#### Filter Results:

- Full text PDF available (13)

#### Publication Year

2009

2017

- This year (2)
- Last 5 years (13)
- Last 10 years (14)

#### Publication Type

#### Co-author

#### Journals and Conferences

#### Key Phrases

Learn More

- J. C. Tzou, Theodore Kolokolnikov
- Multiscale Modeling & Simulation
- 2015

We compute the mean first passage time (MFPT) for a Brownian particle inside a two-dimensional disk with reflective boundaries and a small interior trap that is rotating at a constant angular velocity. The inherent symmetry of the problem allows for a detailed analytic study of the situation. For a given angular velocity, we determine the optimal radius of… (More)

- Venu Kurella, Justin C Tzou, Daniel Coombs, Michael J Ward
- Bulletin of mathematical biology
- 2015

A hybrid asymptotic-numerical method is formulated and implemented to accurately calculate the mean first passage time (MFPT) for the expected time needed for a predator to locate small patches of prey in a 2-D landscape. In our analysis, the movement of the predator can have both a random and a directed component, where the diffusivity of the predator is… (More)

We present three examples of delayed bifurcations for spike solutions of reaction-diffusion systems. The delay effect results as the system passes slowly from a stable to an unstable regime, and was previously analyzed in the context of ODE’s in [P.Mandel and T.Erneux, J.Stat.Phys 48(5-6) pp.1059-1070, 1987]. It was found that the instability would not be… (More)

- J. C. Tzou, J. C. Wei
- 2017

For three specific singularly perturbed two-component reaction diffusion systems in a bounded 2-D domain admitting localized multi-spot patterns, we provide a detailed analysis of the parameter values for the onset of temporal oscillations of the spot amplitudes. The two key bifurcation parameters in each of the RD systems are the reaction-time parameter τ… (More)

- A E Lindsay, T Kolokolnikov, J C Tzou
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2015

We consider the mean first passage time (MFPT) of a two-dimensional diffusing particle to a small trap with a distribution of absorbing and reflecting sections. High-order asymptotic formulas for the MFPT and the fundamental eigenvalue of the Laplacian are derived which extend previously obtained results and show how the orientation of the trap affects the… (More)

- J. C. Tzou, Bernard J. Matkowsky, Vladimir A. Volpert
- Appl. Math. Lett.
- 2009

- Justin C Tzou, Shuangquan Xie, Theodore Kolokolnikov
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2014

For a random walk on a confined one-dimensional domain, we consider mean first-passage times (MFPT) in the presence of a mobile trap. The question we address is whether a mobile trap can improve capture times over a stationary trap. We consider two scenarios: a randomly moving trap and an oscillating trap. In both cases, we find that a stationary trap… (More)

- J C Tzou, Y-P Ma, A Bayliss, B J Matkowsky, V A Volpert
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2013

Spatiotemporal Turing-Hopf pinning solutions near the codimension-two Turing-Hopf point of the one-dimensional Brusselator model are studied. Both the Turing and Hopf bifurcations are supercritical and stable. The pinning solutions exhibit coexistence of stationary stripes of near critical wavelength and time-periodic oscillations near the characteristic… (More)

- J. C. Tzou, S. Xie, Theodore Kolokolnikov, Michael J. Ward
- SIAM J. Applied Dynamical Systems
- 2017

On a finite three-dimensional domain Ω, a hybrid asymptotic-numerical method is employed to analyze the existence, linear stability, and slow dynamics of localized quasi-equilibrium multi-spot patterns of the Schnakenberg activatorinhibitor model with bulk feed rate A in the singularly perturbed limit of small diffusivity ε of the activator component. By… (More)

- J. C. Tzou
- 2016

Spot patterns, whereby the activator field becomes spatially localized near certain dynamically-evolving discrete spatial locations in a bounded multi-dimensional domain, is a common occurrence for two-component reaction-diffusion (RD) systems in the singular limit of a large diffusivity ratio. In previous studies of 2-D localized spot patterns for various… (More)