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Dr Marie-Therese Wolfram

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Dr Marie-Therese Wolfram

Associate Professor
 

Office: C2.04

Phone: +44 (0)24 761 50041
Email: M dot Wolfram at warwick dot ac dot uk

 

Teaching Responsibilities 2019/20:

Term 1: MA3J4 Mathematical modelling with PDE


Research Interests: Applied partial differential equations, mathematical modeling in socio-economic applications and the life sciences, inverse problems.


Selected publications:

  • A. Lachapelle, M.T. Wolfram, On a mean field game approach modeling congestion and aversion in pedestrian crowds , Trans. Res.: Part B: Methodological, 45(10), 1572-1589, 2011
  • M. Burger, B. Schlake, M.T. Wolfram, Nonlinear Poisson-Nernst-Planck equations for ion flux through confined geometries, Nonlinearity, 25, 961-990, 2012

  • M. Burger, L. Cafferelli, P.A. Markowich, M.T. Wolfram, On a Boltzmann type price formation model, Proc. R. Soc. A, 469(2157), 20130126, 2013
  • M. Burger, A. Lorz, M.T. Wolfram, On a Boltzmann type model for knowledge growth, SIAM J. Appl. Math. 76(5), 1799-1818, 2016.
  • M. Bruna, M. Burger, H. Ranetbauer, M.T. Wolfram, Cross-diffusion systems with excluded volume effects and asymptotic gradient flows, JNLS 27(2), 2016.
  • S. Gomes, A. Stuart, M.T. Wolfram, Parameter estimation for macroscopic pedestrian dynamics models from microscopic data, accepted at SIAM J. Appl. Math., 2019.
  • A. Stuart, M.T. Wolfram, Inverse optimal transport, submitted, 2019.

Upcoming workshops/conferences/seminars

Research grants:

  • Royal Society International Exchanges on 'Parameter Estimation in Nonlinear PDE Models for Crowd Motion', with A. Stuart, 2017-2020
  • First Grant on 'Boltzmann-type and mean-field models in socio-economic applications', funded by the EPSRC, 2017-2019
  • New Frontiers Group on 'Multiscale modelling and simulation of crowded transport in the life and social sciences' funded by the Austrian Academy of Sciences, 2014-2020
  • Hertha Firnberg Project on 'Computational mean field games and applications', funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF, 2010-2013

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