# 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).
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Boston University

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).
Associate Professor Mathematics, Rochester Institute of Technology
and Chief Data Scientist, icitizen.com

Michael Hayes, Ph.D. in Mathematics, July 1999,
Geometric analysis of delayed bifurcations.
British Ministry of Transportation

Matt Holzer, Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 2010,
Renormalization group methods for singularly perturbed systems,
and traveling waves in a reaction-diffusion-mechanics system.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, George Mason University

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).
Associate Professor of Neuroscience,
Brown University,

Georgi Medvedev, Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 1999,
Problems on oscillations and pattern formation
in mathematical biology
(co-advised by N. Kopell).
Professor of Mathematics, Drexel University

Oleg Mikitchenko
Ph.D. in Mathematics, May 2008,
Applications of the resolution of singularities
to asymptotic analysis of
differential equations.
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.
System administrator, Brigham and Womens Hospital,
Harvard University

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).
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);
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Wageningen University, NL

## Current Ph.D. students I work with

Han Wang,
Torus canards in general fast-slow systems; traveling waves in nonlinear
reaction-diffusion equations.

Xiaoxuan (Doris) Wu,
Model reduction for nonlinear systems of reaction-diffusion equations.

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