Charles (Nick) Maggio
Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics | University of Notre Dame | 152A Hurley Hall | Notre Dame, IN 46556
cmaggio1 [at] nd [dot] edu | (574) 631-6726



Curriculum Vitae

Research Statement

Teaching Statement









Research Interests:
  • Mathematical Biology and Physiology
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Multiscale Modeling
Current Research Topics:
  • An integrative multiscale model of uterine fluid dynamics
  • A whole cell model of uterine smooth muscle function
  • Modeling of uterine smooth muscle force generation through PDEs
  • Chemical diffusion in a vascularized space
Recent Talks:
  • "An integrative model of excitation driven fluid flow in a 2D uterine channel," 6th World Congress on Biomechanics, August 2010
  • "Multiscale modeling of the uterus," Applied Maths Colloquium, University of Auckland Mathematics, June 2010
  • "Multiscale Biological Modeling," Tulane University Graduate Student Colloquium, January 2010
  • "An integrative model of excitation driven fluid flow in a 2D uterine channel," Pacific Northwest Conference on Comprehensive Mathematical Modeling, Pullman, WA 2009
  • "An integrative model of excitation driven fluid flow in a 2D uterine channel," 62nd Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics
Publications:
Other Interests:

Movies:

The calcium and force response in tissue to a traveling voltage pulse (1.1mb)
Integrative uterine pumping (1.3mb)
Resultant fluid flow (14mb)


Transport of a just-too-small particle in a peristalting channel (9.4mb)