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459
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208

2001 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to computational electromagnetics and its applications to antennas, radar scattering, microwave circuits, and biomedical technology.

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Optics

Jian-Ming Jin mainly focuses on Nuclear physics, Mathematical analysis, Particle physics, Finite element method and Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider. His research integrates issues of Elliptic flow and Anisotropy in his study of Nuclear physics. The various areas that Jian-Ming Jin examines in his Elliptic flow study include Jet quenching and PHENIX detector.

The Mathematical analysis study combines topics in areas such as Time domain and Boundary knot method. Jian-Ming Jin combines subjects such as Scattering, Optics and Boundary with his study of Finite element method. His Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider research incorporates elements of Pion, Quantum chromodynamics, Particle decay, Large Hadron Collider and Electron.

- The Finite Element Method in Electromagnetics (3492 citations)
- Formation of dense partonic matter in relativistic nucleus–nucleus collisions at RHIC: Experimental evaluation by the PHENIX Collaboration (2002 citations)
- Fast and Efficient Algorithms in Computational Electromagnetics (1083 citations)

His primary areas of investigation include Finite element method, Mathematical analysis, Scattering, Nuclear physics and Electronic engineering. His Finite element method research includes elements of Time domain, Geometry, Optics and Computational electromagnetics. His research ties Boundary and Mathematical analysis together.

His Scattering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Electromagnetic radiation, Fast Fourier transform, Field, Surface and Dielectric. His Nuclear physics research integrates issues from Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider and Particle physics. His Electronic engineering research incorporates themes from Numerical analysis, Solver, Antenna and Topology.

- Finite element method (39.21%)
- Mathematical analysis (29.87%)
- Scattering (17.63%)

- Finite element method (39.21%)
- Discontinuous Galerkin method (3.42%)
- Electronic engineering (13.55%)

His primary areas of study are Finite element method, Discontinuous Galerkin method, Electronic engineering, Algorithm and Mathematical analysis. Particularly relevant to Domain decomposition methods is his body of work in Finite element method. His research investigates the connection between Electronic engineering and topics such as Specific absorption rate that intersect with issues in Acoustics.

His Algorithm study incorporates themes from FETI-DP and Discretization. Mathematical analysis is a component of his Boundary value problem and Integral equation studies. His Boundary value problem research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Preconditioner and Computational electromagnetics.

- Transverse energy production and charged-particle multiplicity at midrapidity in various systems from $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=7.7$ to 200 GeV (71 citations)
- Azimuthally anisotropic emission of low-momentum direct photons in Au + Au collisions at sNN =200 GeV (59 citations)
- Measurement of higher cumulants of net-charge multiplicity distributions in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 7.7-200 GeV (58 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Optics

His scientific interests lie mostly in Rapidity, Nuclear physics, Mathematical analysis, Electronic engineering and Finite element method. As part of the same scientific family, Jian-Ming Jin usually focuses on Rapidity, concentrating on Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider and intersecting with Pseudorapidity. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Photon and Nuclear physics.

His study on Boundary value problem and Classification of discontinuities is often connected to Numerical models and Electromagnetic field solver as part of broader study in Mathematical analysis. His Electronic engineering study also includes fields such as

- Convolution that connect with fields like Waveguide and Perfectly matched layer,
- Microwave together with Newton's method, Power, Time domain and Classical mechanics. His Finite element method study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Conformal map and Linear combination.

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The Finite Element Method in Electromagnetics

Jianming Jin.

**(1993)**

7897 Citations

Formation of dense partonic matter in relativistic nucleus–nucleus collisions at RHIC: Experimental evaluation by the PHENIX Collaboration

K. Adcox;S. S. Adler;S. Afanasiev;C. Aidala;C. Aidala.

Nuclear Physics **(2005)**

4244 Citations

Fast and Efficient Algorithms in Computational Electromagnetics

W.C. Chew;E. Michielssen;J. M. Song;J. M. Jin.

**(2001)**

2084 Citations

Computation of special functions

Shanjie Zhang;Jianming Jin;Richard E. Crandall.

**(1996)**

769 Citations

Electromagnetic Analysis and Design in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Jianming Jin.

**(1998)**

731 Citations

Energy loss and flow of heavy quarks in Au+Au collisions at sNN=200GeV

A. Adare;S. Afanasiev;C. Aidala;N. N. Ajitanand.

Physical Review Letters **(2007)**

698 Citations

J/psi production versus centrality, transverse momentum, and rapidity in Au+Au collisions at root S-NN=200 GeV

A. Adare;S. Afanasiev;C. Aidala;N.N. Ajitanand.

Physical Review Letters **(2007)**

658 Citations

Scaling properties of azimuthal anisotropy in Au+Au and Cu+Cu collisions at sNN=200GeV

A. Adare;S. Afanasiev;C. Aidala;N. N. Ajitanand.

Physical Review Letters **(2007)**

618 Citations

Theory and Computation of Electromagnetic Fields

Jian-Ming Jin.

**(2010)**

605 Citations

J/ψProduction versus Centrality, Transverse Momentum, andRapidity inAu+AuCollisions atsNN=200GeV

A. Adare;S. Afanasiev;C. Aidala;N. N. Ajitanand.

Physical Review Letters **(2007)**

537 Citations

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