Sijue Wu

Office Phone: (734) 764-6898

Title: Professor


I am a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at University of Michigan. I was trained as a harmonic analyst, later on moved into the subject of nonlinear partial differential equations. I have worked on nonlinear PDEs from fluid dynamics, including the Euler equations, the vortex sheets and water waves. My current focus is on understanding the singularities in surface waves.

Ph.D Students:

Siddhant Agrawal (current)
Qingtang Su (current)

Former Ph.D Students:

Jennifer Beichman (Ph.D 2013, postdoc at U. Wisconsin, Madison)
Rafe Kinsey (Ph.D 2014, Spark, NYC)
Nathan Totz (Ph.D 2011, postdoc at Umass, Amherst.)

A conference in honor of R. Coifman, P. Jones and V. Rokhlin: Challenges in Geometry, Analysis and Computation

Teaching, Fall 2015

Math 555: Applied Complex Analysis

Teaching, 2014-15

Math 656: Introduction to Partial Differential Equations

Math 657: Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations

Green functions