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Email: mchaslam@mathstat.yorku.ca

Michael Haslam, Ph.D., P.Eng.

Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
York University


Research Interests:

Numerical Analysis, Scientific Computing, Computational Electromagnetics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Mathematical Physics.

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Teaching Winter 2017/18

  • PHYS 4120 (Fall)
  • MATH 6652 (Winter)
  • MATH 2271 (Winter)

Recent Publications

  • Kohli, I.S., Haslam, M.C. (2017) An Analysis of the Replicator Dynamics for an Asymmetric Hawk-Dove Game. International Journal of Differential Equations 2017, Article ID 8781570.

  • Kohli, I.S., Haslam, M.C. (2016) Stochastic Eternal Inflation in a Type I Universe. Physical Review D 93, 023514.

  • Kohli, I.S., Haslam, M.C. (2015) Mathematical issues in eternal inflation. Classical and Quantum Gravity 32(7), 075001 .

  • Kohli, I.S., Haslam, M.C. (2014) On the dynamics of a closed viscous universe. Physical Review D 89, 043518.

  • Kohli, I.S., Haslam, M.C. (2013) Dynamical systems approach to a Bianchi type I viscous magnetohydrodynamic model, Physical Review D 88, 063518.

  • Kohli, I.S., Haslam, M.C. (2013) Future asymptotic behavior of a nontilted Bianchi type IV viscous model, Physical Review D 87, 063006.

  • Bruno, O.P., Haslam, M.C. (2010) Efficient high-order evaluation of scattering by periodic surfaces: vector parametric gratings and geometric singularities, Waves in Random and Complex Media 20(4): 530-550.

  • Bruno, O.P., Haslam, M.C. (2009) Efficient high-order evaluation of scattering by periodic surfaces: deep gratings, high frequencies, and glancing incidences, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 26(3): 658-668.

  • Bruno, O.P., Haslam, M.C. (2007) Super-algebraic solution of the wire-antenna problems, SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing 29(4): 1375-1402.


Last updated: September 29, 2017