Punit Gandhi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Grace E. Harris Hall, 1015 Floyd Ave., room 4177
Education
 Ph.D. in Physics, The University of California, Berkeley [Thesis: Localized States in Driven Dissipative Systems with TimePeriodic Modulation, Advisor: Edgar Knobloch]
 B.S. in Applied and Engineering Physics, Cornell University
Research Interests
Gandhi is an applied mathematician who studies the spontaneous emergence of patterns in space and time, and is particularly interested in how to use these patterns to learn about the systems that support them. He uses tools from dynamical systems and bifurcation theory, along with numerics, to develop and analyze conceptual models of complex systems with a particular focus on applications to biology and ecology.
Professional Appointments

2019Present, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, Virginia Commonwealth University

20162019, Postdoctoral Fellow, The Mathematical Biosciences Institute, The Ohio State University