Optimal Control Problems in Binocular Vision, Proceedings of the 19th IFAC World Congress, 2014. Cape Town, South Africa, Vol. 19 (1), pp.5283-5289 (DOI 10.3182/20140824-6-ZA-1003.02644).

  2. S. Kahagalage, E. Aulisa, B. Ghosh, Optimal Eye and Head Movement Control Using Q-Parametrization, Proceedings of the 19th IFAC World Congress, 2014. Cape Town, South Africa, Vol. 19 (1), pp.5290-5295, (DOI, 10.3182/20140824-6-ZA-1003.02650).

  3. S. Bnà, S. Manservisi, E. Aulisa, A multilevel domain decomposition solver for monolithic fluid-structure interaction problems, 11th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics 2013: ICNAAM 2013. AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1558. AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 1558(1), pp. 871-874 (2013).

  4. E. Aulisa, J. Burns, D.S. Gilliam, (2012). An example of thermal regulation of a two dimensional non-isothermal incompressible flow (pp. 1578-1583). Proceedings 51st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control.

  5. E. Kaya, E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov and P. Seshaiyer. Fluid structure interaction problem with changing thickness non-linear beam. Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations, DCDS Supplement 2011, Proceedings of the 8th AIMS International Conference (Dresden , Germany).

  6. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, P. Seshaiyer. A Computational Domain Decomposition Approach for solving Coupled Flow-Structure-Thermal Interaction Problems. Seventh Mississippi State-UAB Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations. Electron. J.Diff. Eqns., Conference 17 (2009), pp. 13-31.

  7. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, P. Seshaiyer. A Multilevel Domain Decomposition Methodology for Solving Coupled Problems in Fluid-Structure-Thermal Interaction. Proceedings of ECCM 2006, Lisbon, Portugal (2006).

  8. L. Ferguson, E. Aulisa, P. Seshaiyer. Computational modeling of highly flexible membrane wings in micro air vehicles. Proceedings of the 47th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference Newport, RI (2006).

  9. E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov, P. Valko, J. Walton. COMSOL Multi-physics machinery as a tool for developing an analytical method for computation of the productivity index of the well for high velocity non-Darcy flow. Proceedings of COMSOL Users Conference 2006, Boston (2006).

  10. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, V. Marra, R. Scardovelli. Front tracking with an area-preserving marker redistribution algorithm: kinematic and dynamic tests. Proceedings of ECCOMAS 2004, Computational Methods, Jyvaskyla, Finland (2004).

  11. F. Aubert, E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, V. Marra, R. Scardovelli. A coupled marker and local area conservation method for interface tracking. MACSI-net Workshop, Industrial challenges in the numerical simulation of evolving interfaces, Brussels, Belgium (2003).

  12. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, R. Scardovelli. Three-dimensional reconstruction for incompressible and compressible two-phase flow. Proceedings of the 21th UIT National Heat Transfer Conference, Udine, Italy (2003).

  13. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, V. Marra, R. Scardovelli. A mixed markers-vof method for two-phase flow with interfaces. Proceedings of 2002 ASME Fluids Engineering Division, Summer Meeting (FEDSM'02), Montreal, Canada (2002).

  14. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, V. Marra, R. Scardovelli, A. Terenzi. Application of CFD methods to the study of phase distribution at an impacting T. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Multiphase Flow in Industrial Plants, Alba, Cuneo, Italy (2002).

  15. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, V. Marra, R. Scardovelli, A. Terenzi. Determination of phase and pressure distribution in pipeline systems by CFD Modeling and Simulation. Proceedings of the 8th Int. Conference on Multiphase Flow in Industrial Plants, Alba, Cuneo, Italy (2002).

  16. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, R. Tomassini, R. Scardovelli. Tecniche per la ricostruzione di interfacce con porzioni di superfici piane. Proceedings of the 19th UIT National Heat Transfer Conference, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Modena, Italy (2001).

Non Peer-Reviewed Publications
  1. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, V. Marra, R. Scardovelli. Modeling two-phase flow with a FEM method and a new hybrid marker-VOF algorithm. Proceedings of Workshop 2003, Montecuccolino Laboratory, Bologna, Italy (2003).

  2. E. Aulisa, S. Manservisi, V. Marra, R. Scardovelli. Numerical investigation and design of phase and pressure distributions in pipeline systems with CFD-VOF methods. Proceedings of Workshop 2003, Montecuccolino Laboratory, Bologna, Italy (2003).

FUNDING

External Funding
  1. NSF-DMS:1412796: Nonlinear Couplings for Flows in Fractured Porous Media: Analysis and Numerical Algorithms, E. Aulisa (CoPI), G. Bornia(CoPI), L. Hoang (CoPI) A. Ibragimov (PI) and M. Toda (CoPI). Requested: $318,322, Obtained $290,001, Period: 2014-2017.

  2. NSF-DMS 0908177: Analysis of Non-Linear Flows in Heterogeneous Porous Media and Applications, E. Aulisa (CoPI), L. Hoang (CoPI) A. Ibragimov (PI) and M. Toda (CoPI). Applied Mathematics, National Science Foundation. Requested: $350,000, Obtained $221,626, Period: 2009-2013.

