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Department fax: (206) 296-5932
Teaching Interests: Professor Carter's teaching
interest includes Differential Equations, Calculus, and courses with
significant applied mathematics content.
Interests: Working with a team of outstanding undergraduates and
colleagues from around the world, Dr. Carter studies how waves propagate in the
deep ocean and how tsunamis evolve as they approach a coastline. This area is
especially exciting right now due to the immense current interest generated by
the recent tsunamis.
J.D. Carter. Plane wave solutions of a dissipative generalization of the
vector nonlinear Schrodinger equation. Mathematics and
Computers in Simulation, 82:1038-1046, 2012. J.D. Carter. A Review of Mathematica: A
Problem-Centered Approach. SIAM Review, 53: 583-585, 2011. J.D. Carter and R.
Cienfuegos. The kinematics and stability of solitary and cnoidal wave
solutions of the Serre equations. European Journal of Mechanics B:
Fluids, 30: 259-268, 2011. D.M. Henderson, H. Segur and J.D.
Carter. Experimental evidence of stable wave patterns on deep water.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 658, 247-278, 2010. J.D.
Carter and C.C. Contreras. Stability of plane-wave solutions of a dissipative
generalization of the nonlinear Schrodinger equation. Physica D, 237:
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