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Ryan Nolan Goh
Office: MCS 237B
111 Cummington Mall
Boston, MA 02215 USA
Tuesday 11am-12:30pm, Wednesday 1pm-2:30pm
or by appointment.
Dynamical Systems, Pattern Formation, PDE
Spring 2019 MA 226
S. Chhabra, L. Liu, R. Goh, A. Warmflash. Dissecting the dynamics of signaling events in the BMP, WNT, and NODAL cascade during self-organized fate patterning in human gastruloids.
bioRxiv 440164; ( Preprint )
M. Avery, R. Goh, O. Goodloe, A. Milewski, A. Scheel. Growing stripes, with and without wrinkles
in press. ( Preprint )
[ Supplementary Materials], [ Movie of the moduli space with delicate arch! ], [ Code Repository ]
R. Goh, C. E. Wayne. Vortices in stably-stratified rapidly rotating
Nonlinearity, in press.(Preprint
R. Goh, A. Scheel. Pattern-forming fronts in a Swift-Hohenberg
equation with directional quenching - parallel and oblique
J. London Math. Soc., 98 (2018), 104-128.
Z. Wang, R. Goh, K. Bazargan, A. Scheel, N. Saraf. Stochastic
Implementation and Analysis of Dynamical System Similar to the
Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration Systems, (2016), 99,
R. Goh, R. Beekie, D. Matthias, J. Nunley, A. Scheel. Universal
wavenumber selection laws in apical growth,
Phys. Rev. E
94 (2016), 022219.
R. Goh, A. Scheel. Pattern formation in the wake of triggered
29 (2016), 2196.
R. Goh, A. Scheel. Hopf bifurcation from fronts in the
Arch. Ration. Mech. An.
217 (2015), 1219-1263.
R. Goh, A. Scheel. Triggered Fronts in the Complex Ginzburg Landau
J. Nonlinear Science 24 (2014), 117-144.
R. Goh, S. Mesuro, A. Scheel. Spatial Wavenumber Selection in
SIAM J. Appl. Dyn. Sys. 10 (2011), 360-402
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.
Posters and Presentations
dynamics and pattern formation in the wake of triggered instabilities
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