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Hamza Ruzayqat

Graduate Student


  • Computational and Applied Mathematics
    • Kinetic Monte Carlo (KMC) Simulation. Specifically Off-Lattice KMC
    • Saddle Points Searching Methods
    • Numerical Solutions to ODEs and PDEs
  • Partial Differential Equations
    • Existence and Uniqueness of Solutions

Short Bio

My current research focuses on developing new and robust methods for atomic simulation. Mainly, I work on rejection off-lattice kinetic Monte Carlo method.

Furthermore, I am committed to being an effective, engaging teacher. While at UTK, I taught different courses, including calculus (I and II), college algebra and basic calculus.


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