Panos G. Kevrekidis

Distinguished Professor, mathematics & statistics

mathematical physics; dynamical systems; mathematical biology, speakers bureau

Phone: (413) 577-1977


Panos G. Kevrekidis studies a variety of systems chiefly stemming from the mathematical physics of optical systems as well as from the soft-condensed matter setting of Bose-Einstein Condensates. Kevrekidis also maintains a wide variety of additional interests including mathematical biology [especially tumor angionesis, nephron dynamics and DNA models], the nucleation of liquid droplets in the atmosphere, gelation and related phase transition phenomena in polymers, aerosol dynamics in the atmosphere and in the human body [inhalation and deposition of particles in the respiratory tract], catalytic chemistry and reaction-diffusion models, and dynamics and energy landscapes of glassy materials.