Dr. Dawn A. Lott

Personal

Prefix: Dr.
First Name: Dawn
Middle Name: A.
Last Name: Lott

Summary

Research: applied mathematics, numerical solutions of partial differential equations: numerical and analytical methods in solid mechanics, nonlinear elasticity/plasticity, hyperbolic equations and numerical studies of human skin.

Biography

After earning her Ph.D., Dr. Lott was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Maryland (1994-1997). In 1998 she joined the faculty of the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She has written some valuable advice to graduate students in A Letter to Graduate Students. In 2004, she joined Delaware State University as an Associate Professor.

Research: applied mathematics, numerical solutions of partial differential equations: numerical and analytical methods in solid mechanics, nonlinear elasticity/plasticity, hyperbolic equations and numerical studies of human skin.

 Reviewed Publications

1.Lott, D.A. and Chaudhry, H.R., On the use of infinite elements for the determination of optimal closure patterns based on stress analysis, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 6: 225,234 (2003).

2.Lott-Crumpler, D.A., Antman, S.S., Szymczak, W.Z., The quasilinear wave equation governing antiplane shearing of nonlinearly elastic bodies, J. Comp. Phys., to appear (2001).

3.Lott-Crumpler, D.A. and Chaudhry, H.R. Optimal patterns for suturing wounds of complex shapes to foster healing, J. Biomechanics, 34:51-58 (2001)

4.Lott-Crumpler, D.A., The formation and properties of shear bands, Modell. Simul. Mat. Sci. Eng. 5: 317-336 (1997).

 

5.Bayliss, A., Belytschko, T., Kulkarni, M. and Lott-Crumpler, D.A., On the dynamics and the role of the imperfection for localization in thermo-viscoplastic materials, Modell. Simul. Mat. Sci. Eng. 2: 941-962 (1994).