Gregory Joseph Herschlag

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Research Areas and Keywords

Analysis
fluids flow across dynamic channels
Biological Modeling
biological modeling
Computational Mathematics
physical modeling, kinetic equations, surface catalysis, molecular dynamics, stochastic boundary conditions
PDE & Dynamical Systems
biological modeling, physical modeling, fluids flow across dynamical channels, kinetic equations, surface catalysis, molecular dynamics, stochastic boundary conditions
Physical Modeling
physical modeling, fluids flow across dynamic channels, surface catalysis, molecular dynamics, stochastic boundary conditions
Probability
kinetic equations, surface catalysis, molecular dynamics, stochastic boundary conditions

I am interested in studying techniques to uncover gerrymandering and redistricting algorithmically, and computational fluid dynamics and high performance computing.  I am teaching ordinary and partial differential equations at the undergraduate level.

Education & Training
  • Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2013

Cao, Y, Feng, Y, Ryser, MD, Zhu, K, Herschlag, G, Cao, C, Marusak, K, Zauscher, S, and You, L. "Programmable assembly of pressure sensors using pattern-forming bacteria." Nature biotechnology 35.11 (November 2017): 1087-1093. Full Text

Herschlag, GJ, Mitran, S, and Lin, G. "A consistent hierarchy of generalized kinetic equation approximations to the master equation applied to surface catalysis." The Journal of chemical physics 142.23 (June 2015): 234703-. Full Text Open Access Copy

Herschlag, G, Liu, J-G, and Layton, AT. "An Exact Solution for Stokes Flow in a Channel with Arbitrarily Large Wall Permeability." SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 75.5 (January 2015): 2246-2267. Full Text

Bangia, S, Graves, CV, Herschlag, G, Kang, HS, Luo, J, Mattingly, JC, and Ravier, R. "Redistricting: Drawing the Line." Open Access Copy

Miller, L, Herschlag, G, and Santhanakrishnan, A. "Leaf roll-up and aquaplaning in strong winds and floods."