Prof. Anna T. Lawniczak Room: MACN 522 EXT: 53287
M.Sc. (Eng.), Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology,
Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland

E-mail: Anna_DOT_Lawniczak__AT_gmail_DOT_com
Ph.D. Department of Mathematics, Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale, Illinois, USA
Formation of waves and Turing patterns in LGCA simulation[Fig. 8, page 685, 'Construction,
Mathematical Description And Coding Of Reactive Lattice-Gas Cellular Automaton', Simulation Practice and Theory 7 (2000) 657-689, Elsevier Science B.V. (with:
Jon Paul Voroney)]
My web page at Math&Stat
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Information For Prospective Graduate Students

Prospective graduate students, interested in working with me in the research areas of my interest, should familiarize themselves with my research ( ), read my recent research papers, and contact me by sending an email attaching (or pointing to) a complete CV, with as many details as possible about their previous research and research publications, including their thesis. Hyperlinks to thesis, previous publications, and samples of software previously developed will be a plus.

To be successful in the type of research that I do, one needs to have an excellent background in mathematics, strong analytical skills, and an excellent computing skills (i.e. ability to design, code, and test scientific applications in C and C++ and to manipulate data using MATLAB).

Successful candidates will have to apply (and be accepted) to study at the graduate program at the University of Guelph

The best way to contact me is by e-mail, at one of the following addresses:

  • Anna_DOT_Lawniczak_AT_gmail_DOT_com
  • alawnicz_AT_uoguelph_DOT_ca