Mu Xu has successfully defended his PhD dissertation titled: “Spatiotemporal chaos in large systems driven far-from-equilibrium: connecting theory with experiment”. Congratulations Dr. Xu!
The above image is a snap shot in time of the 12th covariant Lyapunov vector for chaotic Rayleigh-Benard convection. The magnitude of the Lyapunov vector is shown by the color contours where red is large positive and blue is large negative. The boundaries of the convection rolls are shown by the solid black lines. More details can be found in our paper in Physical Review E.
I will be teaching ME 6744 Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics this spring term. Here is the course outline.
Congratulations to Kartik Subramanian who is the lead author on a paper published today in PLOS Computational Biology. Here are the details:
Subramanian, K., Paul, M.R., and Tyson, J.J., Dynamical Localization of DivL and PleC in the Asymmetric Division Cycle of Caulobacter crescentus: A Theoretical Investigation of Alternative Model, PLOS Computational Biology, 11, e1004348, (2015).
Congratulations to Kartik who has accepted a postdoctoral position at Harvard University which he will begin in early 2015. Kartik will be joining Peter Sorger’s group in the Department of Systems Biology at the Harvard Medical School.
Congratulations to Kartik Subramanian who successfully defended his PhD dissertation today titled:
Spatiotemporal Model of the Asymmetric Division Cycle of Caulobacter crescents.
Well done Dr. Subramanian!
Congratulations to Debashis Barik who is now an Assistant Professor in the School of Chemistry at the University of Hyderabad, India. Congratulations Professor Barik!
Sandip Kar has accepted a tenure track position as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. Congratulations Professor Kar!
More information can be found at Professor Kar’s website.
Kartik Subramanian’s paper was accepted for publication in PLOS Computational Biology and can now be found here. The paper details are:
K. Subramanian, M.R. Paul, and J.J. Tyson, “Potential Role of a Bistable Histidine Kinase Switch in the Asymmetric Division Cycle of Caulobacter crescentus”
An image of bioconvection in a large shallow layer was chosen for the Physical Review E Kaleidoscope. The image is shown below. For more details see Alireza’s paper:
Karimi and Paul, Bioconvection in spatially Extended Domains, Physical Review E, 87, 053016 (2013).