Patrick Cummings

 

 


 

Patrick Cummings is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Boston University. His research involves extending the theory of finite dimensional dynamical systems to infinite dimensional dynamical systems defined by partial differential equations. Patrick received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Marist College in 2012.




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Jun 23rd 2016

Learn the mathematical theory of nonlinear differential equations and their application to systems such as the pendulum, the glider, and the weather. Phenomena as diverse as the motion of the planets, the spread of a disease, and the oscillations of a suspension bridge are governed by differential equations.

Average: 8 (2 votes)
Apr 21st 2016

Learn the mathematical theory of linear differential equations and their application to systems such as the mass-spring system and other linear oscillations. Phenomena as diverse as the motion of the planets, the spread of a disease, and the oscillations of a suspension bridge are governed by differential equations. This course is an introduction to the mathematical theory of ordinary differential equations and follows a modern dynamical systems approach.

Average: 7.3 (3 votes)
Feb 4th 2016

Learn the mathematical theory of ordinary differential equations and its application to biological and physical systems.

Average: 5.4 (5 votes)