Graduate Students and Publications

Bruno Poggi, graduated with M.S. degree in July, 2015

  • M.S. Thesis: Optimal Control of the Multiphase Stefan Problem, July, 2015, Florida Institute of Technology.
  • B. Poggi and U.G. Abdulla, Optimal Control of the Multiphase Stefan Problem, SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization (Submitted) (2015), Arxiv:1508.00290.

Dr. Jonathan Goldfarb, graduated with Ph.D. degree in May, 2016

  • Dissertation: On the Optimal Control of the Free Boundary Problems for the Second Order Parabolic Equations, May, 2016, Florida Institute of Technology.
  • U.G. Abdulla and J.Goldfarb, Frechet differentability in Besov spaces in the optimal control of parabolic free boundary problems, Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications (Submitted) (2016), Arxiv:1604.00057.

Naveed Iqbal, Ph.D. student in Applied Mathematics, expected graduation in Spring 2017

  • Dissertation: On the Classification of the Second Minimal Orbits of the Continuous Endomorphisms on the Real Line and Universality in Chaos,
  • U.G. Abdulla, R.U. Abdulla, M.U. Abdulla and N. Iqbal Second Minimal Orbits, Sharkovski Ordering and Universality in Chaos, SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems (Submitted) (2016), Arxiv:1610.00814.

Ms. Roqia Jeli, Ph.D. student in Applied Mathematics, expected graduation in Fall 2017

  • Dissertation: On the Qualitative Theory of the Nonlinear Parabolic p-Laplacian Type Reaction-Diffusion Equations,
  • U.G. Abdulla and R. Jeli, Evolution of Interfaces for the Nonlinear Parabolic p-Laplacian Type Reaction-Diffusion Equations, European Journal of Applied Mathematics, to appear in 2017. Arxiv:1605.07279.