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CHASNOV, Jeffrey R
齊士樂

(PhD Columbia)

Phone: (852) 2358 7448
Email: machas@ust.hk
Office: Room 3456
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Biography

Prof. Chasnov is a Professor of Mathematics at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He received a BA from the University of California, Berkeley, and a PhD from Columbia University. He had postdoctoral appointments at NASA, Stanford University, and Grenoble, France before coming to Hong Kong in 1993 as an assistant professor.

Research Interests

Scientific computation

Selected Publications

  Article

  1. The evolutionary role of males in C. elegans
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey
    • Source: Worm, v. 2, (1), January 2013, article number e21146
    • Year: 2013

  2. Evolution of recombination rates in a multi-locus, haploid-selection, symmetric-viability model
    • Author(s): Chasnov, J.R.; Ye, Felix Xiaofeng
    • Source: Theoretical Population Biology, v. 83, (1), February 2013, p. 155-165
    • Year: 2013

  3. Equilibrium Properties of a Multi-locus, Haploid-Selection, Symmetric-Viability Model
    • Author(s): Chasnov, J.R.
    • Source: Theoretical population biology, v. 81, (2), 2012, MAR, p. 119-130
    • Year: 2012

  4. Evolution of Increased Self-Sperm Production in Postdauer Hermaphroditic Nematodes
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey R.
    • Source: Evolution, v. 65, (7), July 2011, p. 2117-2122
    • Year: 2011

  5. A fast algorithm for computing multilocus recombination
    • Author(s): Chasnov, J.R.
    • Source: Theoretical population biology, v. 77, (4), 2010, JUN, p. 270-278
    • Year: 2010

  6. The evolution from females to hermaphrodites results in a sexual conflict over mating in androdioecious nematode worms and clam shrimp
    • Author(s): Chasnov, J.R.
    • Source: Journal of evolutionary biology, v. 23, (3), 2010, MAR, p. 539-556
    • Year: 2010

  7. The species, sex, and stage specificity of a Caenorhabditis sex pheromone
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey R.; So, W.K.; Chan, C.M.; Chow, King Lau
    • Source: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, v. 104, (16), April 2007, p. 6730-6735
    • Year: 2007

  8. Why Are There Males in the Hermaphroditic Species Caenorhabditis elegans?
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey R.; Chow, King Lau
    • Source: Genetics, v. 160, (3), March 2002, p. 983-994
    • Year: 2002

  9. Turbulent penetrative convection with an internal heat source
    • Author(s): Chasnov, JR; Tse, KL
    • Source: Fluid dynamics research, v. 28, (6), 2001, JUN, p. 397-421
    • Year: 2001

  10. Recessive mutations and the maintenance of sex in structured populations
    • Author(s): Agrawal, AF; Chasnov, JR
    • Source: Genetics, v. 158, (2), 2001, JUN, p. 913-917
    • Year: 2001

  11. Mutation selection balance, dominance and the maintenance of sex
    • Author(s): Chasnov, JR
    • Source: Genetics, v. 156, (3), 2000, NOV, p. 1419-1425
    • Year: 2000

  12. A Fourier-Hermite pseudospectral method for penetrative convection
    • Author(s): Tse, KL; Chasnov, JR
    • Source: Journal of computational physics, v. 142, (2), 1998, MAY 20, p. 489-505
    • Year: 1998

  13. The viscous-convective subrange in nonstationary turbulence
    • Author(s): Chasnov, JR
    • Source: Physics of fluids, v. 10, (5), 1998, MAY, p. 1191-1205
    • Year: 1998

  14. Decaying turbulence in two and three dimensions
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert
    • Source: Advances in DNS / LES, Greyden Press, Columbus, Ohio, 1997
    • Year: 1997

  15. On the decay of inhomogeneous turbulence
    • Author(s): Chasnov, JR
    • Source: Journal of fluid mechanics, v. 342, 1997, JUL 10, p. 335-354
    • Year: 1997

