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Institute of Mathematical Sciences
York, NY 10012
I am a Courant
Instructor at NYU. I received my PhD. in
June, 2003 from the University of California,
advisor was Tom Sideris. My thesis title was Global Existence for
3D Nonlinear Incompressible Elastodynamics as a Limit
of Slightly Compressible Materials.
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As a Courant
Instructor I have previously taught Calculus I, Pre-calculus, Vector Calculus
and Partial Differential Equations.
Current students can access information about my courses on
work is partially funded by NSF grant DMS-0600668
Publications and works in
“ Coil-Stretch Transistions and Mixing in a Viscoelastic Fluid.” In
“Emergence of Singular
Structures in Oldroyd-B Fluids.” Submitted 2006.
“Elastic waves in
exterior domains, Part II: Global existence with a null structure.”
Submitted 2006. (ArXiv: math.AP/0605110)
- (with Sideris, T.) “Global
Existence for 3D Incompressible Isotropic Elastodynamics.”
Accepted for publication, Comm. Pure Appl.
Math. 2006. (preprint)
- (with Sideris, T.) “Local
Energy Decay for Solutions of Multi-Dimensional Isotropic Symmetric
Hyperbolic Systems.” Accepted for publication, J. Hyperbolic Differ. Equ. 2006. (preprint)
- (with Morawetz, C.S.) “A
Decay Theorem for Some Symmetric Hyperbolic Systems.” J. Hyperbolic
Differ. Equ. 3 (2006)
- (with Sideris, T.) “
Global Existence For 3D Incompressible Isotropic Elastodynamics
Via the Incompressible Limit.” Comm. Pure Appl.
Math. 58 (2005) no. 6, 750-788. (mathscinet)
- (with Sideris, T. and Wang, D.) “ Long Time Behavior of Solutions to
the 3D Compressible Euler Equations with Damping” Comm. Partial
Differential Equations 28 (2003), no. 3-4, 796-816.(mathscinet)