Alaa Haj Ali

Alaa Haj Ali

Graduate Teaching Assistant

 1262 FAB

Curriculum vitae


Alaa Haj Ali


Department of Mathematics

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  •  Partial Differential Equations, Calculus of Variations, Free Boundary Problems


  • Ph.D Mathematics, Wayne State University, Expected April 2019
  • Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics, University of Michigan-Dearborn, August 2012

Awards and grants

  • Thomas C. Rumble University Graduate Fellowship, Mathematics Department, Wayne State University, 2018-present

    Teaching Graduate Assistance (GTA) Award, Mathematics Department, Wayne State University, 2017-18

    Graduate Assistance In Area of National Needs (GAANN) Fellowship, Mathematics Department, Wayne State University, 2014-17



Selected publications

Haj Ali, A. and Wang, P., The one-phase bifurcation for the p-Laplacian, Journal of Differential Equations, Vol 266, Issue 4, 5 February 2019, page 1899 - 1921


Haj Ali, A., Li, D. and Wang, P., Symmetry and approximate symmetry of a nonlinear elliptic problem over a ring, Accepted.

Courses taught

MAT 2010, Calculus 1, 4 credits, Winter 2018

STA 1020, Elementary Statistics, 3 credits, Fall 2017

MAT 1800, Elementary Functions (Pre-calculus), 4 credits, Winter 2017

MAT 1800, Elementart Functions (Pre-calculus), 4 credits,  Winter 2016