Department / Division
- Associate Professor of Mathematics
- Allen 424
Research interests: Partial differential equations, mathematical biology (dynamics of microtubules), stability of boundary layers, signal processing, stochastic processes.
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The overall focus of my research is mainly in the area of mathematical biology with the emphasis on modeling. My current projects are mainly involved in the following topics:
- Mathematical modeling of Alzheimer disease based on the metal hypothesis
- Modeling dynamics of the MCF-7 breast cancer cell line treated by radiotherapy
- Compressive sensing and peak detection techniques in the compression and reconstruction of microtubules dynamic instability data
I also actively participate in many interdisciplinary projects with the electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, computer science and physics departments in Mississippi State University. In these projects, I have used different analytical and computational techniques from PDE (boundary layer theory), SDE, signal processing, random evolution and non-parametric methods in statistics.
Degree: Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, 2008, Department of Mathematics,
Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Yarahmadian's CV