Dr. Andrew R. Roosen, Mathematician

This is my research hat. My Ph.D. is in mathematics from Rutgers University where I studied under Jean Taylor. I haven't proven any theorems since then, however, so you might say I'm a lapsed mathematician.

Here's a list of my research interests, past and present, in no particular order. All of them have relied heavily on the efforts of collaborators:

List of publications:

Online versions available for linked publications.
  1. Andrew Roosen and Jean E. Taylor. ``Simulation of crystal growth with faceted interfaces''. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 237, 25-36, 1991.
  2. Andrew Roosen. ``Simulation of crystal growth using fully faceted interfaces''. In Jean E. Taylor, editor, Computational Crystal Growers Workshop, Selected Lectures in Mathematics, American Mathematical Society, 1992.
  3. Andrew Roosen and Jean E. Taylor. ``Modeling crystal growth in a diffusion field using fully-faceted interfaces''. Journal of Computational Physics, 114, 113-128, 1994.
  4. W. C. Carter, A. R. Roosen, J. W. Cahn and J. E. Taylor. ``Shape evolution by surface diffusion and surface attachment limited kinetics on completely faceted surfaces''. Acta Metallurgica et Materialia, 43, 4309-4323, 1995.
  5. L. H. Swartz, S. C. Glotzer, D. E. Hall, A. R. Roosen and J. A. Warren . ``Materials science in the information age''. Technology in Society, 18, 151-164, 1996.
  6. J-H. Choi, D-H. Kim, B. J. Hockey, S. M. Weiderhorn, C. A. Handwerker, J. E. Blendell, W. C. Carter and A. R. Roosen. ``The equilibrium shape of cavities in sapphire''. Journal of the American Ceramics Society, 80, 62-68, 1997.
  7. A. R. Roosen, R. P. McCormack, W. C. Carter. ``Wulffman: A Tool for the calculation and display of crystal shapes''. Computational Materials Science, 11(1), 16-26, 1998.
  8. J. A. Warren, W. J. Boettinger and A. R. Roosen. ``Modeling Reactive Wetting''.  Acta Materialia, 46(9), 3247-3264, 1998.
  9. A. R. Roosen and W. C. Carter. ``Simulations of Microstructural Evolution: Anisotropic Growth and Coarsening''. Physica A, 261(1-2), 232-247, 1998.