Björn Sandstede

Bjorn Sandstede 




Royce Family Professor of Teaching Excellence and
Professor of Applied Mathematics
Room 212, 170 Hope Street
Phone: +1 401 863 2815
[email protected]

Ph.D., Department of Mathematics, University of Stuttgart, 1993.

Research Interests

I work on applied dynamical systems and partial differential equations posed on extended domains. In recent years, my research has focused on the dynamics of patterns, coherent structures, and nonlinear waves, which I investigate using a mixture of analytical and geometric dynamical-systems techniques together with numerical computations.

Awards and Fellowships

Recipient of the First Jack K. Hale Award, 2015.

Elected, Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), April 2013.

 SIAM Outstanding Paper Prize (with A Scheel), 2007.

 Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award, The Royal Society, June 2004.

JD Crawford Prize, SIAM Activity Group on Dynamical Systems, May 2001.

Alfred P Sloan Research Fellow, Alfred P Sloan Foundation, September 2000 - September 2002.

Feodor-Lynen Fellow, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, September 1995 - December 1996.

Fellowship, Graduate Collegium Modelling and discretization methods of continua and fluids, University of Stuttgart, October 1990 - April 1993. 

Fellowship, Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, March 1989 - March 1990. 


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