Samarjeet Rawat



COURSE TAUGHT: Matrix and Linear Algebra


B.Sc. (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics)
C.C.S. University, Meerut, India

M.Sc. in Mathematics
C.C.S. University, Meerut, India

Ph.D. in Mathematics
I. I. T. Roorkee, India


After working for one and half year in University of Nottingham as a Faculty in Mathematics and Computer Science, Dr. Rawat joined Wenzhou Kean University in September 2019. He was awarded “Junior Research Fellowship” for two years (2004-2005) and Senior Research Fellowship” for three years(2006 – 2008) for pursuing higher education by UGC, INDIA. He continued with the expansion of knowledge by working as a Postdoctoral fellow at CEMEF, FRANCE for 18 months (Jan 2009 to July 2010).  He has around 11 years of Post Ph.D. experience in teaching and research and have been able to publish Thirty-one research papers in peer-reviewed International Journal (around ten more papers in conferences).

Besides teaching, he has always been a part of course management committees. Dr. Rawat also had enough administrative experience (worked as a Chairperson, General Studies Department and Course Director Mathematics at Jubail University College, Jubail, KSA) in University environment.

Research interests:

My core area of interests are:

  • Computational fluid dynamics
  • Finite Element Method
  • Heat and Mass transfer phenomena in porous medium

Selected Publications/scholarly and creative work:

Some of my peer-reviewed publication are listed below:

  • Pulsatile magneto-biofluid flow and Mass Transfer in a Non Darcian Porous Channel Meccanica, 42, 247–262 , 2007(IF = 2.211).
  • A Study of Steady Buoyancy- Driven Dissipative Micropolar Free Convective Heat and Mass Transfer in a Darcian Porous Regime with Chemical Reaction, Nonlinear Analysis: Modeling and Control, 12, 2, 157–180, 2007 (SCIE_IF = 0.896).
  • Finite Element Solutions for Non-Newtonian Pulsatile Flow in a Non-Darcian Porous Medium Conduit Nonlinear Analysis: Modeling and Control, 12, 3, 317–327, 2007(SCIE_IF = 0.896).
  • Computational modeling of biomagnetic micropolar blood flow and heat transfer in a two-dimensional non-Darcian porous medium, Meccanica, 43: 391–410, 2008, (IF = 2.211).
  • Numerical study of heat transfer of a third grade viscoelastic fluid in non-Darcy porous media with thermophysical effects, Physica Scripta, 77, 065402, 11pp, 2008 (IF = 1.902).
  • Transient magneto-micropolar free convection heat and mass transfer through a non-Darcy porous medium channel with variable thermal conductivity and heat source effects, Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, 223, 10, 2009 (IF = 0.996).
  • Numerical Investigation of Separated Solitary Waves Solution for KDV Equation through Finite Element Technique, International Journal of Computer Applications, Page 27-33, Volume 40– No.14, February 2012 (IF = 0.702).
  • Finite element study of pulsatile magneto-hemodynamic non-Newtonian flow and drug diffusion in a porous medium channel, Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology(jmmb). Vol. 12, No 4 (2012 1250081 (26 pages). (IF=0.875)
  • Heat and Mass Transfer of a Chemically Reacting Micropolar Fluid Over a Linear Streaching Sheet in Darcy Forchheimer Porous Medium, International Journal of Computer Applications, 44(6):40-51, April 2012. (IF= 0.702).
  • Contemporary review of techniques for the solution of nonlinear Burgers Equation, Journal of Computational Science, Elsevier , Volume 3, Issue 5, 405–419, September 2012 (IF = 1.925).
  • Numerical Modeling of Two-Phase Hydromagnetic Flow and Heat Transfer in a Particle-Suspension through a non-Darcian Porous Channel, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, Volume 7, Number 2, April 2014. (IF=1.09).
  • MHD Flow Heat and Mass Transfer of Micropolar fluid over a Nonlinear Stretching Sheet with Variable Micro Inertia Density, Heat Flux and Chemical reaction in a Non-darcy Porous Medium, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 321-331, January 2016. (IF=1.09).
  • Sensitivity analysis of pulsatile hydromagnetic biofluid flow and heat transfer with non linear Darcy Forchheimer drag, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 1457-1465, May 2016 (IF=1.09).
  • Study of Buoyancy driven free convective flow of a micropolar fluid through a darcy forchheimer porous medium with mutable thermal conductivity, Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics (IJPAP), Vol. 55, pp. 754 – 763, October 2017 (IF=0.582).