Karl Voss

Department of Mathematics
Bucknell University


Contact Information:

Karl Voss
Department of Mathematics
Bucknell University
Lewisburg, PA 17837

(570) 577 - 1327 (office)
(570) 577 - 1343 (department office)
(570) 577 - 3264 (department FAX)

Email: kvoss@bucknell.edu

Office: 366 Olin

Professor Voss's Fall 2004 Schedule:

Time

  Monday  

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Friday

8:00 

   

 

   

 

   

9:00 

   

   

   

   

   

10:00 

 Math 308  

   

 Math 308  

 

 Math 308  

11:00 

 Math 308  

 

 Math 308  

 

 Math 308  

12:00 

 

 

 

 

 

1:00 

 Math 343  

 

 Math 343  

 Math 343L (1:00-2:30)  

 Math 343  

2:00 

 

 

 

 

 

3:00 

 

 

 

   

 

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5:00 

 

 

 

 

 

Classrooms: Math 308, Differential Equations,
Math 343, Numerical Analysis, Labs in Rooke Chemistry 009


Educational Background:

1996 Ph.D, Mathematics, Yale University
1993 M.S., Mathematics, Yale University
1991 B.S., Mathematics and History, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Scholarly Work:

Papers:

Sheldon Axler, Pamela Gorkin, and Karl Voss The Dirichlet Problem on Quadratic Surfaces, Mathematics of Computation, 73 (2003), no. 246, pp.637-651..

M. Carme Calderer, Chun Liu, Karl Voss Smectic A Liquid Crystal Configurations with Interface Defects Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences 24 (2001), no.7, pp.473-489.

F. Barth, J. Humphreys, Karl Voss The Motion Sensing Hairs of Arthropods: Using Physics to Understand Sensory Ecology and Adaptive Evolution Ecology of Sensing , eds. F. Barth, A. Schmid. New York, Springer, 2001.

Leonid Berlyand, Karl Voss Symmetry Breaking in Annular Domains for a Ginzburg-Landau Superconductivity Model IUTAM Symposium on Mechanics and Electromagnetic Waves in Structured Media, (1999).

M. Carme Calderer, Chun Liu, Karl Voss Radial Configurations of Smectic A Materials and Focal Conics Physica D, 124 (1998), pp.11-22.

Karl Voss, The Initial-Boundary Value Problem for Navier-Stokes with Data in Besov Spaces, PhD dissertation, Yale University, 1996.

Karl Voss The Complex Ginzburg-Landau Equation with Initial Data in Besov Spaces, submitted.

Software:

In connection with the paper The Dirichlet Problem on Quadratic Surfaces by Sheldon Axler, Pamela Gorkin, and Karl Voss, there is a MATLAB program that performs some of the calculations described in the paper. It is available for downloading.

         A Latex version of the paper.

         A PDF version of the paper.

         Instructions for using the program QUADDIR.

         A zip file containing the program QUADDIR.

 


Created 9/20/2002