About Me


Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, Brown University, 2014

Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah, 2010

M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics, Brown University, 2012

M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Tehran Polytechnic, Iran, 2006

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor, Michigan State University, 2015-

Research Interests

Mohsen Zayernouri is the director of the Fractional Mathematics for Anomalous Transport and Hydromechanics (FMATH) group. The overarching theme of research in FMATH is to bring to bear advanced computational tools from applied mathematics and data sciences to develop multi-fidelity and predictive simulation tools for challenging engineering problems, including: stochastic Lévy processes in turbulent flows, shock and interface problems in reacting and multi-phase flows, anomalous transport in porous and disordered materials, sub-/super-diffusion processes in the human brain, and complex bio-materials and tissue engineering. 

- Computational fluid dynamics

- Numerical analysis (FEM, spectral & spectral element methods)

- Stochastic modeling and uncertainty quantification

- Nonlocal continuum mechanics for anomalous transport

- High performance computing