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Jeremy Louis Marzuola

Office: Phillips Hall 324 D
Office Hours for Fall 2014: T: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM, Th 1:00-2:00 PM, F: 10:00-11:00 AM
Department Phone: +001 (919) 962-1294
Department Fax: +001 (919) 962-2568
E-Mail: marzuola "at" math "dot" unc "dot" edu

Department of Mathematics
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
CB #3250, Phillips Hall
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
USA



Analysis Seminar and Departmental Colloquia:

  • Analysis Seminar Schedule: co-organized with Hans Christianson and Jason Metcalfe held typically Wednesday afternoons from 4-5pm in Phillips Hall 381.

  • Colloquium Schedule: held Thursday afternoons from 4-5pm in Phillips Hall 332.


    Conferences Organized (most recent first):

  • Dynamics in Geometric Dispersive Equations and the Effects of Trapping, Scattering and Weak Turbulence: co-organized with Stephen Gustafson and Daniel Tataru to be held at the Banff International Research Station May 4-9, 2014.

  • UNC PDE Mini-Schools: A series of 3 mini-courses for graduate students given in 2013-2014 at UNC co-organized with Hans Christianson and Jason Metcalfe.

  • A Conference on Partial Differential Equations - Analytic and Geometric Aspects: co-organized with Hans Christianson and Anna Mazzucato in honor of Michael Taylor's 65th Birthday, held July 16-20, 2012.

  • AMS Special Session on Nonlinear Dispersive Equations: co-organized with Sarah Raynor and Gideon Simpson held September 24-25, 2011.

  • ICIAM minisymposium on Dispersive Partial Differential Equations in Mathematical Physics: co-organized with Stephen Gustafson, Jason Metcalfe, Tai-Peng Tsai and Ian Zwiers held July 18-22, 2011.

  • SIAM minisymposium on Modulation of Nonlinear Solutions in Dispersive Partial Differential Equations: co-organized with Justin Holmer and Gideon Simpson held August 16-19, 2010.

  • AMS Special Session on Nonlinear Dispersive Equations: co-organized with Sebastian Herr held April 25-26, 2009.

  • Nonlinear Structures Arising in Dispersive Partial Differential Equations: co-organized with Herbert Koch held March 2-6, 2009.


    Professional:

  • CV (PDF)

    Teaching:

  • Math 383 and Lab - Fall 2014 (Course Web-page)
  • Math 547 - Spring 2014 (Course Web-page)
  • Math 754 - Spring 2014 (Course Web-page)
  • Math 547 - Fall 2013 (Course Web-page)
  • Lectures on Nonlinear Waves - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Summer 2013 (Course Web-page)
  • Math 547 - Spring 2013 (Course Web-page)
  • Nonlinear Waves: Analysis & Numerics - Universität Bielefeld - Summer 2012 (Course Web-page)
  • Math 89 - Spring 2012 (Course Web-page)
  • Math 751 - Fall 2011 (Course Web-page)
  • Math 383 - Fall 2011 (Course Web-page)
  • Math 564 - Spring 2011 (Course Web-page)
  • Math 383 - Fall 2010 (Course Web-page)
  • APMA 4001 - Spring 2010 (Course Web-page)
  • APMA 6302 - Fall 2009 (Course Web-page)

  • Under/Graduate Student Projects:

  • Matt Harris (Master's Degree Awarded May 2013, currently a consultant at IBM) - Master's Thesis on "Numerically Computing Bound States" - Note, techniques are all correct and applicable, but the geometric potential in H^2 takes an attractive character in the simulations and it should take a repulsive character. This should suggest interesting calculations in higher dimensional H^{n+1} spaces.
  • David Webb (Current Ph.D. Student) - Nonlinear Dirac Equations
  • Quentin Robinson (Current Ph.D. Student) - Periodic Capillary and Internal Waves in Fluids
  • Nathan Vaughn (Current Undergrad Researcher) - Bifurcations in Thin-Film Traveling Waves

  • About Me:

    I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma in 2002, where I wrote an undergraduate thesis on Numerical Semigroups with Professor Andy Miller. Then, I went to UC-Berkeley where I finished my Ph.D. working with Professor Daniel Tataru in 2007. My thesis topic was the asymptotic behavior of solutions to the Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation (NLSE).

    From 2007-2008 and 2009-2010, I was at Columbia University as a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellow working with Professor Michael Weinstein. However, I spent the academic year 2008-2009 as a Hausdorff Center Postdoc with Professor Herbert Koch at the University of Bonn.

    Presently, I am an Assistant Professor in the Analysis Group at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where I am lucky enough to study/discuss PDE using tools from microlocal analysis almost every day with my colleagues Hans Christianson, Jason Metcalfe, Michael Taylor and Mark Williams. In addition, I get to talk about models, applications and numerics with Chris Jones as well as members of our Applied Fluids Group such as Roberto Camassa and Rich McLaughlin.

    My research interests lie mainly in phenomenological descriptions of solutions to linear/nonlinear PDE's related to quantum mechanics and other physical models that give rise to Hamiltonian structure.

    Research supported in part by NSF Applied Math Grant DMS-1312874 and NSF CAREER Grant DMS-1352353.


    Research Topics:

    Soliton existence/stability, well-posedness, scattering theory, spectral theory, Strichartz/dispersive estimates, microlocal analysis, properties of eigenfunctions on billiards, classical dynamics descriptions of PDE solutions, numerical simulations, asymptotic analysis.


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    This page was stolen from Ronald van Luijk (thanks!) and last modified at August 16th, 2007.