Educational Background

  • Ph.D. Mathematics UNC Chapel Hill
  • M.A. Mathematics University of South Florida
  • B.S./B.A. Chemistry/Mathematics University of South Florida
  • B.A. Anthropology/Psychology University of Louisville

Research Interests

  • Applied Mathematics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Biofluids, Biomechanics, Mathematical Modeling
  • Much of my work focuses on interactions between organisms and their fluid environments and studying physical constraints on biological systems. 

Selected Publications

C. Hamlet, L. Fauci, E. Tytell, The effect of intrinsic muscular nonlinearities on the energeticsof locomotion in a computational model of an anguilliform swimmer, J. of Theo. Bio., 2015, 385,119-129.

R. L. Brown, E. Camacho, E. G. Cameron, C. Hamlet, K. Homan, H.-W. Kang, P. R. Robinson,K. Williams , and G. R.Wyrick, A stochastic model of the melanopsin phototransduction cascade,in The IMA Volumes on Mathematics and its Applications: Applications of Dynamical Systems in Biology and Medicine, 2015, 158, 175-195.

C. Hamlet, L. Miller, Effects of grouping behavior, pulse timing and organism size on fluidflow around the upside-down jellyfish, Cassiopea sp., in Biological Fluid Dynamics: Modeling,Computation, and Applications, Contemporary Mathematics, American Mathematical Society, 2014,628, 173-187.

C. Hamlet, L. Miller, T. Rodriguez, A. Santhanakrishnan, The fluid dynamics of feeding in the upside-down jellyfish, in The IMA Volumes on Mathematics and its Applications: NaturalLocomotion in Fluids and Surfaces, 2012, 155, 35-51.

C. Hamlet, L. A. Miller, Feeding currents of the upside-down jellyfish in the presence of backgroundflow", Bull. Math. Bio., 2012, 74(11), 2547-2569.

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