I, Pejman Sanaei (my CV), am an Assistant
Professor in the Department of Mathematics at New York
Institute of Technology. Prior to that, I was (2017-2019) a Courant instructor at
the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (CIMS),
New York University (NYU) and working on mathematical modeling and simulation
in the Applied Math Lab (AML) and
Research and Training Group in Mathematical Modeling and Simulation at CIMS. I did my Ph.D.
(August 2017), in applied mathematics from the Department of Mathematical
Sciences (DMS) at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) at
Complex Flows and Soft Matter Group under the supervision of my Ph.D.
academic advisor Professor Linda Cummings. I have an
undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering (fluid mechanics) and a masters degree in pure mathematics, both
completed before I began my Ph.D. studies at NJIT. During my Ph.D. studies I also completed a masters degree in
applied statistics, awarded in December 2016. I have expertise in deterministic and stochastic approaches to
mathematical modeling, fluid mechanics, fluid structure interaction, tissue engineering, applications of
mathematics to industry and in particular my dissertation topic is mathematical modeling of membrane filtration.
New York Institute of Technology,
16 West 61st Street, Room 715,
New York, New York 10023-7692, USA