UCSC Professor Debra Lewis Reviews
Renowned California mathematician Debra Lewis is well known for her commitment to the mathematics program at the University of California at Santa Cruz where she educates college math majors at UCSC as a full time mathematics professor. Dr. Debra Lewis’s commitment to excellence in mathematics and education reflects her willingness to give back to the California education system.
Before embarking on her professional career as a professor of mathematics at the University of California at Santa Cruz, Professor Debra Lewis earned her Bachelors Degree and later her Ph.D. in math from the University of California, Berkley.
The Research of Professor Debra Lewis
Already in her relatively short career as a mathematics professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Professor Debra Lewis has taken the time to contribute to research on a diverse range of concepts related to mathematics. In the process Dr. Debra Lewis, Ph.D has had the opportunity to develop a handful of new mathematical research interests.
Of the many mathematical research areas that interest or intrigue her, UCSC’s Professor Debra Lewis has devoted considerable time and effort to study geometric mechanics, inviscid fluids, hyperelastic materials, algorithm designs, symmetries of mechanical systems and other, related areas of mathematics.
Publications of Professor Debra Lewis
Dr. Lewis’ advanced and in-depth studies as a math professor at the University of Caliofornia, Santa Cruz have lead her to publish a number of insightful papers on areas of mathematical research she has worked on. Below you’ll find a few of Professor Debra Lewis’ publications.
- D. Lewis, N. Nigam, and P. Olver: Connections for general group actions, Communications in Contemporary Mathematics 7 No. 7 (2005), 341-374.
- D. Lewis and P. Olver: Geometric Integration Algorithms on Homogeneous Manifolds, Foundations of Computational Mechanics 2 No. 4 (2002), 363-392.
- F. Fasso and D. Lewis: Stability Properties of the Riemann Ellipsoids, Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis 158 (2001), 259.
- D. Lewis and J. C. Simo: Conserving algorithms for the dynamics of Hamiltonian systems on Lie groups, J. Nonlinear Science 4 (1994,)
- D. Lewis: Lagrangian block diagonalization, The Journal of Dynamics and Differential Equations No. 1 (1992), 1-42.
- D. Lewis, J. Marsden, and J. C. Simo: Stability of relative equilibria I. The reduced energy-momentum method, The Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis 115 (1991), 15-59.
- D. Lewis: Nonlinear stability of a circular rotating liquid drop, The Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis 106 No. 4 (1989), 287-333.
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