Written Work

Publications (Scholar profile here)

 A. Erlich, D. E. Moulton, A. Goriely. Are homeostatic states stable? Dynamical stability in morphoelasticity. Submitted March 2018.

[arXiv preprint here]

 A. Erlich, R. Howell, A. Goriely, R. Chirat, D.E. Moulton. Mechanical feedback in seashell growth and form. The ANZIAM Journal, 1-26. doi:10.1017/S1446181118000019

[preprint here | publisher link here]

A. Erlich, D. E. Moulton, A. Goriely, R. Chirat. Morphomechanics and developmental constraints in the evolution of ammonites shell form. J. Exp. Zool. (Mol. Dev. Evol.) 00B:1–14

[preprint here | publisher link here | see recent talk here]

NEW: Featured in Scientific American April 2018 here!

A. Erlich, Th. Lessinnes, D. E. Moulton, A. Goriely. A short introduction to morphoelasticity: the mechanics of growing elastic tissues. This book chapter appeared in: Extremely deformable structures. Edited by D. Bigoni, Springer, 2015, p. 269-297.

[preprint here | publisher link here | more info here]

Conference proceedings

Sept 2017 G. Nye, I. L. Chernyavsky, A. Erlich, O. E. Jensen, R. Lewis, E. Johnstone, P. Brownbill. A novel oxygen sampling method in perfused ex vivo human placentas to understand the pathogenesis of fetal growth restriction. IFPA conference, Manchester 2017. Abstract published here.
Nov 2015 A. Erlich. Growth laws in morphoelasticity. Oberwolfach Workshop on Mathematics of Differential Growth, Morphogenesis, and Pattern Selection. Oberwolfach, Germany, 2015. Report booklet here.

Thesis work

Jul 2013 A study of seashell morphogenesis and its antimarginal ornamentation. Oxford. DTC ten week research project supervised by Dr. Derek Moulton and Prof. Alain Goriely.

[preprint here | more info here]

Apr 2012 Instabilities in Dilute Suspension of Self-Propelled Microscopic Swimmers. Cambridge. Part III essay supervised by Prof. Raymond E. Goldstein.

[preprint here]

Aug 2010 Melnikov’s Method and the transition to chaotic behaviour in Cardan-mounted Euler tops. Bremen. Undergraduate thesis supervised by Prof. Peter Richter.

[preprint here | more info here]