I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (in Minneapolis, MN) in residency during the thematic program on Infinite Dimensional and Stochastic Dynamical Systems.
I am a recent graduate of the Ph.D. program in Mathematics at the University of Toronto. My Ph.D. advisers in Toronto were Prof. James Colliander (University of Toronto), and Prof. Tadahiro Oh (Princeton University).
Starting next year (2013-2015/16) I will become a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Rochester.
Nonlinear dispersive PDEs and harmonic analysis. PDE techniques which combine nonlinear Fourier analysis with ideas from probability theory and the theory of dynamical systems. Topics include: invariant measures for Hamiltonian PDEs, stochastic PDEs, analysis of blow-up solutions.
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications
University of Minnesota
306 Lind Hall, 207 Church Street SE
Minneapolis, MN, USA, 55455
Office: Lind 422
E-mail: geordie AT ima.umn.edu