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University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario
Canada N2L 3G1
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Vahid Nourian  Modeling and simulation of uni and multiflagellar bacterial locomotion in a viscous fluid 
Cong Wu  
Monjur Morshed 

Alexander James Maxwell Howse 

Zhen Wang 
Clustering behaviour in networks with time delayed alltoall coupling 
Kexue Zhang  
Mikhail Panine  
Keegan Keplinger  
Subasha Wickramarachchi  
Jared Penney  
Sepideh Afshar  
Ali Mahdipour Shirayeh 
Evolutionary Dynamics of Cancer: Spatial and Heterogeneous Effects 
Giuseppe Sellaroli 
Noncompact groups, tensor operators and applications to quantum gravity 
Robert H. Jonsson 
Decoupling of Information Propagation from Energy Propagation 
John Lang  
John Yawney 
Stability of Coastal Jets: Linear Stability Calculations and Nonlinear Simulations 
Kristopher Rowe 
Simulation of Vortex Interactions With a Solid Wall Using Adaptive Mesh Refinement 
Manda Winlaw 
Algorithms and Models for Tensors and Networks with Applications in Data Science 
Anton Baglaenko 
Jun Liu 

Kathleen Wilkie 
Cerebrospinal Fluid Pulsations and Aging Effects in Mathematical Models of Hydrocephalus 
Sean Speziale 

Nataliya Portman 
The Modelling of Biological Growth: a Pattern Theoretic Approach 
Contact Info
Department of Applied Mathematics
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario
Canada N2L 3G1
Phone: 5198884567, ext. 32700
Fax: 5197464319
PDF files require Adobe Acrobat Reader
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