Mihaela Enculescu

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We study the activity of a synaptically coupled neuronal network consisting of an excitatory and an inhibitory layer with isotropic connections and nonlinear interactions. Using the mathematical model of Wilson and Cowan in two spatial dimensions, we first discuss a spatial hysteresis phenomenon. Then we analyze special traveling wave solutions with(More)
Many cellular processes and signaling pathways converge onto cell morphology and cell motion, which share important components. The mechanisms used for propulsion could also be responsible for shape changes, if they are capable of generating the rich observed variety of dynamic regimes. Additionally, the analysis of cell shape changes in space and time(More)
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