(Laboratory for Nonlinear Studies)*

School of Mathematics and Statistics
Sciences&Mathematical, Computational
and Modeling Sciences Center

Arizona State University

Tempe, AZ 85287-1804

USA

To apply methods of pure and applied mathematics to variety of complex problems in natural, biological and social sciences. Work in close cooperation with other units of Arizona State University and with researchers over the world.

Mathematical and theoretical physics, mathematical biology, nonlinear PDE, harmonic and classical analysis, and their applications.

Carlos Caslillo-Chavez, director, Mathematical, Computational and Modeling Sciences Center

Alex Mahalov, professor

Sergei Suslov, professor

Mark Fayfman, adjunct professor, Mathematical, Computational and Modeling Sciences Center & Kurchatov Institute

Erwin Suazo, assistant professor, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez

Svetlana Roudenko, adjunct professor, Mathematical, Computational and Modeling Sciences Center & George Washington University

Marco Herrera-Valdez, visiting professor

Nathan Lanfear, graduate student

Raquel Lopez, graduate student

Ben Morin, graduate student

Ricardo Cordero-Soto, graduate student

Jose Vega, graduate student

Ricardo Cordero-Soto is defending his Ph D on February 18th, 2011.

Alex Mahalov is invited as Main speaker to a conference in Luminy (Marseille ) in May 2011.

Sergei Suslov is giving a talk at a

http://math.georgiasouthern.edu/~hwang/index_files/q_web/

Marco Herrera-Valdez has been featured as a keynote speaker among two other leaders in the field, see

http://tdlc.ucsd.edu/emails/tdlc_ahm_speakers_2011.html

Peter Paule, director, RISC - Research Institute for Symbolic Computation, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria

(see aslo individual websites)

flier

(see individual websites for earlier events)

**For Students:
**PDE Primer (diffusion-type equations)

**This page is created by Sergei K. Suslov**

Email: *sks@asu.edu*