Schedule and News
- Attending Workshop on Diabetes Systems Biology at Fields Institute, Toronto (24-26 Mar 14)
- Presented poster at MBI Institute Partners Meeting titled "A Multiscale Examination of Nonlinear Waves in the Cochlea" (02 Feb 14)
- Postdoc seminar given at MBI entitled "What did you say?: Using mathematics to explain the active cochlear response" (05 Dec 13)
- Began postdoctoral fellowship at MBI (1 Sept 13)
- Email: fessel.6 (at) mbi.osu.edu
- Office: Jennings Hall 380,
Ohio State University
- Phone: 614.688.3334
- Postdoctoral Fellow at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute (September 2013 -- present)
- Ph. D. in Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (May 2013)
- M. S. in Applied Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (December 2009)
- B. S. in Applied Mathematics and Professional Chemistry, University of Evansville (May 2007)
I am primarily interested in mathematical biology, asymptotic methods, and combining analytics with numerics to arrive at system solutions. My thesis research centered around the development of a comprehensive model for the transduction mechanism of the mammalian cochlea. The fluid-solid interactions of the cochlea can be described by coupled PDEs, whereas, a micromechanical model has been developed to represent the outer hair cells' external forcing which influences the system nonlinearly. More details.
A PDF copy of my CV can be found here.
Last update: 18 September 2013.