Suncica Canic
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Suncica Canic
Miller Professor of Mathematics
University of California, Berkeley
and
Research Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Houston


HIGHLIGHTS

  • A Stochastic Fluid-Structure interaction result just got published in the Journal of Differential Equations Volume 310, 15 February 2022, Pages 45-98
  • Recent manuscript published in SIAM J Applied Math ("A Next-Generation Mathematical Model for Drug eluting Stents") got selected for a SIAM News Highlight, written by Jillian Kunze:"Mathematical Model Reveals Possible Role of Drug-Eluting Stents in Artery Re-closure" SIAM News, July 28, 2021.
  • Research featured in Medical News: Life Sciences article
    ”Research investigates how drug-eluting stent affects arterial tissue
    permeability and blood flow” by Emily Henderson (Sept 2, 2021 issue)
  • PhD student Jeffrey Kuan receives the UC Berkeley
    2020 Memorial Friedman prize in Applied Mathematics (May 2020)

    Fall 2022 Seminar "Modeling, Analysis and Simulation in Applied PDEs": Information
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