## Sara Maad SasaneI am a senior lecturer at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, LTH at Lund University. |

Postal address | Visiting address | Phone | |
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Centre for Mathematical Sciences Box 118 SE - 221 00 Lund Sweden |
Room 454C Matematikcentrum Sölvegatan 18 |
saramaths.lth.se |
+46-46-222 05 19 |

- In spring 2013 I am teaching Calculus in several variables for E1.
- In autumn 2013 I will teach Calculus in several variables for Bi2, L2, V2.

- Critical Point Theory with Applications to Semilinear Problems Without Compactness. Uppsala Dissertations in Mathematics 23, Department of Mathematics, Uppsala University, 2002.

- S. Maad Sasane and A. Sasane: Generators for rings of compactly supported distributions, accepted in Integral Equations and Operator Theory (2010). arXiv:1004.0927v1 [math.FA]
- G. Derks, S. Maad Sasane and B. Sandstede: Perturbations of embedded eigenvalues for the planar bilaplacian, Journal of Functional Analysis (2010). arXiv:1009.0409v1 [math.FA]
- S. Agmon, I. Herbst and S. Maad Sasane: Persistence of embedded eigenvalues, to appear in Journal of Functional Analysis (2010) arXiv:1008.2099v1 [math.FA]
- I. Lasiecka, S. Maad and A. Sasane: Existence and exponential decay of solutions to a quasilinear thermoelastic plate system. NoDEA 15 (2008), 689-715. pdf
- G. Derks, S. Maad and B. Sandstede: Perturbations of embedded eigenvalues for the bilaplacian on a cylinder, Discrete Contin. Dyn. Syst. 23 (2008), 801-821. pdf
- S. Maad: Nonlinear eigenvalue problems for even functionals. Applicable Analysis 86 (2007), 829-849. pdf
- S. Maad: Infinitely many solutions of a semilinear problem for the Heisenberg Laplacian on the Heisenberg group. Manuscripta Math. 116 (2005) 357-384. pdf
- S. Maad: A semilinear problem for the Heisenberg Laplacian on unbounded domains. Canadian J. Math. 57 no. 6 (2005) 1279-1290.
- S. Maad: Infinitely many solutions of a symmetric semilinear elliptic equation on an unbounded domain. Ark. Mat. 41 (2003) 105-114. pdf

Last updated on 27 February 2013.