Dr FloricaCorina Cirstea
F07  Carslaw Building
The University of Sydney
Telephone  9351 2965 
Fax  9351 4534 

Research interests
Member of the Nonlinear Analysis Research Group.
This group is concerned with the study of nonlinear equations (including nonlinear ordinary and partial differential equations) and their application to a wide variety of problems. The importance of nonlinearity is emphasised by the fact that even very simple nonlinear systems can behave in a complicated way, for example, they may display chaotic behaviour. The field is a very active one at present, with many developments occurring both on the theoretical and the application sides and research of both types occurs within the group.
Teaching and supervision
Timetable
Selected grants
2012
 Analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations describing singular phenomena; Cirstea F; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
2008
 Singular phenomena for nonlinear partial differential equations arising in applications; Cirstea F; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
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