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 ====== Research ====== ====== Research ======
  
-**Note to self:** I am currently too busy to keep this page updated...need to find a better mechanism! (Sept 2020)+===== Dec 2021 note ===== 
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 +A good way to learn about what I do is to examine my PhD student talks! Here are a few that have been recorded over the last little while. 
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 +  [[https://youtu.be/qRt9Cr4A_eM|Piotr Morawiecki gives a talk on mathematical models of flooding]] 
 +  [[https://youtu.be/J0Ujpkkr6oc|Josh Shelton gives a talk on parasitic gravity-capillary waves]] 
 +  * [[https://youtu.be/iJzRnyDH7zs|Yyanis Johnson-Llambias gives a talk on water waves due to flows past smoothed bodies]] 
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 +===== Sept 2020 note ===== 
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 +**Note:** I am currently too busy to keep this page updated...need to find a better mechanism! So most of the publication listings below are outdated. 
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 +You are better off looking at my [[https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=y7K3OG4AAAAJ&hl=en|Google Scholar]] for papers.  
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 +===== Research interests =====
  
 My research interests include: My research interests include:
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   * **Numerical methods:** notably boundary integral methods for free-surface flows   * **Numerical methods:** notably boundary integral methods for free-surface flows
  
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 ===== Journal and Book Publications ===== ===== Journal and Book Publications =====
  
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 **Trinh, P. H.** 2007 //Unifying resonant solutions of the KdV, modified KdV, and extended KdV equations//. Master’s thesis, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University, Canada. **Trinh, P. H.** 2007 //Unifying resonant solutions of the KdV, modified KdV, and extended KdV equations//. Master’s thesis, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University, Canada.
  
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-==== In Preparation or Submitted ==== 
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-P. Trinh, S.K. Wilson and H.A. Stone (20--) "Free-floating objects on thin viscous films. Part 1. Rigid structures" J. Fluid Mech., In preparation. 
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-J. Wexler, P. Trinh, H.E. Huppert and H.A. Stone (20--) "The influence of confinement on the bending of fibres in a Hele-Shaw cell" J. Fluid Mech., In preparation. 
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-P.Trinh and S.J. Chapman (2012) "Do waveless ships exist? Results on multi-cornered hulls", J. Fluid Mech. Submitted and in revision. Pre-Print 
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-P.Trinh and S.J. Chapman (2012) "New theoretical gravity-capillary waves. Part 1: Linear theory", J. Fluid Mech. Submitted. Pre-Print 
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-P.Trinh and S.J. Chapman (2012) "New theoretical gravity-capillary waves. Part 2: Nonlinear theory", J. Fluid Mech. Submitted. Pre-Print 
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-S.J. Chapman, P.Trinh, and T.P. Witelski (2012) "Exponential Asymptotics and Thin Film Rupture", SIAM J. Appl. Math. Submitted. Pre-Print 
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-==== Publications and Reports ==== 
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-P.Trinh, S.J. Chapman, and J-M. Vanden-Broeck (2011) "Do waveless ships exist? Results for single-cornered hulls", J. Fluid Mech. 685, 418-435. 
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-P.Trinh, S.J. Chapman, and J-M. Vanden-Broeck (2011) "The existence and non-existence of waveless ships", Proc. 25th Int. Workshop on Water Waves and Floating Bodies (Harbin, China). 
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-P.Trinh (2011) "Exponential Asymptotics and Stokes Line Smoothing for Generalized Solitary Waves", Asymptotic Methods in Fluid Mechanics: Survey and Recent Advances, Springer. 
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-P.Trinh, S.J. Chapman, and J-M. Vanden-Broeck (2009) "Exponential Asymptotics and Low-Speed Stern Waves", Proc. 5th IMACS Conf. Athens, Georgia. 
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-P. Trinh and D. Amundsen (2010) “Unifying the steady state resonant solutions of the periodically forced KdVB, mKdVB, and eKdVB equations,” J. Comp. App. Math. 234 (6), 1788-1795. 
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-P. Trinh and D. Amundsen (2007) “Resonant solutions of the periodically forced eKdVB equation”, Proc. 8th Int. Conf. Math. Num. Asp. Waves (Waves 2007), University of Reading, 120-122. 
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-P.Trinh (2007) "Unifying the Resonant Solutions of a Broad Class of Korteweg-de Vries Equations", M.Sc. Thesis, Carleton University. 
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-P. Trinh (2005) “Steady Solutions of a Coupled Korteweg-de Vries Equation,” Internal report submitted to Dr. David Amundsen (NSERC USRA 2005) 
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-D. Sankoff, P. Trinh (2005) “Chromosomal breakpoint re-use in genome sequence rearrangement,” J. Comp. Bio., 12:812–821. 
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-P. Trinh, A. McLysaght, and D. Sankoff (2004). “Genomic features in the breakpoint regions between syntenic blocks,” Bioinformatics 20, Suppl 1:I318-I325. 
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-D. Sankoff, P. Trinh (2004). “Chromosomal breakpoint re-use in the inference of genome sequence rearrangement,” Proc. RECOMB 04. New York: ACM Press, 30–5. 
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-==== Talks ==== 
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-P. Trinh (2011) "The Contact Lens Problem": A talk at the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland. 
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-P. Trinh (2011) "The Beauty of Complex Variables": A talk at the Complex Fluids Group in Princeton, New Jersey. 
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-P. Trinh (2011) "Have you seen our waves?": A talk at the Dynamical Systems and Nonlinear Science Seminar at PACM, Princeton University. 
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-P. Trinh (2009) "Do Waveless Ships Exist?": A talk at the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
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-P. Trinh (2009) "Preserving Nonlinear Geometries in Free-Surface Flows": A talk at the CISM Asymptotic Methods in Fluid Mechanics Course in Udine, Italy. 
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-P. Trinh (2009) "The Existence and Non-Existence of Waveless Ships": A talk at the Fourteenth Cambridge/Oxford Applied Mathematics Meeting in Cambridge, UK. 
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-P. Trinh (2009) "How can exponential asymptotics be used to find hidden surface waves in low-speed flows?": A talk at the British Applied Mathematics Colloquia (BAMC) in Nottingham, UK. 
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-P. Trinh (2009) "Exponential asymptotics and stern waves": A talk at the fifth IMACS International Conference on Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Wave Phenomena: Computation and Theory in Athens, Georgia. 
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-P. Trinh (2009) "Asymptotics beyond-all-orders and the Devil: The mathematical, physical, historical, and philosophical significance in 15 minutes or less!)": A talk for the Balliol Jowett Scholarship interview in Oxford, UK. 
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-P. Trinh (2008) "Unifying resonant solutions of KdV-Type equations": A talk at the Junior Applied Mathematics Seminar in Oxford, UK. 
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-==== Expository Writing and Posters ==== 
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-P. Trinh (2009) “Brad gets Jolie and I get…Math? Maths of facial recognition,” Pi in the Sky, 13. 
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-P. Trinh (2009) “Seeing the Unseen”, a poster for the 2nd SIAM Student Chapter Conference in Oxford. 
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-P. Trinh (2009) “The unnatural nature of asymptotic approximations,” iSquared Magazine, 6:18-29. 
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-P. Trinh (2008) “Did a philosopher kill WALL-E?” +Plus Magazine, News Release, May-Aug 08. 
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-P. Trinh (2008) “Maths on a Plane” +Plus Magazine, 47. 
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