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Undergrad Research

Aslihan Demirkaya and Robert Decker supervised the following research conference projects.

  • Spring 2017, Robert Galvez, Matthew Bernocco, Soliton interaction for a nonlinear Neuron Equation.

  • Spring 2017, Iliana Albion-Poles, Mitchell Sugar, Yonatan Shavit, Soliton escape velocity after scattering for a nonlinear Beam Equation.

  • Spring 2016, Salem Moges and Reid Bassette ,Soliton escape velocity after scattering for a nonlinear Klein- Gordon partial differential equation.

  • Fall/Spring 2016, Damaris Zachos, Gianmarco Molino, Comparison of KDV and RLW PDE models of shallow-water waves.

  • Spring 2015, Steven Kingston, Jarrett Lagler, and Gianmarco Molino, Acoustic Waves in Neurons.

  • Spring 2014, Hala Al-Khalil and Jamie Nagode, Numerical Existence and Stability of Traveling Wave Solutions to the Distributed Spruce Budworm Model.

  • Spring 2014, Ethan Bourdeau, John Cunsole, Virginia Demske, and Scott Rubin, Numerical Existence, Stability and Simulation of Solitons to the Sine-Gordon Equation.

  • Spring 2013, Gino Cordone and Jeffrey Knecht, Existence of Period-Doubling and Chaos of nonlinear forced Klein-Gordon equation.

  • Spring 2013, Catherine Brennan and James Pellissier, Numerical Existence and Stability of Traveling Wave Solutions to the Distributed Spruce Budworm Model.

  • Spring 2013, Jessica Andersen and Cole Murphy, The forced Van der Pol Equation.

  • Spring 2013, David Arena, Karen Brzostowski, Adam Paul, and Christopher Vincent, Differential Equation Manipulation using a Matlab Graphical User Interface.

  • Spring 2012, Nicole Byer and Jun Hwan Ryu, The numerical existence and stability of the steady state solutions of the Reaction-Diffusion equation.

  • Spring 2012, Miles Aron, Peter Bowers, The numerical existence and stability of the steady state solutions of the Klein-Gordon equations.