I’ve just posted to the arXiv my paper “Finite time blowup for Lagrangian modifications of the three-dimensional Euler equation“. This paper is loosely in the spirit of… 1,210 more words

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#### Notes on the Nash embedding theorem

Throughout this post we shall always work in the smooth category, thus all manifolds, maps, coordinate charts, and functions are assumed to be smooth unless explicitly stated otherwise. 2,833 more words

#### Finite time blowup for high dimensional nonlinear wave systems with bounded smooth nonlinearity

I’ve just uploaded to the arXiv my paper Finite time blowup for high dimensional nonlinear wave systems with bounded smooth nonlinearity, submitted to Comm. PDE… 1,408 more words

#### Finite time blowup for a supercritical defocusing nonlinear wave system

I’ve just uploaded to the arXiv my paper Finite time blowup for a supercritical defocusing nonlinear wave system, submitted to Analysis and PDE. This paper was inspired by a question asked of me by Sergiu Klainerman recently, regarding whether there were any analogues of… 1,774 more words

#### Finite time blowup for an Euler-type equation in vorticity stream form

I’ve been meaning to return to fluids for some time now, in order to build upon my construction two years ago of a solution to an averaged Navier-Stokes equation that exhibited finite time blowup. 1,188 more words