Dr. Ensela Mema

Assistant Professor
Ensela.Mema@westpoint.edu

Biography


Currently teaching: MA365 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers/Scientists

Ongoing Research Projects


Modeling Social Inspiration for Physical Fitness with Differential Equations

Thin film isotropic dielectrowetting model of nematic liquid crystal films

Publications & Presentations


Publications

E. Mema, L. Kondic, and L.J. Cummings, Director gliding in a nematic liquid crystal layer: Quantitative comparison with experiments, Physics Review E, 97, 032704, (2018)

E. Mema, L. Kondic, and L.J. Cummings, Effects of flexoelectricity and weak anchoring on a Freedericksz transition cell, Physical Review E, 95, 012701, (2017)

E. Mema, L. Kondic, and L.J. Cummings, Substrate-induced gliding in a nematic liquid crystal layer, Physical Review E, 92, 062513, (2015)

T.G. Anderson, E. Mema, L. Kondic, and L.J. Cummings, Transitions in Poiseuille flow of nematic liquid crystal, International Journal of Nonlinear Mechanics, 75, 15-21, (2015)

L.J. Cummings, E. Mema, C. Cai, and L. Kondic, Electric-field variations within a nematic-liquid-crystal layer, Physical Review E, 90, 012503, (2014)

Coffield Jr., D.J., Spagnuolo, A.M., Shillor, M., Mema, E., Pell, B., Pruzinsky, A., Zetye, A., “A model for Chagas disease with oral and congenital transmission.” PLoS ONE, 8(6), art. No. e67267, (2013)