Thomas Peter Witelski
- Professor in the Department of Mathematics
- Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (Secondary)
Research Areas and Keywords
PDE & Dynamical Systems
My primary area of expertise is the solution of nonlinear ordinary and partial differential equations for models of physical systems. Using asymptotics along with a mixture of other applied mathematical techniques in analysis and scientific computing I study a broad range of applications in engineering and applied science. Focuses of my work include problems in viscous fluid flow, dynamical systems, and industrial applications. Approaches for mathematical modelling to formulate reduced systems of mathematical equations corresponding to the physical problems is another significant component of my work.
Witelski, TP. "Perturbation Analysis for Wetting Fronts in Richards' Equation." Transport in Porous Media 27.2 (January 1, 1997): 121-134. Full Text
Witelski, TP. "Segregation and mixing in degenerate diffusion in population dynamics." Journal of Mathematical Biology 35.6 (1997): 695-712.
Witelski, TP. "Traveling wave solutions for case II diffusion in polymers." Journal of Polymer Science, Part B: Polymer Physics 34.1 (1996): 141-150.
Witelski, TP. "The structure of internal layers for unstable nonlinear diffusion equations." Studies in Applied Mathematics 97.3 (1996): 277-300.
Cohen, DS, and Witelski, TP. "Inaccessible states in time-dependent reaction diffusion." Studies in Applied Mathematics 97.4 (1996): 301-319.
WITELSKI, TP, and COHEN, DS. "FORBIDDEN REGIONS FOR SHOCK FORMATION IN DIFFUSIVE SYSTEMS." STUDIES IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS 95.3 (October 1995): 297-317.
Witelski, TP, and Cohen, DS. "Perturbed reversible systems." Physics Letters A 207.1-2 (1995): 83-86.
Witelski, TP. "Merging traveling waves for the porous-Fisher's equation." Applied Mathematics Letters 8.4 (1995): 57-62.
Cohen, DS, Jr, ABW, and Witelski, TP. "Shock formation in a multidimensional viscoelastic diffusive system." SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 55.2 (1995): 348-368.