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Accomplishments by Cynthia Flores

2016

Exhibitions / Presentations:

  • On the Controllability and Stabilizability of the Linear Dispersion Generalized Benjamin-Ono Equation on a Periodic Domain. Joint Mathematics Meetings. Seattle, WA.
  • Four Latina Recent Math PhDs Share their Journeys. with S. Bañuelos, P. Harris, and A. Prieto Langarica. Si, Se Puede. CSU Channel Islands.

Publications:

  • "Simulating Traffic Flow Using Burgers Equation." SIAM Undergraduate Research Online. December 2015. -.
  • "On Decay Properties of Solutions to the IVP for the Benjamin-Ono Equation." Journal of Dynamics and Differential Equations. February 2013. 907-923.

Other Activities:

  • "An Epidemiological Approach to the Spread of Two Classes of Voters in Ventura County." with S. Bañuelos. Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics Minigrant, Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics. $17,000. 2016.
  • "Recent advances in Integrable Systems and Dispersive Equations." with A. Machuca and T. Martinez. SACNAS 2015 Math Symposia Collaboration Minigrant, Society for the Advancement of Chican@s and Native Americans in Science. $2,000. 2016.
  • "Course Redesign with Technology: ODEs." Virtual Lab, CSU Chancellor's Office. $16,700. 2015.
  • "Truncated Moment Problems and Applications to Partial Differential Equations." Undergraduate Research Groups, PUMP: Preparing Undergraduates through Mentoring for PhDs. $10,000. 2015.

2015

Other Activities:

  • Harmonic Analysis Techniques and Decay Properties of Solutions to the Benjamin-Ono Equation. Undergraduate Math Colloquium. Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA. Feb 4, 2015.