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Curriculum Vitae

Anne Catlla

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Duke University, Box 90320
Durham, NC 27708-0320
USA
(919)-660-2850 (office)
(email)
Education

Ph.D.Northwestern University2005
M.S.University of Kansas2000
BSUniversity of Kansas1997
Areas of Research

Mathematical modeling in biology and pattern formation

Areas of Interest

Nonlinear dynamics
Pattern formation
Mathematical biology
Neural networks
Mathematical modeling

Conferences Organized

Organizing Committee Member, Canadian, American, Mexican Physics Graduate Student Conference 2005, August 19, 2005 - August 21, 2005  
Organizing Committee Member, Canadian, American, Mexican Physics Graduate Student Conference 2003, October 24, 2003 - October 26, 2003  
Professional Service

Articles reviewed for math/physics/engineering journals, 2006 - present  
Organizing Applied Mathematics and Analysis Seminar, 2007 - present  
Coordinator, Mathematical Biology Reading Group, May, 2006 - present  
Programming Committee Member, Duke University Women in Science and Engineering, October, 2005 - present  
Coordinator/instructor, Professional Speaking for Graduate Students, January, 2006 - April, 2006  
Chair-Elect / Chair / Past Chair, American Physical Society Forum on Graduate Student Affairs, January 1, 2003 - December 31, 2005  
Selected Recent Invited Talks

Modeling Aspects of Neural-Glial Interactions, SIAM Dynamical Systems Meeting, May 2007  
Pattern formation in impulsively-forced Faraday waves, Applied Mathematics Seminar, Mathematics Department, State University of New York at Buffalo, October 03, 2005  
Impulsively-forced Faraday waves, Fields Institute Pattern Formation Workshop, November, 2003  

Publications

Papers Published

  1. A. Catlla, J. Porter, M. Silber, Weakly nonlinear analysis of impulsively-forced Faraday waves, Physical Review E, vol. 72 no. 5 (November 17, 2005), pp. 056212

Papers Accepted

  1. A. Catlla, D. Schaeffer, T. Witelski, E. Monson, A. Lin, On Spiking Models of Synaptic Activity and Impulsive Differential Equations, SIAM Review (2007)

Papers In Preparation

  1. C. Topaz, A. Catlla, Pattern Control in Reaction-Diffusion Systems Near a Turing-Hopf Bifurcation (2007)
  2. A. Catlla, D. Schaeffer, T. Witelski, E. Monson, A. Lin, Annular Patterns in Reaction-Diffusion Systems and Their Implications for Neural-Glial Interactions (2007)
  3. M. Bauer, A. Catlla, Faraday Waves Arising from Square-Wave Forcing of the Damped Matheiu Equation (2007)

Last modified: 2008/02/06

 

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Durham, NC 27708-0320