# Ph.D. Advisees

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Margaret Beck, Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 2006,
** Topics in stability theory for partial differential equations **
(coadvisor C.E. Wayne).
NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University of Surrey, UK and
at Brown University (2006-2009);
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Boston University, 2009-present
Marina Bevzushenko, Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2007,
** **
Lecturer in mathematics
Tony Harkin, Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 2001,
** Nonlinear dynamics of gas bubbles in liquids**
(co-advised by A. Nadim).
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University (2002-2005),
Asst. Prof. Math., Rochester Inst. Tech. (2005-present)
Michael Hayes, Ph.D. in Mathematics, July 1999,
** Geometric analysis of delayed bifurcations**.
W.S. Atkins Consultants, Surrey, U.K. (2000-present)
Matt Holzer, Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 2010,
** Renormalization group methods for singularly perturbed systems,
and traveling waves in a reaction-diffusion-mechanics system **
NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellow, U. Minnesota, 2010-2013.
Stephanie Jones,
Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 2001,
** Rhythms in the neocortex and in CPG neurons:
a dynamical systems analysis **
(co-advised by N. Kopell).
Postdoctoral Fellow,
Massachusetts General Hospital.
Recipient of 5-year NIH K-25 training grant.
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience,
Brown University, Fall 2011 - present
Georgi Medvedev, Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 1999,
** Problems on oscillations and pattern formation
in mathematical biology**
(co-advised by N. Kopell).
Veblen Instructor of Mathematics,
Princeton University (1999-2002).
Assoc. Prof. Math., Drexel Univ. (2007--present)
Oleg Mikitchenko
Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 2008,
** Applications of the resolution of singularities
to asymptotic analysis of
differential equations **
Lecturer, Connecticut College.
Analyst, Bloomberg Financial.
Dave Morgan, Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 2001,
** On the existence and stability of spatial patterns
in an activator-inhibitor system exhibiting self-replication
**.
NRC Postdoctoral Fellow,
Nonlinear Science Group, Naval Research Labs (2001-2004).
System administrator, Brigham and Womens Hospital,
Harvard University (2005-present)
Kinya Ono, Ph.D. in Mathematics, January 2001,
** Analytical methods for reaction-diffusion equations:
critical wave speeds and axisymmetric phenomena**.
Scientist, Khimetrics Inc., Scottsdale, Arizona.
C. Soto-Trevino, Ph.D. in Mathematics, January 1998,
** Geometric methods for periodic orbits in singularly-perturbed systems**
(co-advised by N. Kopell).
Postdoctoral Fellow, Volen Center, Brandeis University (1998-2002).
Research Associate in neuroscience.
S. Weibel, Ph.D. in Mechanical and
Aeronautical Engineering, January 1997,
** Applications of qualitative methods
in the nonlinear control of superarticulated mechanical systems**
(J. Baillieul was the principal advisor).
Raytheon Corp., Tucson, Arizona (2000-present)
A. Zagaris, Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 2005,
** Analysis of reduction methods for multi-scale problems **
(co-advised by H. Kaper).
Postdoctoral fellow, CWI (Center for Mathematics and Informatics)
Amsterdam, NL (2005-2008);
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, U. Twente, NL, 2008-present

## Current Ph.D. students I work with

Anna Barry, fith year, primary advisor C.E. Wayne
G. Nicholas Benes, fifth year, primary advisor C.E. Wayne

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