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Prof. Sanjeeva Balasuriya
Prof. Sanjeeva Balasuriya
University of Adelaide, Australia
Biography:
Sanjeeva Balasuriya is currently an Australian Research Council Future Fellow based at the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Adelaide, Australia. He has previously held positions at Connecticut College, Oberlin College and Brown University (all in the USA), the University of Sydney (Australia) and the University of Peradeniya (Sri Lanka). He holds a PhD in applied mathematics and an ScM in engineering from Brown University, and a bachelors degree in physics from Lafayette College (USA). Trained in geometrical methods of dynamical systems, his work encompasses theoretical developments and a range of applications to transport in fluid flows (at scales ranging from geophysics to microfluidics), with additional contributions towards ecology, combustion and cancer modeling. His publications appear in journals such as Physical Review Letters, Nonlinearity, Physica D, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Journal of Theoretical Biology, Physics of Fluids and the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) journals, and he is finializing a book on "Melnikov methods for barriers and transport in unsteady flows" to be published by SIAM. He is the recipient of the J.H. Michell medal awarded by the Australia/New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics Society for research excellence.
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