Dr Dietmar Oelz

Lecturer

I studied Technical Mathematics at the Vienna University of Technology. I also earned a Master's degree in Law and I finished the first ("non-clinical") part of Medical Studies at the University of Vienna. Under the direction of Christian Schmeiser and Peter Markowich I earned my PhD in Applied Mathematics at the University of Vienna in 2007. During this time I spent several months at the University of Buenos Aires and at the ENS-Paris rue d'Ulm.

Before coming to UQ, I held post-doc positions at the Wolfgang Pauli Insitute (Vienna), University of Vienna and the Austrian Academy of Sciences (RICAM). In 2013 I won an Erwin Schrödinger Fellowship of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). I was a post-doc researcher in the group of Alex Mogilner first at UC Davis, then at the Courant Institute of Math. Sciences (New York University

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Phone: 53262
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Research Interests Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Modelling & Simulation, Applied Mathematics, Partial Differential Equations

Available Projects

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Directional switching due to tug-of-war in intra-cellular cargo transport

Suitable forStudents with interests in mathematical biology, modelling and numerical simulation.  Students with a variety of backgrounds are welcome.

Project description:  In biological cells cargo is transported by molecular motor...

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