Bernard Deconinck's Research

Postdoctoral Fellows
  1. Roger Thelwell (2003-2006, stability of nontrivial phase solutions of the Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation), Assistant Professor at James Madison University.
Graduate Students
  1. Ben Segal (2017, The stability and instabilities of stationary solutions to the nonlinear Schrodinger and the sine-Gordon equation).
  2. Natalie Sheils (2015, Interface problems using the Fokas method), Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Minnesota.
  3. Olga Trichtchenko (2014, On the instability of water waves with surface tension), Postdoctoral Fellow, UCL, London.
  4. Thomas Trogdon (2013, Riemann-Hilbert Problems, Their Numerical Solution and the Computation of Nonlinear Special Functions), NSF Postdoctoral Fellow and Courant Instructor, NYU.
  5. Vishal Vasan (2012, Some boundary value problems for water waves), Chowla Postdoctoral Fellow at Penn State University.
  6. Michael A. Nivala (2009, Nonlinear stability in integrable Hamiltonian systems), UCLA Postdoc
  7. Katie Oliveras (2009, Stability of periodic surface gravity water waves), Assistant Professor at Seattle U.
  8. Chris Curtis (2009, Exact and approximate methods for the computation of the spectral stability of traveling-wave solutions), U. of Colorado Postdoc, currently Asst. Professor, San Diego State University.
  9. Matt Patterson (2007, Algebro-geometric algorithms for integrable systems), Chowla Postdoctoral fellow at Penn State University. Currently at Boeing Research.
Undergraduate Students
  1. Nate Bottman (2006-2010, Stability of periodic solutions of integrable PDEs), graduate student in Mathematics, MIT
  2. Diana Widjaja (2005-2007, SpectrUW manual), graduate student in Information Technology Management, Carnegie Mellon University
  3. Firat Kiyak (2004-2007, main developer of SpectrUW), graduate student in Computer Science at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  4. Mike Nivala (2003-2004, Symbolic computation of conserved quantities), continued as a Ph.D. student at the University of Washington
  5. Brandon Warner (2000-2001, Stability of multicomponent Bose-Einstein condensates)
  6. Matt Patterson (1999-2001, Stability of multicomponent Bose-Einstein condensates), continued as a Ph.D. student at the University of Washington
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