Jingyang Shu


  • I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Mathematics.
  • My advisor is Professor John K. Hunter. My research interests include wave propagation and nonlinear hyperbolic PDEs. Here is my CV.
  • I am co-organizing the Student-Run Math and Applied Math Seminar with David Weber.
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    Email: jyshu at (namely, "@") ucdavis dot (namely, ".") edu
    Office: MSB 2123
    Office Hours: can be found here
    Mailing Address: Department of Mathematics
    University of California, Davis
    One Shields Avenue
    Davis, 95616, CA, USA
    Site: http://math.ucdavis.edu/~shu



    Education:
    2019  (expected)      Ph.D. in MathematicsUniversity of California, Davis
    2016 M.A. in MathematicsUniversity of California, Davis
    2014 B.S. in Mathematics (Cum Laude)                Renmin University of China



    (Pre-)Publications:
    (Papers listed here might be more updated than the ArXiv version)

    1. Global Well-posedness of an Approximate Equation for SQG fronts, with J. K. HUNTER and Q. ZHANG. Preprint 2018.
    2. Local Well-posedness of an Approximate Equation for SQG Fronts, with J. K. HUNTER and Q. ZHANG. Submitted. Preprint 2018.
    3. Regularized and Approximate Equations for Sharp Fronts in the Surface Quasi-Geostrophic Equation and its Generalizations, with J. K. HUNTER. Nonlinearity. 31 (2018), no. 6, 2480--2517.



      Coursework:
      Current (2018SSII):
      No course

      Past:
      MAT 180 (Set Theory and the Continuum Hypothesis), MAT 201A, MAT 201B, MAT 201C, MAT 202, MAT 205A, MAT 205B, MAT 206 (audited), MAT 207A (audited), MAT 207B (audited), MAT 215A, MAT 218A, MAT 218B, MAT 218C, MAT 226A, MAT 228A, MAT 228B, MAT 235A, MAT 235B, MAT 240A, MAT 240B, MAT 250A, MAT 250B, MAT 280 (Nonlinear and Nonlocal Evolutionary Partial Differential Equations), MAT 280 (Introduction to Differential Geometry and General Relativity), MAT 390

      Others:
      MAT 298 (Group Reading, 2017F)
      - Introduction to PDEs and Waves for the Atmosphere and Ocean - Andrew J. Majda
      MAT 299 (Individual Study, 2015S-2016S)
      - Fourier Analysis - Javier Duoandikoetxea
      - Vorticity and Incompressible Flow - Andrew J. Majda, Andrea L. Bertozzi
      - Mathematical Tools for the Study of the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations and Related Models - Franck Boyer, Pierre Fabrie
      - Nonlinear Dispersive Equations: Local and Global Analysis - Terence Tao
      - Selected papers



      Teaching:
      Current (2018SSII):
      MAT 125B

      Past: (Course webpages are no longer maintained)
      Associate Instructor  MAT 16A (2015SSII), MAT 22B (2016SSI)
      Teaching Assistant  MAT 17B, MAT 21A, MAT 21B, MAT 21BH, MAT 21C, MAT 21D, MAT 118A, MAT 125A, MAT 201A, MAT 201B
      Lead TA  MAT 21C, MAT 22A, MAT 22B
      Reader  MAT 21C, MAT 22B



      Scribed Notes:
      An Introduction to Instabilities in Interfacial Fluid Dynamics (USC Summer School on Mathmatical Fuilds, 2017)



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      Department of Mathematics

      Analysis of PDEs Preprint Server
      MathSciNet
      Dispersive Wiki
      Water Waves Wiki
      Tao's What's new blog
      Hunter's Teaching Page
      Taylor's Homepage

      The Internet Book on Fluid Dynamics
      Basics of Fluid Dynamics
      Fourier Analysis (UCLA MATH 247A)
      Fourier Analysis (UCLA MATH 247B)
      Harmonic Analysis in the Phase Plane (UCLA MATH 254A)
      Operator Semigroups and Dispersive Equations