Pelin Guven Geredeli
- Tenure-Track Assistant Professor
My research interests lie in the area of infinite dimensional evolution equations, with a primary focus on the analysis of nonlinear PDE’s. Along with addressing questions of existence and uniqueness of solutions for such equations, I am mainly concerned with obtaining those results which have implications in PDE qualitative and control theory such as the long time behavior of parabolic and hyperbolic PDE solutions, especially in the sense of existence of compact global attractors and stability. Also, I have recently become interested and involved in problems of wellposedness, stability, and numerical computation for coupled structural acoustics and fluid-structure PDE systems arising in aeroelasticity and biomedicine.