“Amir Ali Masoudi”

IPM Positions

Student Researcher, School of Physics
(1998 - 2002 )

Research Interests

Statistical physics, Complex systems, Stocastic process, Non-linear physics, Turbulance, Surface growth

Research Activities

The KPZ equation dynamically develops sharply connected valley structures with in which the height derivative is not continues. There are two different regimes before and after creation of sharp valleys. We develop a statistical theory for KPZ equation with a random forcing which is white in time and Gaussian correlated in space by methods of stochastic process.

Present Research Project at IPM

-Statistical theory for the kardar parisi-zhang equation
-Burgers turbulence

More Information

International Publications: 1. J. Davoudi, A.A. Masoudi, M.R. Rahimi Tabar, and F. Shahbzi ``Three-dimensional forced burgers tarbulence supplemented with a continuity equation; Phys. Rev. E. 63, 056308, (2001). 2. A.A. Masoudi, F. Shahabi, J. Davoudi, and M.R. Rahimi Tabar ``Statistical theory for the kardar parisi-Zhang equation in 1+1 dimension'' to be appeared in Phys. Rev. E January (2002).

Related Papers

1. J. Davoudi, A.A. Masoudi, M.R. Rahimi Tabar, A.R. Rastegar and F. Shahbazi
Three Dimensional Forced Burgers Turbulence Supplemented with A Continuity Equation
Phys. Rev. E 63 (2001), 056308-1-13  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2000/038
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