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Asst. Prof. Dr. Pairote Satiracoo

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (Mathematics), University of Warwick UK

Office : M 204/2

Tel : 0-2201-5345

Fax : 0-2201-5343

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  • B.Sc. (Mathematics) Mahidol University 1998
  • M.Sc.(Mathematics) the University of Warwick 1999
  • Ph.D.(Mathematics) the University of Warwick 2003
  • M.Sc. (Actuarial Science) Heriot-Watt University 2017


Research Interests

  1. Mathematical modelling of complex systems – The objective is to develop mathematical models in signal transduction processes. Specifically, the models involve the dynamics of ligand-induced intracellular calcium. Qualitative analyses of nonlinear systems are main tools for investigating in this study.
  2. Qualitative analysis of nonlinear systems
  3. 3. Financial mathematics and related areas.


Recent Publications

  1. Phat VN, Satiracoo P. Global stabilization of linear periodically time-varying switched systems via matrix inequalities. J Control Theory Appl Feb 2006;4(1):26-31
  2. Phat Vu, Satiracoo P. Exponential stability of switched linear systems with time-varying delay. Electron J Differential 2007; 159:1-10.
  3. Suebcharoen T, Satiracoo P. and Wake, Graeme C. Distributed delay logistic equations with harvesting. Differential Integral Equations 2009; vol. 22 no. 3-4 , 321— 337.
  4. Baowan D, Chayantrakom K, Satiracoo P and Cox B.J. Mathematical modelling for equilibrium configurations of concentric gold nanoparticles as potential application in drug and gene delivery. Journal of Mathematical Chemistry 2011; 49 , 1042-1053
  5. Sukchom W, Chayantrakom K, Satiracoo P, and Baowan D. Three Possible Encapsulation Mechanics of TiO2 Nanoparticles into Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes. Journal of Nanomaterials 2011; vol. 2011.
  6. Prathumwan D, Lenbury Y, Satiracoo P and Rattanakul, C. Euler-Maruyama approximation and maximum likelihood estimator for a stochastic differential equation model of the signal transduction process. International Journal of Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 2012; 6 (2), 323-331.
  7. Sukchom W, Chayantrakom K, Satiracoo, P and Baowan D. Penetration of Carbon nanocylinder through a lipid bilayer. Southeast-Asian J. of Sciences: Vol. 2, No 1 (2013) pp. 87-100
  8. Satiracoo, P, Chayantrakom K, and Baowan D. Modelling hydrogen storage inside fullerences. Southeast-Asian J. of Sciences: Vol. 2, No 1 (2013) pp. 11-18.
  9. Satiracoo P, Pokethitiyook P, Lenbury Y, Potivichayanon S, Agarwal R P. Development, experimental validation and sensitivity analysis of a mathematical model of biofiltration for hydrogen sulfide removal. International Journal of Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 2013; 7, 657-665.
  10. Oonsupwilai P, Satiracoo P. and Costa R. A. A. d. Analyzing the Dual Long Memory in Thailand Stock Market. Proceedings of International Conference on Applied Statistic
  11. Yokrattanasak J., De Gaetano A., Panunzi S., Satiracoo P., Lawton W.M., Lenbury Y. A simple, realistic stochastic model of Gastric Emptying. PloS ONE 2016; Vol 11, Issue 4. Art No. e0153297.
  12. 12. Suksamran, J., Lenbury, Y., Satiracoo, P., Rattanakul, C. A model for porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome with time-dependent infection rate: traveling wave solution. Advances in Difference Equations 2017.


Current Courses Taught

  • SCIM 205 Mathematics for Finance and Economics
  • SCMA 375 Practical Mathematical Financial Modeling
  • SCMA 469 Actuarial Statistics
  • SCMA 470 Risk Analysis and Credibility