|School of Mathematics|
686 Cherry Street
Atlanta, GA 30332
Office: Skiles 259
Office phone: (404)894-3949
Spring 2017 Teaching:
Math 6342: Partial Differential Equations II
Office hours: Wed 3-4 and Thurs 3-4, or by appointment
E-mail: yaoyao [at] math.gatech.edu
I am an assistant professor at School of Mathematics, Georgia Tech. I am interested in the mathematical analysis of nonlinear PDEs arising from fluid mechanics and mathematical biology. Here is my CV.|
Before coming to Atlanta, I was a postdoc at University of Wisconsin, Madison, and my mentors are Alexander Kiselev and Andrej Zlatoš. I got my Ph.D. degree in Jun 2012 from UCLA, under the supervision of Inwon Kim.
My research is partially supported by NSF Grant DMS-1411857.
During the summer of 2013, I mentored two undergraduate research projects at the Analysis and Differential Equation REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) at UW-Madison. One project is on chemotaxis in fluid (led by Alexander Kiselev), and the other one is on magnetocapillary swimming (led by Saverio Spagnolie). Below are the papers resulted from these two projects.