Dawn A. Lott
BS (1987) Bucknell University; MS, Michigan State University
(1994) Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, Northwestern
thesis: Adaptive Chebyshev Pseudo-Spectral Approximation for Shear Band Formation in Viscoplastic Materials, advisors Alvin Bayliss and Ted Belytschko.
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Delaware State University
web page: http://18.104.22.168/~dawn/index.html
Phone: (302) 857-7059
Snail Mail: Departments of Biotechnology and Mathematics, Delaware State University, Dover, DE, 19901
After earning her Ph.D., Dr. Lott was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Maryland (1994-1997). In 1998 she joined the faculty of the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She has written some valuable advice to graduate students in A Letter to Graduate Students. In 2004, she joined Delaware Stste University as an Associate Professor.
Research: applied mathematics, numerical solutions of partial differential equations: numerical and analytical methods in solid mechanics, nonlinear elasticity/plasticity, hyperbolic equations and numerical studies of human skin.
Dr. Lott has five publications:
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