  3. NSF-DMS 0931596: Mini-Symposium on Nonlinear Analysis, PDE, and Applications. E. Aulisa (CoPI), L. Hoang (PI) and R. Kirby (CoPI). Applied Mathematics, National Science Foundation. Requested: $15,000, Obtained $15,000, Period: 2009-2010.

  4. ARP 021244C399: Multidisciplinary Research Program in Computation and Control of Biological Systems. E. Aulisa (PI) and A. Idesman (CoPI). Advanced Research Program-Mathematics, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Requested: $100,000, Obtained $79,000, Period: 2006-2009.

  5. NSF-DMS 0813825: Mathematical and Computational Modeling of Fluid-Structure-Control Interactions with Multidisciplinary Applications in Science and Engineering. E. Aulisa (Senior Personnel) and P. Seshaiyer (PI). Computational Mathematics, National Science Foundation Requested: $108,152, Obtained $108,152, Period: 2007-2009. E. Aulisa (PI) of the NSF subcontract from George Mason University Requested: $19,817, Obtained $19,817, Period: 2007-2009.

  6. NSF-DMS 0610026: Mathematical and Computational Modeling of Fluid-Structure-Control Interactions with Multidisciplinary Applications in Science and Engineering, E. Aulisa (Senior Personnel), S. Manservisi (CoPI) and P. Seshaiyer (PI). Computational Mathematics, National Science Foundation ($92,312). Requested: $125,000, Obtained $92,312, Period: 2006-2007.

Consulting/Research project
Data analysis of hydraulic pump efficiency, American Turbine, Lubbock TX. E. Aulisa (PI). Requested: $7,000, Obtained $7,000, Period: 2008-2009.

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Conference presentations

  1. International Conference on Spectral and High Order Methods (ICOSAHOM), A hierarchical basis multigrid method with domain decomposition smoothing for p-type finite element methods. E. Aulisa, J. Gunatilake$ ^*$ . Salt Lake City UT, USA. June 24, 2014.

  2. Joint Mathematics Meetings 2014, A multilevel domain decomposition algorithm using the hierarchical element structure. E. Aulisa, J. Gunatilake$ ^*$ . Baltimore MD, USA, January 15, 2014.

  3. SIAM Conference on Mathematical & Computational Issues in the Geosciences, Upscaling of Fine Scale Geological Models for Non-Linear Flow Simulations, E. Aulisa$ ^*$ , L. Bloshanskaya, Y. Efendiev, A. Ibragimov, SIAM, Padova, Italy, June 16, 2013.

  4. MAA Sectional Meeting 2013, Comparison of Optimal and Geometric Control Methods for regulation of distributed parameter systems, E. Aulisa, D. Gilliam, S. Perera$ ^*$ , The 93rd Texas MAA, Lubbock TX, USA, April 2013.

  5. AMS Sectional Meeting 2013 at Montana State University, Bozeman, Geometric Theory of Output Regulation: Solving the Regulator Equations, E. Aulisa, D. Gilliam, S. Perera$ ^*$ , Department of Mathematics, Montana State University, March 21, 2013.

  6. Joint Mathematics Meeting 2013, Time Asymptotics Of Non-Darcy Flows Controlled By Total Flux On The Boundary, L. Bloshanskaya$ ^*$ , E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov, L. Hoang, San Diego, CA, USA, January 11, 2013.

  7. Fall Western Sectional Meeting, Up-scaling method for Forchheimer flow of the compressible and incompressible fluid in heterogeneous porous media., E. Aulisa, L. Bloshanskaya $ ^*$ , A. Ibragimov, Y. Efendiev, ANS, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ October 27-28, 2012, October 2012.

  8. SIAM Conference on Mathematical & Computational Issues in the Geosciences, GS11. Upscaling of Fine Scale Geological Models for Non-Linear Flow Simulations E. Aulisa$ ^*$ , A. Ibragimov, Long Beach, CA, March 21-24, 2011.

  9. SIAM Conference on Mathematical & Computational Issues in the Geosciences, GS11. Modeling of Well Productivity Index for Nonlinear Flows and Applications in Reservoir Engineering L. Bloshanskaya$ ^*$ , E. Aulisa, Long Beach, CA, March 21-24, 2011.

  10. InterPore 2010 Conference and Annual Meeting. New methods for modeling productivity index of the well for generalized Forchheimer flows in porous media. Texas A &M University, College Station, TX, March 15, 2010. E. Aulisa, L. Bloshanskaya*, A. Ibragimov, L. Hoang.

  11. The International Conference of Differential Geometry and Dynamical Systems (DGDS-2010). Bonnet problems via Cartan moving frames. University Politehnica of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania, August 25, 2010. E. Aulisa, M. Toda, Z. Kose*.

