# Julienne Kabre

**Postdoctoral Associate**
**Education**:

Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology, 2017 (Advisor: X.Li).

M.S., University of Ouagadougou, 1998.

B.S., University of Ouagadougou, 1995.

**Biography**:

Dr. Kabre joined the Baylor Mathematics Department in August 2018. Prior to coming to Baylor she conducted research in the US Air Force Institute of Technology at WPAFB, Ohio, as a research associate for one year. Dr. Kabre is originally from the West African country, Burkina Faso , where she taught and mentored high school students after receiving bachelor and master’s degrees in mathematics. She has been interested in applied and computational mathematics, especially those related to the solutions of singular partial differential equations..

**Academic Interests and Research**:

Dr. Kabre’s research area is in numerical PDEs. More specifically designing physics preserving schemes for nonlinear PDEs.

**Publications**:

1) Authors: Allen Flavell, Julienne Kabre, Xiaofan Li.
Title:

*An energy preserving discretization for the Poisson-Nernst-Planck equations*. J. Comput Electron (2017) 16: 431.

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2) Authors: Allen Flavell, Michael Machen, Bob Eisenberg, Julienne Kabre, Chun Liu, Xiaofan Li
Title:

*A conservative finite difference scheme for Poisson-Nernst-Planck equations*
J Comput Electron (2014) 13:235-249 DOI 10.1007/s10825-013-0506-3

3) Authors: Kabre Julienne, LeSuer J. Robert
Title:

*Modeling Diffusion of Tin into the Mesoporous Titanium Dioxide layer of a Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell Photoanode*. J. Phys Chem. C. 2012, 116 (34), PP 18327-18333 DOI.10.1021/j.p 306 1366 (August 15, 2012).

**Teaching at Baylor**:

Math 1321-Calculus I (F2F)
Math 1321-Calculus I (online)
Math 3326-Partial Differential Equations