# Terry E. Moschandreou

Dr. Terry E. Moschandreou is a professor in mathematics at the University of Western Ontario in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences where he has taught for several years. He received his PhD degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Western Ontario in 1996. The greater part of his professional life has been spent at the University of Western Ontario(teaching 8 years mathematics and fluid dynamics courses) and Fanshawe College in London (where he has taught physics courses), Ontario, Canada. Dr. Moschandreou is also currently working for Thames Valley District School Board in London Ontario Canada, where he teaches elementary students Mathematics and Science. For a short period, he worked at the National Technical University of Athens, Greece. Dr. Moschandreou is the author of several research articles in blood flow and oxygen transport in the microcirculation, general fluid dynamics, and theory of differential equations. Also, he has contributed to the field of finite element modeling of the upper airways in sleep apnea as well as surgical brain deformation modeling. More recently, he has been working with the partial differential equations of multiphase flow and level set methods as used in fluid dynamics. Finally he proposes to have a solution to the Millennium Prize Problem(main findings submitted in the period 2018-2022) for the breakdown of solutions to the Periodic Navier Stokes equations on the 3-Torus.