  12. 2010 Fall Western Section Meeting. Dynamics and stability of the non-linear model for fluid coupling with 1-D beam of changing thickness and 2-D plate. AMS, Los Angeles, CA. October 10, 2010. E. Aulisa, A. Ibragimov, E. Kaya*.

  13. 2010 Fall Western Section Meeting, UCLA Special Session on Nonlinear Phenomena: Applications of PDEs to Fluid Flows., Longterm Dynamics for Well Productivity Index for Nonlinear Flows in Porous Media. UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, October 10, 2010. E. Aulisa, L. Bloshanskaya*.

  14. SIAM Conference on Mathematics for Industry: Challenges and Frontiers (MI09). Large Mathematical model of well productivity index for generalized Forchheimer flows and application. San Francisco, CA, October 2009. E. Aulisa, L. Bloshanskaya*, L. Hoang, A. Ibragimov.

  15. Seventh AIMS International Conference on Dynamical Systems. Non-linear Flows and Steady State Invariants in Porous media. A rlington, Texas May, 2008. E. Aulisa, A. Cakmak*, A. Ibragimov.

  16. Seventh AIMS International Conference on Dynamical Systems. A Stability Estimate for Fluid Structure Interaction Problem with Non-Linear Beam. Arlington, TX, May 2008. E. Aulisa, Y. Kaya*, A. Ibragimov.

  17. SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. A new method of evaluating the productivity index for non-linear flows. Anaheim, California, November 11-14, 2007. E. Aulisa*, A. Ibragimov, P. Valko, J. Walton.

  18. ECCM 2006, A Multilevel Domain Decomposition Methodology for Solving Coupled Problems in Fluid-Structure-Thermal Interaction. Lisbon, Portugal, June 2006. E. Aulisa*, S. Manservisi, P. Seshaiyer.

Invited talk

  1. Modeling two-phase flows with a FEM solver of the Navier-Stokes equations, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas A&M University April 2006, E. Aulisa*.

  2. Non-linear Flows in porous media and application to multi-phase filtration, ICES, University of Texas, Austin, March 2008. E. Aulisa*.

Colloquia

  1. Non-linear Problems in Hydrodynamics and Applications. Texas Tech University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, E. Aulisa$ ^*$ , September 2011.

  2. A Multilevel Domain Decomposition Methodology for Solving Coupled Problems. Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University, E. Aulisa$ ^*$ , February 2007.




IV.
SERVICE

Conference and workshop organized

  1. Organizer of the 2013 Red Rider Mini-Symposium: Aspects of Fluid Dynamics, The 13th Annual Red Raider Mini-Symposium, Texas Tech University, October 25-26, 2013.

  2. Organizer of the Mini-symposium Dynamics of Non-linear Flows in Porous Media: Analysis and Applications, GEO-SIAM 2013, Padova, Italy, June 2013.

  3. Organizer of the 2009 Red Rider Mini-Symposium: Non-linear analysis, PDEs and applications. The 9th Annual Red Raider Mini-Symposium, October 29-31, 2009.

  4. Organizer of the Mini-symposium Domain Decomposition Techniques for Coupled Problems in Science and Engineering. 9th US National congress on Computational Mechanics, San Francisco, CA, July 23-26, 2007.

Review and Editorship
  1. Served as a referee for the Journal of Biological Dynamics, the International Journal of Advances in Engineering Software, the Journal of Computational Physics, the Journal of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering (JCMSE), the conference Proceedings of 21st International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems (2014), the AIP-conference Proceedings of the International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics 2013 (ICNAAM 2013), the conference Proceedings of the 8th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, AIMS (2010 - 2011).
  2. Served as a member of the Editorial Board for the Conference Proceedings, Civil-Comp Press, PARENG 2015, the Conference Proceedings, Civil-Comp Press, PARENG 2011, the First International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Grid Computing for Engineering, Pecs, Hungary, April 2009.

University Service
Served as Hiring Committee Modeling and Computation sub-committee Chair, Dep. Mat.&Stat. TTU (2014 - 2015), Executive Committee Member, Dep. Mat.&Stat. TTU (2012-2014), Graduate Committee Member, Dep. Mat.&Stat. TTU (2012-2014), Emmy Noether day Committee Member, Dep. Mat.&Stat. TTU (2007-2015), Departmental Tenure & Promotion Policy Review Committee Chair, Dep. Mat.&Stat. TTU (2013), Hiring Committee Numerical Analysis sub-committee Member, Dep. Mat.&Stat. TTU (2012 - 2013), Calculus III Syllabus/Curriculum Review Committee Member, Dep. Mat.&Stat. TTU (2009-2010), Numerical Analysis Preliminary Exam committee Member, Dep. Mat.&Stat. TTU (2007-2009, 2013), SIAM Chapter Advisor, Dep. Mat.&Stat, TTU (2007-2009), Faculty Mentor for visiting and assistant professors, Dep. Mat.&Stat, TTU (2012-2015), Faculty Mentor for SPMS undergraduate students, Dep. Mat.&Stat, TTU (2008-2011), Departmental Fall Party Host and Event Organizer, Dep. Mat.&Stat, TTU (2009 - 2014).