rozada arroba gmail dot com
CV available upon request
I recently graduated from my PhD in applied mathematics at the University of British Columbia. My supervisor was Dr. Michael Ward.
The topic of my dissertation was on the mathematical theory behind pattern formation in organisms. Specifically, on the types of instabilities that give rise to pattern variation.
I am interested in the stability and nonlinear properties of Turing-type solutions that emerge from reaction-diffusion PDEs. Other topics that interest me, or that I've worked on before, are: