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Peter Hinow

Colloquium Chair; Associate Professor
Mathematical Sciences - General
 Eng & Math Sciences E491
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Educational Degrees

  • PhD, Vanderbilt University, 2007
  • Diplom-Mathematiker, Dresden University of Technology, 2000

Research Interests

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Mathematical Biology

Selected Service and Projects

  • Co-organizer of a workshop “Partial Differential Equations in Cancer Modeling”, Banff International Research Station, February 2015 (with Thomas Hillen and Robert Gatenby)

Selected Publications

Hinow, Peter, Strickler, J. R., and Yen, Jeannette. “Olfaction in a viscous environment: The ‘color’ of sexual smells in Temora longicornis.” The Science of Nature (Naturwissenschaften).
Hinow, Peter, and Mincheva, Maya. “Linear Stability of Delayed Reaction-Diffusion Systems.” Computers and Mathematics with Applications 73. 226-232.
Langhoff, William, Hinow, Peter, Strickler, J. R., and Yen, Jeannette. “Chemosensation and potential neuronal mechanism of ratio detection in a copepod.” Biology, Distribution and Ecology of Copepods. NOVA Science Publishers, (2017).
Hinow, Peter, and Radunskaya, Ami. “Ergodicity and loss of capacity for a random family of concave maps.” Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems – B 21. (2016): 2193-2210.
Hinow, Peter, Radunskaya, Ami, Mackay, Sean, Reynolds, John N., Schroeder, Morgan, Tan, Eng Wui, and Tucker, Ian. “Signaled drug delivery and transport across the blood-brain barrier.” Journal of Liposome Research 26. (2016): 233-245.
Hinow, Peter, Rietman, Edward A., Omar, Sara I., and Tuszynski, Jack A. “Algebraic and topological indices of molecular pathway networks in human cancers.” Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 12. (2015): 1289-1302.
Hinow, Peter, Nihongi, Ai, and Strickler, J. Rudi. “Statistical mechanics of zooplankton.” PLoS One 10. (2015): e0135258.
Hinow, Peter, and Radunskaya, Ami. “Mathematical Models of Drug Delivery.” Mathematical Models of Tumor-Immune System Dynamics. Springer Verlag, (2014): 109–123.

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