My work focuses on the application of techniques from nonlinear analysis to understand the behavior of evolution equations, particularly those arising in optics and biology.  The mathematical core of this work is the development of asymptotic theories, examination of well posedness, and demonstration of the existence and stability of solitary wave solutions for the modeling equations.

Overview  |  Research  |  Grants/Awards  |  Teaching  |  Publications  | Recent Talks

• Mathematics Colloquium, Tufts University, October 2006

• Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, October 2006

• Invited talk, SIAM Annual Meeting, July 2006

• Invited talk, International Conference on Nonlinear Waves, Integrable Systems, and Applications, June 2005

• Invited talk, SIAM Conference on Dynamical Systems, May 2005

Postdoctoral Associate
Biomedical Engineering
Tufts University
E-mail: jamison.moeser@tufts.edu