Peter Stechlinski is an applied mathematician broadly interested in dynamic modeling and simulation problems. His research is primarily concerned with hybrid dynamical systems, which display a mixture of continuous and discrete behavior and have become widely applied tools in a number of fields. His research finds overlap in control and optimization theory, nonsmooth analysis, mathematical biology (e.g. infectious diseases) and process systems engineering (e.g. pharmaceutical manufacturing). Peter joined the department in 2017.
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