  16. On the decay of two-dimensional homogeneous turbulence
    • Author(s): Chasnov, JR
    • Source: Physics of fluids, v. 9, (1), 1997, JAN, p. 171-180
    • Year: 1997

  17. Crossover from Two- to Three-Dimensional Turbulence
    • Author(s): Smith, Leslie M. Safford; Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert; Waleffe, Fabian
    • Source: Physical Review Letters, v. 77, (12), September 1996, p. 2467-2470
    • Year: 1996

  18. Some similarity states of stably stratified homogeneous turbulence
    • Author(s): Chasnov, JR
    • Source: Dynamics of atmospheres and oceans, v. 23, (1-4), 1996, JAN, p. 183-192
    • Year: 1996

  19. The Decay of Axisymmetrical Homogeneous Turbulence
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey R.
    • Source: Physics of fluids, v. 7, (3), 1995, MAR, p. 600-605
    • Year: 1995

  20. Similarity States of Passive Scalar Transport in Buoyancy-Generated Turbulence
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey R.
    • Source: Physics of fluids, v. 7, (6), 1995, JUN, p. 1498-1506
    • Year: 1995

  21. Similarity states of passive scalar transport in isotropic turbulence
    • Author(s): Chasnov, J.R.
    • Source: Physics of Fluids, v. 6, (2), 1994, p. 1036-1051
    • Year: 1994

  22. Decaying turbulence in a passive mean scalar gradient
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert
    • Source: Applied Scientific Research, v. 51, 1993, p. 313–317
    • Year: 1993

  23. Computation of the Loitsianski integral in decaying isotropic turbulence
    • Author(s): Chasnov, J.R.
    • Source: Physics of Fluids A, v. 5, (11), 1992, p. 2579-2581
    • Year: 1992

  24. Homogeneous buoyancy-generated turbulence
    • Author(s): Batchelor, G.K.; Canuto, V.M.; Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert
    • Source: J. Fluid Mech., v. 235, 1992, p. 349–378
    • Year: 1992

  25. Simulation of the inertial-conductive subrange
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert
    • Source: Physics of Fluids A, v. 3, (5), 1991, p. 1164–1168
    • Year: 1991

  26. Simulation of the Kolmogorov inertial subrange using an improved subgrid model
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert
    • Source: Physics of Fluids A, v. 3, (1), 1991, p. 188–200
    • Year: 1991

  27. Theoretical study of turbulent channel flow: bulk properties, pressure fluctuations, and propagation of electromagnetic waves
    • Author(s): Canuto, V.M.; Hartke, G.J.; Battaglia, A.; Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert; Albrecht, G.F.
    • Source: Journal of Fluid Mechanics, v. 211, 1990, Feb, p. 1–35
    • Year: 1990

  28. Turbulence spectrum of a strongly conductive temperature field in a rapidly stirred fluid
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert; Canuto, V.M.; Rogallo, R.S.
    • Source: Physics of Fluids A, v. 1, (10), 1989, p. 1698–1700
    • Year: 1989

  29. Turbulence spectrum of a passive temperature field: results of a numerical simulation
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert; Canuto, V.M.; Rogallo, R.S.
    • Source: Phys. Fluids, v. 31, 1988, p. 2065–2067
    • Year: 1988

  30. Turbulent viscosity
    • Author(s): Canuto, V.M.; Goldman, I.; Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert
    • Source: Astron. Astrophys., v. 200, 1988, p. 291–300
    • Year: 1988

  31. A model for fully developed turbulence
    • Author(s): Canuto, V.M.; Goldman, I.; Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert
    • Source: Phys. Fluids, v. 30, (11), 1987, Nov, p. 3391–3418
    • Year: 1987

  Book

  1. Matrix Algebra for Engineers
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert
    • Year: 2018

  2. Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Ratio
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey Robert
    • Year: 2016

  3. Differential Equations with YouTube Examples
    • Author(s): Chasnov, Jeffrey R
    • Year: 2014