Areas of Expertise
Mathematical modelling in biology and engineering; optimal control; stochastic modeling; solution methods for PDEs
Current Interests and Activities
My current research activities include modelling in the following areas.
- 1. Epidemiology that involves infectious diseases in farm animals and antimicrobial-resistant bacteria in hospital environments.
- 2. Bioengineering with topics related to drug and nanoparticle spread.
- 3. Civil engineering with topics devoted to investigating structures like buried pipelines or road structures.
- 4. Numerical methods for solving higher-order partial differential equations and fractional differential equations.
Normally, most of my modeling investigations involve model and mechanism development based on ODEs and PDEs, theoretical findings, numerical simulation techniques, optimal control approach, and stochastic effects. Some explorations in engineering may also involve error investigations and solution methods such as finite elements and collocation methods
- Chamchod F. and Beier J. C. (2013) Modeling Plasmodium vivax: relapses, treatment, seasonality and G6PD deficiency. J. Theor. Biol. 6:25-34
- Chamchod F. and Ruan S. (2012) Modeling methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus: transmission dynamics, antibiotic usage and its history. Theor. Biol. Med Model. 9:25
- Chamchod F. and Britton N. F. (2012) On the dynamics of a two-strain influenza model with isolation. Math. Model. Nat. Phenom. 7:49-61.
- Chamchod F. and Ruan S. (2012) Modeling the spread of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in nursing homes for elderly. PLoS One. 7:e29757.
- Chamchod F. and Britton N. F. (2011) Analysis of a vector-bias model on malaria transmission. B. Math. Biol. 73:639-657.
- B.Sc.(Mathematics) Chaing Mai University, Thailand
- M.Sc.(Mathematics) University of Bath, United Kingdom
- Ph.D. (Mathematics) University of Bath, United Kingdom
- Postdoctoral Associate 2010-2012, University of Miami, USA.
- Lecturer 2012-present, Mahidol University, Thailand.