 Profiles
 Curriculum Vitae (August 2017).
 Research interests:
Fluid dynamics. Geophysical and astrophysical sciences. Singular limit problems in nonlinear PDEs. Numerical analysis and scientific computing. Kinetic formulation. Mathematical Physics in connection with these areas.
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 Workshop. "Coupling moist convection and large scale dynamics in numerical weather prediction models".
 Publications
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 [14] B. Cheng, P. Qu and C. Xie, Singularity formation and global existence of classical solutions for one dimensional rotating shallow water system. submitted (2017)
 [13] B. Cheng, C. Tronci and E. Süli, Existence of global weak solutions to a hybrid VlasovMHD model for magnetized plasmas. Proceedings of London Mathematical Society, 2017 (PLMS). doi:10.1112/plms.12053
 [12] B. Cheng, J. Cheng, M. Cullen, J. Norbury and M. Turner, A rigorous treatment of moist convection in a single column. to appear in SIAM J. on Mathematical Analysis, 2017 (SIMA).
 [11]B. Cheng, M.J.P. Cullen, J.G. Esler, J. Norbury, M.R. Turner, J. Vanneste and J. Cheng , A
Model for Moist Convection in an Ascending Atmospheric Column. Quarterly J. of
the Royal Meteorological Society, 2017 (QJRMS). doi:10.1002/qj.3144
 [10] B. Cheng and A. Mahalov, Timeaverages of fast oscillatory systems in threedimensional geophysical fluid dynamics and electromagnetic effects. to appear in Zonal Jets: Phenomenology, Genesis, Physics, eds. Boris Galperin and Peter L. Read, Cambridge University Press (2016)
 [9] B. Cheng, Improved accuracy of incompressible approximation of compressible Euler equations. SIAM J. on Mathematical Analysis, vol. 46, no. 6, pp. 38383864, 2014 (SIMA). doi:10.1137/140955173
 [8] B. Cheng and A. Mahalov, Euler equations on a fast rotating sphere  timeaverages and zonal flows. European J. Mech.  B/Fluids, vol. 37, pp. 4858, 2013 (E.J.Mech.B). doi:10.1016/j.euromechflu.2012.06.001
 [7]
B. Cheng and A. Mahalov, Time averages of fast oscillatory systems. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems  Series S, vol. 6, pp. 11511162 2013 (DCDSS). doi:10.3934/dcdss.2013.6.1151
 [6] B. Cheng, Singular limits and convergence rates of compressible Euler and rotating shallow water equations. SIAM J. on Mathematical Analysis, vol. 44, pp. 10501076, 2012 (SIMA). Referee(s)' remarks. doi:10.1137/11085147X
 [5] B. Cheng and C. Xie, On the classical solutions of two dimensional rotating shallow water system. J. Differential Equations vol. 250, 690709, 2011 (JDE). doi:10.1016/j.jde.2010.09.017
 [4] B. Cheng and E. Tadmor, Approximate periodic solutions for the rapidly rotating shallowwater and related equations. Water waves: theory and experiment  Proc. of the conference, 6978, World Scientific Pub. Co. Inc., 2010.
 [3] B. Cheng and E. Tadmor, An improved local blowup condition for EulerPoisson equations with attractive forcing, Physica D, vol. 238, pp. 20622066, 2009 (Phys. D). doi:10.1016/j.physd.2009.08.008
 [2] B. Cheng, Multiscale dynamics of 2D rotational compressible Euler equations. Hyperbolic problems: theory, numerics and applications, 497506,
Proc. Sympos. Appl. Math., 67, Part 2, Amer. Math. Soc., 2009.
 [1] B. Cheng and E. Tadmor, Long time existence of smooth solutions for rapidly rotating shallowwater equations and Euler equations. SIAM J. on Mathematical Analysis, vol. 39, pp. 16681685, 2008 (SIMA). doi:10.1137/070693643
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 MAT2001, Numerical and Computational Methods, Spring 2014.
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