Tadahiro (Choonghong) Oh
  • Chancellor's Fellow What is a Chancellor's Fellow?   &   Reader = tenured associate professor
  • Mailing Address:
    School of Mathematics
    The University of Edinburgh
    James Clerk Maxwell Building, Rm 4609
    The King's Buildings, Peter Guthrie Tait Road
    Edinburgh, EH9 3FD, United Kingdom

    Office: Rm 4609 JCMB
    e-mail: hiro.oh ed.ac.uk

        duck or rabbit?

        Oct. 2007
    Also, niece & nephew, Aug. 2014
    Mar. 2013, Oct. 2012, Dec. 2011

    Research | Brief CV | Publications | Talks | Teaching | Links

    Want to learn how to count? Cute movie on "Combinatorial Explosion" by National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Japan

    Maxwell Institute Graduate School in Analysis and its Applications (MIGSAA): Visit this website

    Projects by first year Ph.D. students in MIGSAA:   2015,   2016 no1,  2016 no2,   2017 no1,   2017 no2

    Teaching: Staff mail at UoE Academic CalendarMath info siteEASELearnPurePATH
     Spring 17:
    Probabilistic Perspectives in Nonlinear Dispersive PDEs (MIGSAA advanced Ph.D. course): Course webpage
    tutorials for Fundamentals of Pure Mathematics (FPM, MATH08064)
     Fall 16:   tutorials for Honours Differential Equations (HDEq, MATH10066, 2 sections)
     Spring 16:
    Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations (MATH11137), Dispersive Equations (MIGSAA advanced Ph.D. course): Course webpage
    tutorials for Fundamentals of Pure Mathematics (FPM, MATH08064, 2 sections)
     Fall 14: Introduction to Linear Algebra (ILA, MATH08057)
    tutorials for ILA (3 sections), Facets of Mathematics (MATH08068)
     Spring 14: tutorials for Proofs and Problem Solving (PPS, MATH08059, two-hour tutorial), Fourier Analysis (MATH10058), Honours Analysis (MATH10068, one-hour tutorial + two-hour Skills workshop)
     Fall 13:tutorials for Introduction to Linear Algebra (ILA, MATH08057, 2 sections), Accelerated Proofs and Problem Solving (APPS, MATH08071), Hilbert spaces (MATH10046)

    Research Interest: Analysis group at UoE
    Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations and Harmonic Analysis. In particular, study of (deterministic and stochastic) nonlinear dispersive Hamiltonian PDEs, using the techniques from PDEs, nonlinear Fourier analysis, and probability. Mainly, short and long time behavior of solutions such as well-posedness (existence, uniqueness, and stability of solutions) in both deterministic and probabilistic settings, existence of invariant measures and their properties, solitons, growth of higher Sobolev norms related to weak turbulence, etc. Also, interested in multilinear integral/pseudodifferential operators.
    Seminars:Analysis Seminar,   UoE seminars,   MI events,   ICMS events, London Analysis and Probability Seminar,   Paris-London Analysis Seminar


    For published papers, please obtain copies from corresponding journals. Preprints on arXiv may not be up-to-date. Book: Notes:

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