Heather L. Wilson
Department of Mathematics
Box 8205, NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-8205
Advisor: Dr. Ralph Smith
I am orginally from Florida which is where I did my undergraduate work at the University of Central Florida .
I am currently a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics at North Carolina State University. I plan to graduate with a Ph.D. in applied mathematics in August 2009.
I am working under Dr. Ralph Smith on modeling carbon nanotube infused polyimides.
I am currently being funded by the SMART Fellowship. Upon graduation I will be working in Newport, RI with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center.
Fellowships and Research Support
- NUWC Intern, Newport, RI May 2008-Aug 2008
- Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Ralph Smith, NC State University, Aug 2005-Aug 2007
- NREIP Intern, Newport, RI, May 2005-Aug 2005
Publications and Presentations
- A.J. Hull and H.L. Wilson , "An Estimate of the Low Wavenumber Axisymmetric Flow-Induced Forces on a Fat Line Towed Array," NUWC Technical Report 11714, October 2005, Naval Undersea Warfare Center , Newport, RI.
- Andrew J. Hull and Heather L. Wilson, "An Estimate of the Low-Wavenumber, Axisymmetric, Flow-Induced Forces for a Fat-Line Towed Array," U.S. Navy Journal of Underwater Acoustics,Volume 56, No. 2, April 2006, pp. 367-386.
- H. Wilson, S. Banda, R.C. Smith, and Z. Ounaies, "A Continuum Model for Carbon Nanotube-Infused Polyimides," CRSC Tech Report, TR09-05, Feb 2009.
- "A Continuum Model for Carbon Nanotube-Infused Polyimides," SPIE Conference, San Diego, [7289-39] S8, March 8-12, 2009.
Last modified: August 13, 2009