James Chen

James Chen

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

325 Jarvis

716-645-2262

chenjm@buffalo.edu

Education

Ph.D., Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, The George Washington University, 2011

Research Interests

Fundamental theories and numerical simulation for different physical problems across multiple spatial and temporal scales. Turbulence; Triboelectricity; Atomistic Simulation; Continuum Mechanics; Applied Mathematics; Multiscale Simulation

Selected Publications

  • M. I. Cheikh, L. B. Wonnell, James Chen, “A Morphing Continuum Analysis of Energy Transfer in Com- pressible Turbulence,” Physical Review Fluids, 3, 024604, 2018.​
  • James Chen,“Morphing Continuum Theory for Turbulence: Theory, Computation and Visualization,” Phys- ical Review E, 96, 043108, 2017​
  • James Chen, “An Advanced Theory for Morphing Continuum with Inner Structures,” Reports on Mathe- matical Physics, 80, 317-332,2017​
  • L. B. Wonnell, and James Chen, “Morphing Continuum Description for Boundary Layer Transition and Turbulence,” Journal of Fluids Engineering, 139, 011205, 2017​
  • L. Chen, James Chen, R. Lebensohn, Y. Ji, T. Heo, S. Bhattacharya, S. Mathaudhu, Z. Liu and L.-Q. Chen, “An integrated FFT-based phase-field and crystal plasticity approach for modeling static recrystallization of 3-D polycrystals,” Computer Method in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 285, 829-848, 2015​