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Joseph Shomberg

Associate Professor

Contact Information:

jshomber@providence.edu
401-865-2720
Howley Hall 212

Education:

Ph.D. - Mathematics University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Area(s) of Expertise:

Partial differential equations and infinite dimensional dynamical systems.

Awards and Honors:

Summer Scholar Award - School of Arts and Sciences, Providence College

Selected Publications:

Shomberg, Joseph., Gal, Ciprian. (2015). Coleman-Gurtin Type Equations with Dynamic Boundary Conditions. Physica-D: Nonlinear Phenomena, 292/293 , 29-45.

Shomberg, Joseph., Gal, Ciprian. (2015). Hyperbolic Relaxation of Reaction Diffusion Equations with Dynamic Boundary Conditions. Quarterly of Applied Mathematics , American Mathematical Society. 73 , 93-129 .

Shomberg, Joseph., Nartea, Cristina. (2011). A Family of Approximate Inertial Manifolds for a Van der Pol/FitzHugh-Nagumo Perturbation Problem. International Journal of Computer Mathematics, 88 (7), 1443-1470.

Recent Presentations:

Shomberg, Joseph., Fall Southeastern Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, American Mathematical Society, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee, "Well-posedness and asymptotic behavior for non-isothermal viscous nonlocal Cahn-Hilliard equations". October, 2015.

Shomberg, Joseph., EquaDiff 2015, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Lyon, France, "Attractors for Damped Semilinear Wave Equations with a Robin-Acoustic Boundary Perturbation". July, 2015.

Shomberg, Joseph., Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications, American Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Madrid, Spain, "Dynamic Boundary Conditions with Memory: Well-Posedness of the Coleman-Gurtin Equation". July, 2014.


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