Bernardo Cockburn

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Ph.D. The University of Chicago 1986 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Quasi-Monotone Numerical Schemes for Scalar Conservation Laws

Advisor: Jim Douglas, Jr.

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Sun, MinUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis19882
Hou, SuchungUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1991
Triandaf, IoanaUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1991
Gau, HuiingUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis1995
Etcheverry, JavierUniversidad de Buenos Aires2000
Yang, XiangrongUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2000
Albert, SamuelUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2001
Castillo, PaulUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2001
Ortigoza Capetillo, GerardoUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2003
Celiker, FatihUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis20052
Chen, Min-HungUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2005
Yenikaya, BayramUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2005
Guzey, SukruUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis20061
Chen, YanlaiUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis20072
Dong, BoUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2007
Gupta, DeepaUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2007
Wang, HaiyingUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2007
Soon, SeeChewUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2008
Ichikawa, RyuheiUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2010
Merev, IvanUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2010
Solano, ManuelUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis20112
Shi, KeUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2012
Zhang, WujunUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2012
Fu, GuoshengUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2016
Nour, MaherKing Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals2016
Shen, JiguangUniversity of Minnesota-Minneapolis2017

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