Montie S. Avery, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
Boston University College of Arts and Sciences
Mathematics and Statistics

I am an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Boston University working with Margaret Beck. My research is focused on front dynamics and diffusive stability of coherent structures. I am broadly interested in pattern formation and dynamics of partial differential equations. I received my PhD from the University of Minnesota in June 2022, where my advisor was Arnd Scheel.

I am co-organizing the Boston University Dynamical Systems Seminar together with Ryan Goh and Jonathan Jaquette.

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  1. Avery M, Scheel A. Universal selection of pulled fronts. Communications of the American Mathematical Society. 2022; (05):172-231.
  2. Avery M, Scheel A. Asymptotic stability of critical pulled fronts via resolvent expansions near the essential spectrum. SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis. 2021; 53(2):2206-2242.
  3. Avery M, Dedina C, Smith A, Scheel A. Instability in large bounded domains—branched versus unbranched resonances. Nonlinearity. 2021; 34(11).
  4. Avery M, Scheel A. Sharp Decay Rates for Localized Perturbations to the Critical Front in the Ginzburg–Landau Equation. Journal of Dynamics and Differential Equations. 2021; 1-36.
  5. Ankney N, Avery M, Khain T, Scheel A. Pinning and depinning: From periodic to chaotic and random media. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science. 2019; 29(1).
  6. Avery M, Goh R, Goodloe O, Milewski A, Scheel A. Growing stripes, with and without wrinkles. SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems. 2019; 18(2):1078-1117.

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