ACMS Applied Math Seminar: Ava Mauro


Location: 127 Hayes-Healy

Ava Mauro

Postdoctoral Research Associate
Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics

3:30 PM
127 Hayes-Healy

Stochastic Reaction-Diffusion Models and Drift

Three commonly used stochastic reaction-diffusion models are the Smoluchowski Diffusion-Limited Reaction (SDLR) model, the Doi model, and the Reaction-Diffusion Master Equation (RDME) model. In this talk, I will give an overview of these three models and the relationships between them. Each of these models can be extended to include drift in addition to reactions and diffusion. I will also discuss a method that I have worked on for simulating the SDLR model with drift. The method combines elements of the First-Passage Kinetic Monte Carlo (FPKMC) method for simulating stochastic reaction-diffusion systems and the Wang-Peskin-Elston lattice discretization of drift-diffusion.


















List of Speakers:

Mar. 26 Daniel Molzahn - Dow Sustainability Fellow, University of Michigan
Feb. 12 Holly Goodson - Chemistry and Biochemistry
Feb. 5 Joseph Powers - Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Jan. 27 Yunhua Xue - Nankai University and University of Dartmouth, Massachusetts
Jan. 22, 2015 Ava Mauro - Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics
Dec. 10 Nicolas Brunel - Department of Statistics and Neurobiology, University of Chicago
Dec. 3 Amy Buchmann - Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics
Nov. 19 Pinar Zorlutuna - Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Nov. 12 Ling Xu - Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics
Oct. 29 Joel Boerckel - Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Oct. 15 Zhangli Peng -  Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Oct. 8 Tim Weninger - Computer Science and Engineering
Oct. 1, 2014 Dervis Can Vural - Physics