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Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://math.ucdenver.edu/~bennethmOffice Location: CU Building 638Phone: (303) 315 1729Areas of Expertise:Mathematical Modeling at the Continuous Scale
Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, Purdue University, 1994 M.S., Mathematics, Purdue University, 1990M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, 1988B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of New Mexico, 1986
Lynn Bennethum has a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering and an MS and PhD in Applied Mathematics under the advisement of Jim Douglas Jr and John H. Cushman. She did her post doc in the field of Agronomy (soil physics). Her primary focus is on modeling porous materials (soils, biotissue, drug-delivery systems) using thermodynamics. Current projects include modeling a drug-delivery polymer (such as what is used in Aleve), the cilia of lungs passages that help propagate mucus, and partially saturated soils.
MATH 3200: Elementary Differential EquationsMATH 4733/5733: Partial Differential EquationsMATH 4791/5790: Continuous ModelingMATH 6735: Continuum Mechanics
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