DR. NAHIA MOURAD

Assistant Professor, College of Computer Information Technology

Area of Research interest

  1. Applied Mathematics on quantum chemistry and physics
  2. Applied Mathematics on business
  3. Programming and mathematical analysis

Projects & Grants

  1. 2011-2014    “Ph.D. grant” The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Lebanon, and Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chausée, France.

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journals:

  1. Cancès and N. Mourad (2018). A numerical study of the extended Kohn-Sham ground states of atoms. Communications in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science, 13(2), 139-188.
  2. Cancès and N. Mourad (2016). Existence of a type of optimal norm-conserving pseudopotentials for Kohn–Sham models. Communications in Mathematical Sciences, 14(5), 1315-1352.
  3. Cancès and N. Mourad (2014). A mathematical perspective on density functional perturbation theory. Nonlinearity, 27(9), 1999-2033.

Books/Book Chapters:

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