Portrait of Ali Nadim

Ali Nadim is the Professor and Joseph H. Pengilly Chair in Mathematics at Claremont Graduate University. His research areas include fluid dynamics, mathematical modeling, and scientific computing.

Nadim became an assistant professor of applied mathematics at MIT after earning his PhD in Chemical Engineering there in 1986. From 1991 to 2001, he was associate professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering in Boston University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering. Nadim came to The Claremont Colleges in 2001, serving as both a professor of bioengineering at Keck Graduate Institute and professor of applied mathematics at CGU.

V. Chickarmane, A. Ray, H. M. Sauro and A. Nadim, “A Model for p53 Dynamics Triggered by DNA Damage,” SIAM J. Appl. Dyn. Syst., 6, 61–78 (2007).

Y. Daneshbod, J. D. Sterling, A. Nadim, “Moment Analysis of Near-Equilibrium Binding Interactions during Electrophoresis,” Phys. Rev. E, 76, 051922, 13 pages (2007).

A. A. Harkin, T. J. Kaper and A. Nadim, “Energy Transfer between the Shape and Volume Modes of a Nonspherical Gas Bubble.” Phys. Fluids, 25, 062101, 11 pages (2013).

S. Xu and A. Nadim, “Three Models for Rectilinear Particle Motion with the Basset History Force,” Electronic Journal of Differential Equations, 2015, No. 104, 1–19 (2015).

D. Kang, A. Nadim, M. Chugunova, “Dynamics and Equilibria of Thin Viscous Coating Films on a Rotating Sphere,” J. Fluid Mech., 791, 495–518 (2016).

S. Xu and A. Nadim, “Oscillatory Counter-Centrifugation,” Physics of Fluids, 28, 021302, 20 pages (2016).

Methods of Applied Math
Numerical Methods for Differential Equations
Numerical Methods for Matrix Computations
Fluid Dynamics
Perturbation & Asymptotic Methods
Continuous Modeling