By training, I am an applied mathematician who enjoys to develop accurate, efficient and robust numerical methods to solve real-world problems. Mainly, I focus on developing finite element methods for partial differential equations defined on surfaces. Such problems have many interesting applications; tumor growth, butterfly wing pigmentation and cell motility to name a few.
During my postdoc years I got interested in mathematical biology and started several collaborations in this area. This is a very exciting area of my research.
A Mathematical Model Based on IC50 Curves To Predict Tumor Responses to Drugs.
Catherine I. Berrouet, Jacob Nadulek, Emmanuel Fleurantin, Sunil Giri, Katarzyna A. Rejniak, Necibe Tuncer. FAU Undergraduate Research Journal, Vol. 7, (2018).