# Y. S. Bhat, Ph.D.

Instructor in Applied Mathematics

Dept. of Applied
Mathematics

University of
Colorado at Boulder

Engineering Center, ECOT 338

Boulder, CO 80309-0526

My email: `sujeet.bhat@colorado.edu`

## Research

My research interests lie in partial differential equations and
numerical analysis, including multiscale analysis and homogenization
theory. I also do work in graph theory as applied
to data mining and pattern recognition.

(with S.
Moskow) *Linearization of a nonlinear periodic
boundary
condition related to corrosion modeling*, J. Comput. Math., 25
(2007), no.6, pp.645--660.

(with D. G.
Arnold) *Diffusion
maps and radar data analysis*, Algorithms for Synthetic Aperture
Radar Imagery XIV, edited by Edmund G. Zelnio, Frederick D. Garber, Proc.
of SPIE, Vol. 6568, (2007), 6568OX.

(with S.
Moskow) *Homogenization of a
nonlinear elliptic boundary value problem modeling galvanic
currents*, Multiscale Model. Simul., 5 (2006), no.1, pp.149--169.

*Homogenization of a nonlinear elliptic
boundary value problem modeling galvanic interactions on a heterogeneous
surface*, Multiscale Optimization Methods and Applications,
Springer, New York, (2006), pp.263--270.

### Links:

University of
Colorado at Boulder Applied Math Dept.

Institute for Mathematics
and Its
Applications (IMA)

Air Force Research
Laboratory

The University of
Florida Math Dept.

The University of
Texas at Dallas Math Dept.

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