J.L Doob Research Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1409 W. Green Street
Urbana, IL 61801
Office: Altgeld Hall 257
Office Hrs: M,W: 11am -12:30pm
WELCOME! I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the UIUC. At Illinois I have worked mostly with Professor Jared Bronski. Previously, I was a graduate student in math at Boston University and completed my thesis under the supervision of Professor Samuel Isaacson.
You can get more information in my CV.
My main research
interest is in Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) and general Applied Mathematics. I am also interested in understanding a lot of things through the lens of PDEs e.g.
geometry, topology etc. Lately, I've been thinking about stochastic reaction diffusion equations, Schrödinger operators, boundary value
problems and microlocal analysis.
Here are some papers:
- (With S. Isaacson) A Comparison of Bimolecular Reaction Models of Stochastic Reaction Diffusion Systems, Bull. Math. Biol. 76 (2014), no. 4, 922-946. [Journal Version] [arXiv version ]
- Rate of Convergence for Large Coupling Limits in Sobolev Spaces, [Submitted] [arXiv version ]
- Pseudodifferential Operators, Transmission Problems and the Large Coupling Limit, [Submitted] [arXiv version]
- (With J. Bronski) Emergence of Balance from a Model Of Social Dynamics, [Preprint] [arXiv version]
- A proof of a Parabolic Maximum Principle ( pdf )
This semester (Spring 2016) I am teaching MATH 234 (Business Calculus). Last semester I taught MATH 285 (Elementary ODEs). Prior to that, I taught MATH 489 (Dynamics and Chaos), MATH 442 (Introduction to PDEs) and MATH 444 (Elementary Real Analysis).
Students currently enrolled in MATH 234 and seeking information about the course can log into Blackboard and consult the relevant course material.
Be advised that this site is always under construction
Last update: Feb 22, 2016.