## Changhui Tan

I am a postdoctoral research associate in CSCAMM and Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland.

### Honors and Awards

2013-2014 | Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowship |

SIAM Student Travel Award | |

AMS Graduate Student Travel Grant | |

Kaplan Travel Grant | |

2011-2012 | Mark E. Lachtman Graduate Student Award |

Jacob K. Goldhaber Travel Award | |

2010-2011 | Kaplan Travel Grant |

2008-2010 | Graduate Fellowship in University of Maryland |

2007-2008 | First Honor Graduates in Beijing |

"Outstanding University Graduates" in Peking University | |

2006-2007 | Triple-Good Student in Peking University |

Chinese Economical Research Scholarship | |

2005-2006 | Triple-Good Student in Peking University |

Baogang Scholarship | |

2004-2005 | Triple-Good Student in Peking University |

Guanghua Scholarship |

### Conference, Workshops and Seminars

## 2018

2018.1.10-13 | Joint Mathematics Meeting: AMS Special Session on Analysis of Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Applications, San Diego. |

Talk: Global regularity for Burgers equation with density dependent fractional dissipation. |

## 2017

### Finite time blow up for a fluid mechanics model with nonlocal velocity

- The preprint is available on arXiv:1708.09360.

### Global regularity for 1D Eulerian dynamics with singular interaction forces

- This is a joint work with
*Alexander Kiselev*. - The preprint is available on arXiv:1707.07296.

### An asymptotic preserving scheme for kinetic models with singular limit

- This is a joint work with
*Alina Chertock*and*Bokai Yan*. - The preprint is available on arXiv:1706.09568.

### Global regularity for the fractional Euler alignment system

- This is a joint work with
*Tam Do*,*Alexander Kiselev*and*Lenya Ryzhik*. - The preprint is available on arXiv:1701.05155.
- It has been accepted by
*Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis*doi:10.1007/s00205-017-1184-2.

### Linearly independency for exponential functions

This is a supplementary notes for MATH211 ODE and Linear Algebra.

### Display the part of the graph beyond the axis limit in Matlab

When I tried to manually adjust the axis limits of a graph, Matlab will automatically cut off the part of the graph that is beyond the axis limits. This didn't happen before (and before means 2014a or earlier versions). I took a little while to find the cure. Just try the following scripts.

```
ax = gca;
ax.Clipping = 'off';
```

### Change default mail app in OS X

Here is the steps to change default mail app in OS X:

- Open
**Mail**app. - Select Preferences -> General. Under "Default email reader", select your preferred mail app.

I am running into a problem by following the steps: the default email reader changes back to the original mail app seconds after I made the change. Here is the solution that works for me. Open terminal. Copy and paste the following script.

`/System/Library/Frameworks/CoreServices.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/LaunchServices.framework/Versions/A/Support/lsregister -kill -r -all local,system,user`

Then try step 1-2 again, and it won't change back again!

### Finite time blow up in the hyperbolic Boussinesq system

- This is a joint work with
*Alexander Kiselev*. - The preprint is available on arXiv:1609.02468.
- It has been accepted by
*Advances in Mathematics*.