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Asymptotic behaviour for fractional diffusionconvection equations
(201710)We consider a convectiondiffusion model with linear fractional diffusion in the subcritical range. We prove that the large time asymptotic behavior of the solution is given by the unique entropy solution of the convective ... 
Existence of weak solutions for a general porous medium equation with nonlocal pressure
(submitted, 201710)We study the general nonlinear diffusion equation $u_t=\nabla\cdot (u^{m1}\nabla (\Delta)^{s}u)$ that describes a flow through a porous medium which is driven by a nonlocal pressure. We consider constant parameters ... 
A spacefractional Monodomain model for cardiac electrophysiology combining anisotropy and heterogeneity on realistic geometries
(20171004)Classical models of electrophysiology do not typically account for the effects of high structural heterogeneity in the spatiotemporal description of excitation waves propagation. We consider a modification of the Monodomain ... 
Threedimensional coarsening dynamics of a conserved, nematic liquid crystalisotropic fluid mixture
(Journal of NonNewtonian Fluid Mechanics, 201709)We present a numerical investigation of the threedimensional coarsening dynamics of a nematic liquid crystalisotropic fluid mixture using a conserved phase field model. The model is a coupled system for a generalized ... 
The Experiment Data Depot: A WebBased Software Tool for Biological Experimental Data Storage, Sharing, and Visualization
(ACS Synthetic Biology, 20170930)Although recent advances in synthetic biology allow us to produce biological designs more efficiently than ever, our ability to predict the end result of these designs is still nascent. Predictive models require large ...