Suncica Canic
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Suncica Canic
Visiting Professor (Fall 2016)
Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering
Stanford University
and
Cullen Distinguished Professor
Department of Mathematics
671 PGH Building
University of Houston
Houston, Texas 77204-3476

Phone(UH): (713) 743-3466
E-mail:

canic at math dot uh dot edu

HIGHLIGHTS

  • SIAM Fellow; Class of 2014 SIAM Fellows
    Suncica Canic: For contributions to the modeling and analysis of partial
    differential equations motivated by applications in the life sciences.
  • Congressional Briefing: December 6, 2011 "Mathematics:
    Leading the Way For New Options in the Treatment of Coronary Artery Disease"
    Suncica Canic Suncica Canic
                                                                            with Congressman McNerney
  • NSF Discoveries (Aug 2010)
          Scientists use Math to Build Better Stents: click to link to NSF site
  • AMS exhibit at Coalition for National Science Funding,
          Capitol Hill, June 21, 2008, AMS Summary
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    Fluid-structure interaction simulation: blood flow-stent-arterial wall
    (with D. Forti and S. Deparis)
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                < Hemodynamics > < Compressible flow >

    Last updated May 2010