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Tuan N. Pham

Visiting Assistant Professor


Office: TMCB 316
Phone: 801-422-7873
E-mail: tuan.pham@mathematics.byu.edu

Postal address:
Department of Mathematics
275 TMCB Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah 84602 USA

Education:

Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, 2018
M.S. in Applied Mathematics, University of Orleans, France, 2012
B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Science, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 2010

Courses:

Research projects:

My research areas are in Partial Differential Equations, Stochastic Processes, Fluid Mechanics, and Numerical Analysis. The main theme of my research is the regularity of the Navier-Stokes Equations. My recent publications address the symbiotic relations between the Navier-Stokes equations and the associated branching processes. A brief desciption of my research agenda is here.
Publications:
  • Radu Dascaliuc, Tuan Pham and Enrique Thomann: "On Le Jan-Sznitman's stochastic approach to the Navier-Stokes equations'' (submitted, available online at arXiv:1910.05500).
  • Radu Dascaliuc, Tuan Pham, Enrique Thomann, and Edward Waymire: "Doubly Stochastic Yule Cascades (Part I): The explosion problem in the time-reversible case" (submitted, available online at arXiv:2103.06912).
  • Radu Dascaliuc, Tuan Pham, Enrique Thomann, and Edward Waymire: "Doubly Stochastic Yule Cascades (Part II): The explosion problem in the non-reversible case" (submitted, available online at arXiv:2107.13182).
  • Tuan Pham: "Global regularity criteria for the Navier-Stokes equations based on one approximate solution" (submitted, available online at arXiv:1910.05501).
  • Tuan Pham and Vladimir Sverak: "Minimal blow-up data for potential Navier-Stokes singularities in the half space" (in preparation).
  • Tuan Pham: "On the explosion problem of nonhomogeneous Yule cascades" (in preparation).
  • Tuan Pham: "Conservation of frequencies and the global regularity of the Navier-Stokes equations" (in preparation).
  • Tuan Pham: "Topics on the regularity theory of the Navier-Stokes equations" PhD thesis 2018.

Notes:

  • Seminar lecture notes are here.
  • My old website at the Oregon State University is here.
  • My old website at the University of Minnesota is here.



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