Annual General Meeting (AGM)-2023, 27 Oct'23
List of Publications
(Expatriate Fellow, )
Saleh A. Tanveer was born on 8 February, 1956, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Parents name: Late Mr. G.G. Chowdhury and Mrs. Sarah Chowdhury.
He passed SSC, HSC from Mirzapur Cadet College. BA, Pomona College, Double Major in Math and Physics, 1979. MA, Claremont Graduate School, Mathematics, 1979. MS, Civil Engineering, Caltech, 1982. Ph.D, Applied Math, Caltech, 1984.
He was post Doctoral Research Fellow, Applied Math, Caltech, Oct,’83-Aug,’84. Assistant Professor, Mathematics, Virginia Tech, 1984-89. Visiting Fellow, Caltech, Jan,’86-Sep’87. Associate Professor, Mathematics, Ohio State University, ’89-’95. Professor, Mathematics, Ohio State University, ’95-present. Visiting Professor, Mathematics, University of Chicago, ’96-’97. Vice Chair of Mathematics, Ohio State University, ’02-’05. Visiting Fellow, Institute for Mathematics and Applications, Imperial College, ’05-’06. Simons Fellow, INI program in Complex Variables, Cambridge University, UK, Fall, ’19. Short term positions: Ecole Normale Superieur, France in ’92, U. Illinios (Chicago), ’13, University of Chicago, ’14, Imperial College, ’14, Newton Institute, Cambridge in ’95, ‘98, ‘19, ‘21
His field of specialization and research is Complex variable, asymptotics and PDEs with applications to Fluids, Quantum Mechanics and other areas of physics.
He received Francois Frenkel Award, American Physical Society, Division of Fluid Dynamics, 1987. He was named a Simons Fellow, Isaac Newton Institute Program on Complex Variables, Cambridge, UK, Fall ’19.
His research has been consistently supported by US Federal agencies from 1987 onwards. Dr. Tanveer was a guest Editor of Journal of Fluid Mechanics, V. 409, 2000 and a co-editor of a conference on Asymptotics beyond all orders.
Some of his recent publications (Google Scholar Citations: 2576) are:
Nonlinear two-point boundary value problems: applications to a cholera epidemic model (with A. Chowdhury, X. Wang), Proceedings Royal Society London A. (2020)
Analysis and computations of a non-local thin-film model for two-fluid shear driven flows (with D.T. Papageorgiou), Proceedings Royal Society London A. (2019)
Proof of the Dubrovin conjecture and analysis of the tritronqu'ee solutions of P_1 (with O. Costin, M. Huang), Duke Journal of Mathematics, V 163 (4), pp 665-704 (2014)
Global existence for a translating near-circular Hele-Shaw bubble with surface tension (with J. Ye), SIAM. J. Math. Anal 43, pp 457-506 (2011)
Ionization of Coulomb Systems in R^3 by time periodic forcings of arbitrary size (with O. Costin and J.L. Lebowitz), Comm. Math Physics, 296 (3), pp 681-738 (2010)
He visited UK, Canada, Germany, France, Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Greece, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic, Japan, Australia, Mexico, Brazil, Nigeria, UAE, India, Thailand abd Singapore.
Address: Math Department, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 0H 43210, USA. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.