Kristina Mallory

NSF Graduate Research Fellow

Division of Applied Mathematics

Brown University

182 George Street

Providence, RI 02912

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My name is Kristina Mallory and I am a second-year Ph.D. student in applied mathematics at Brown University. I currently hold the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship in the area of applied mathematics.

My research interests include dynamical systems, analytical and perturbation approaches for solving nonlinear PDEs, and solitons. Much of my work has addressed problems in mathematical physics and chemistry, including the study of solitary waves in Bose-Einstein condensates.

At present, I am working in collaboration with Sandstede (Brown University) exploring possible theoretical explanations for the occurrence of localized oscillons in nonlinear systems, as well as with Van Gorder (University of Oxford) examining connections between PDEs and geometry.

A nice summary of my publications and citation information can be found on Google Scholar.

If you are interested in obtaining a reprint of one of my papers, please send me an email.