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Ryan Nolan Goh
Postdoctoral Fellow
   Email: rgoh@bu.edu
   Office: MCS 237B
   Phone: 617-358-2392
   111 Cummington Mall
   Boston, MA 02215 USA

My CV

Office Hours

TuTh 9:30am-10:50am ; or by appointment.

Research Interests

Dynamical Systems, Pattern Formation, PDE

Current Teaching

  • Fall 2017 MA 775
  • Preprints

    R. Goh, C. E. Wayne. Vortices in stably-stratified rapidly rotating Boussinesq convection, in preparation.
    R. Goh, A. Scheel. Pattern-forming fronts in a Swift-Hohenberg equation with directional quenching - parallel and oblique stripes, Submitted.
    (Preprint )

    Refereed Publications

    Z. Wang, R. Goh, K. Bazargan, A. Scheel, N. Saraf. Stochastic Implementation and Analysis of Dynamical System Similar to the Logistic Map,
    IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration Systems, (2016), 99, 1-13.
    R. Goh, R. Beekie, D. Matthias, J. Nunley, A. Scheel. Universal wavenumber selection laws in apical growth,
    Phys. Rev. E 94 (2016), 022219. (Preprint )
    R. Goh, A. Scheel. Pattern formation in the wake of triggered pushed fronts,
    Nonlinearity 29 (2016), 2196. (Preprint )
    R. Goh, A. Scheel. Hopf bifurcation from fronts in the Cahn-Hilliard equation
    Arch. Ration. Mech. An. 217 (2015), 1219-1263. (Preprint )
    R. Goh, A. Scheel. Triggered Fronts in the Complex Ginzburg Landau Equation
    J. Nonlinear Science 24 (2014), 117-144. (Preprint )
    R. Goh, S. Mesuro, A. Scheel. Spatial Wavenumber Selection in Reccurrent Precipitation
    SIAM J. Appl. Dyn. Sys. 10 (2011), 360-402 (Preprint )

    Book Chapters

    R. Goh, S. Mesuro, A. Scheel Coherent structures in reaction-diffusion models for precipitation
    Special volume on "Precipitation patterns in reaction-diffusion systems", Research Signpost (2010), 73-93. (Preprint)

    Courses Taught

      University of Minnesota

    • Fall 2014 - Spring 2015: MATH 3592H - 3593H
    • Fall 2013 - Spring 2014: MATH 3592H - 3593H
    • Fall 2011 - Spring 2011: MATH 1271

    Posters and Presentations

    Front dynamics and pattern formation in the wake of triggered instabilities

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    Department of Mathematics and Statistics
    Boston University

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