Prof. Jonathan WYLIE

PhD – King's College, University of Cambridge, UK

Professor

Dr Jonathan WYLIE

Contact Information

Office: Y6508 Academic 1
Phone: +852 3442-7983
Fax: +852 3442-0250
Email: mawylie@cityu.edu.hk

Research Interests

  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Granular Materials
  • Suspension Mechanics
  • Mathematical Modelling of Geophysical Systems

Prof. Jonathan J. Wylie's research is focused on fluid mechanics, granular materials and other industrially motivated problems. He obtained his PhD and was subsequently awarded a Junior Research Fellowship from King's College, Cambridge. He is the author of a number of research papers and has publications in "Science" and "Physical Review Letters". He is an associate editor of "Mathematics-in-Industry: Case Studies" which is a new journal launched by the Fields Institute, Canada. He was a member of the organising committee for the "International Conference on Applied Mathematics: Modeling, Analysis and Computations" in CityU (2008) and is also a member of the organising committee for the upcoming "Third workshop on Industrial Applications" in CityU (2009).

Selected Publications

  • X.-S.Wang, D. He, J. J. Wylie & H. Huang “Singular Perturbation Solutions of Steady-state Poisson-Nernst-Planck Systems”
    Physical Review E 89, 022722 (2014).
  • R. M. Miura, H. Huang & J. J. Wylie “Mathematical Approaches to Modeling of Cortical Spreading Depression”
    Chaos 23, 046103 (2013).
  • J. C. Chang, K. C. Brennan, D. He, H. Huang, R. M. Miura, P. L. Wilson & J.J.Wylie “A Mathematical Model of the Metabolic and Perfusion Effects on Cortical Spreading Depression”
    PLOS One 8(8), e70469 (2013).
  • J. J. Wylie, R. Yang & Q. Zhang “Periodic orbits of inelastic particles on a ring”
    Physical Review E 86, 026601 (2012).
  • J. J. Wylie, H. Huang & R. M. Miura “Stretching of viscous threads at low Reynolds numbers”
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics 683, 212 (2011).
  • Q. Zhang, Y. Fang & J. J. Wylie “Critical role of friction for a single particle falling through a funnel”
    Physical Review E 83, 051303 (2011).
  • H. Huang, J. J. Wylie & R. M. Miura “Diffusion in a Cellular Medium: A (1+1)-Dimensional Model”
    Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 73, 1682 (2011).
  • Y. H. Deng, J. J. Wylie & Q. Zhang "Deflection of a dilute stream of particles"
    Physical Review E 82, 011307 (2010).
  • R. Yang & J. J. Wylie "Degenerate orbit transitions in a one-dimensional inelastic particle system"
    Physical Review E 82, 011302 (2010).
  • J. J. Wylie, Q. Zhang & T. K. Siu "Can Expected Shortfall and Value-at-Risk be used to statically hedge options?"
    Quantitative Finance (2009).
  • J. J. Wylie, Q. Zhang, Y. Li & H. Y. Xu "Driven Inelastic Particle Systems with Drag"
    Physical Review E 79, 031301 (2009).
  • H. Huang, R. M. Miura & J. J. Wylie "Dopant diffusion during optical fiber drawing"
    SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 69, 330 (2008).
  • Y. Fang, M. Gao, J. J. Wylie & Q. Zhang "Anomalous behavior of a single particle falling through a funnel"
    Physical Review E 77, 041302 (2008).
  • J. J. Wylie, Q. Zhang, H. Y. Xu & X. X. Sun "Drag-induced Particle Segregation with Vibrating Boundaries"
    Europhysics Letters 81, 54001 (2008).
  • J. J. Wylie & H. Huang "Extensional flows with viscous heating"
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics 571, 359 (2007).
  • H. Huang, J. J. Wylie, R. M. Miura & P. D. Howell "On the Formation of Glass Microelectrodes"
    SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 67, 630(2007).
  • S. Ben Hariz, J. J. Wylie & Q. Zhang "Optimal rate of convergence for nonparametric change-point estimators for non-stationary sequences"
    Annals of Statistics 35, 1802 (2007).
  • J. J. Wylie, H. Huang & R. M. Miura "Thermal Instability in drawing viscous threads"
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics 570, 1 (2007).
  • J. J. Wylie, Q. Zhang & X. X. Sun "Anomalous Ritchmyer-Meshkov Fingering in Dissipative Particle Systems"
    Physical Review Letters 97, 104501 (2006).
  • J. J. Wylie & Q. Zhang "Collapse of periodic orbits in an inelastic one-dimensional particle system"
    Physical Review E 74, 011305 (2006).
  • J. J. Wylie & R. M. Miura "Traveling Waves in Coupled Reaction-Diffusion Models with Degenerate Sources"
    Physical Review E 74, 021909 (2006).
  • J. J. Wylie, D. L. Koch & A. J. C. Ladd "Rheology of Suspensions with high Particle Inertia and moderate fluid inertia"
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics 480, 95 (2003).
  • J. J. Wylie, B. Voight & J. A. Whitehead "Instability of magma flow with volatile-dependent viscosity"
    Science 285, 1883 (1999).
  • J. J. Wylie & D. L. Koch "Particle clustering due to hydrodynamic interactions"
    Physics of Fluids 12, 964 (1999).
  • J. J. Wylie & J. R. Lister "Stability of straining flow with surface cooling and temperature-dependent viscosity"
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics 365, 369 (1998).
  • J. J. Wylie, K. Helfrich, B. Dade, J. R. Lister & J. Salzig "Focussed flow in fissure eruptions"
    Bulletin of Volcanology 60, 432 (1998).
  • J. J. Wylie & J. R. Lister "The effects of temperature-dependent viscosity on a flow in a cooled channel"
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics 305, 239 (1995).