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Ken Sulston

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Degrees: 
B. Math., University of Waterloo, 1982
M.Math., University of Waterloo, 1983
Ph.D., University of Waterloo, 1986
Position: 
Professor of Mathematics
Department: 
mathstatistics
Faculty: 
Science
Phone: 
1 902-566-0391
Research Interests: 
  • Applied mathematics and mathematical modelling
  • Concentration primarily on applications to condensed matter physics, with secondary interest in biological systems
Citations: 
  1. K.W. Sulston and S.G. Davison, “Overlap Effects on Electron Transmission through Doped Molecular Wires”, Phys. Rev. B 67, 195326 (2003).
     
  2. K.W. Sulston, S.G. Davison and B.L. Burrows, “Multisite Bond and Overlap Treatment of Polymer-Chain Band Structure”, International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 94, 341 (2003).
     
  3. K.W. Sulston and S.G. Davison, “Electron Transmission through a Doped Semi-conducting Atomic Wire”, Chem. Phys. 314, 323 (2005).
     
  4. K.W. Sulston, W.P. Ireland and J.C. Praught, “Hormonal Effects on Glucose Regulation”, Atl. Electr. J. Math. 1, 31(2006).
     
  5. S. G. Davison and K.W. Sulston “Green Function Theory of Chemisorption”; 8 chapters, 211 pages; published by Springer Press (2006).
Current Collaborators (non-UPEI): 
  • B. Burrows, Math, University of Staffordshire (UK)
  • S. Davison, Applied Math, University of Waterloo