Sue Ann Campbell

BMath (Waterloo), PhD (Cornell)
Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics
Faculty of Mathematics, University of Waterloo


Research

My research involves building and analyzing mathematical models for biological systems. My current works focusses on applications in neuroscience from the single cell to the network level. Past work includes applications in ecology and engineering. A major theme of my research is the influence of nonlinearities and time delays on the model behaviour. The time delays represent the time it takes information to propagate from one part of the system to another. The nonlinearity represents the fact that in these systems a small change in the state can often result in a large change in behaviour. Mathematically, my research involves dynamical systems theory (e.g., stability, bifurcations, centre manifolds and normal forms) and its extensions to delay differential equations and non-smooth systems. A detailed description of my current research projects is also available. Publications Students Software I use in my research Online resources Research Affiliations Journal Affiliations Upcoming Conferences and Workshops

Teaching

Fall 2018
AMATH 251 - Introduction to Differential Equations (Advanced Level)
Winter 2018
AMATH 451 - Introduction to Dynamical Systems
AMATH 882 - Mathematical Cell Biology

Associations to which I belong

Math Links

Women in Math and Science

Other Interests and Affiliations


How to reach me

office: MC 6132
phone: (519) 888-4567 Ext. 35461
fax: (519) 746-4319
email: sacampbell@uwaterloo.ca

regular mail:
Sue Ann Campbell
Department of Applied Mathematics
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario
N2L 3G1
Canada


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