Dynamical systems, monotone flows, autonomous convergence, chemical reaction networks.
English (native speaker), Vietnamese (working proficiency), French (limited working proficiency), Spanish (elementary proficiency)
University College, London 2004 – 2008
PhD in Mathematics
Imperial College, London 2001 – 2004
BSc in Physics with Theoretical Physics (first class honours)
A computational approach to persistence, permanence, and endotacticity of biochemical reaction systems, Matthew D. Johnston, Casian Pantea and Pete Donnell, Journal of Mathematical Biology (2016), 72, 467–498.
CoNtRol: an open source framework for the analysis of chemical reaction networks, Pete Donnell, Murad Banaji, Anca Marginean and Casian Pantea, Bioinformatics (2014), 30(11), 1633–1634.
Local and Global Stability of Equilibria for a Class of Chemical Reaction Networks, Pete Donnell and Murad Banaji, SIAM J. Appl. Dyn. Syst. (2013), 12(2), 899–920.
Monotone dynamics of two cells dynamically coupled by a voltage-dependent gap junction, Pete Donnell, Stephen Baigent and Murad Banaji, Journal of Theoretical Biology (2009), 261(1), 120–125.
Stability in generic mitochondrial models, Pete Donnell, Murad Banaji and Stephen Baigent, Journal of Mathematical Chemistry (2009), 46(2), 322–339.
Matrix Properties, Injectivity, and Stability in Chemical Reaction Systems, Murad Banaji, Pete Donnell and Stephen Baigent, SIAM J. Appl. Math. (2007), 67(6), 15231547.