A mountain of thanks goes to all those involved in the conferences, workshops, summer schools, etc. mentioned below, especially the organizers. I've doubtless learned a great deal from these experiences and recall them with affection.
(From left to right) Anne Bronzi, Adam Larios, Luis Miranda, Roberto Velho
Special thanks to UNICAMP and the organizers
Michael Jolly, Milton Lopes Filho, Anna Mazzucato, Helena Nussenzveig Lopes, Ricardo Rosa, and
This was the first conference I had ever attended as a graduate student. It was here that I met
This was the first conference I had ever attended as a graduate student. It was here that I metAnimikh Biswas and Edriss Titi. It was through conversations with them and Mike that the first part of my Ph.D. thesis, on studying the analyticity radius of solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations, was identified.
MSRI Summer School in Dispersive PDE, Summer 2014
Shout outs to Laura Cladek, Eric Cooper, Seckin Demirbas, Estapraq Kahlil, Nathan Lanfear, Grace Liu, Luby Lu, Chenyun Luo, Kevin Mathers, Dominic Mei, Beniada Shabani, Kevin Schenthal, Brian Streit, Ryan Thompson, Xiang Wan, Klaus Widmayer, Zhihui Xie, Kazuo Yamazaki
Special thanks to MSRI and our lecturers Natasha Pavlovic and Nikos Tzirakis
(From left to right) Sam Punshon-Smith, Aseel Farhat, Pooja Rao, Theo Drivas, Navid Constantinou, Yi-kang Shi
Special thanks to UCLA, IPAM, and the organizers Charles Doering, Gregory Eyink, Pascale Garaud, Michael Jolly, Keith Julien, and Beverley McKeon
Shout outs to Tobias Barker, Francesca Bernardi, Sara Daneri, Alexi Hoeft, Grzegorz Jamroz, Laura Keller, Omar Lazar, Keith Leitmeyer, Angel David Martinez, Benson Muite, Camilla Nobili, Christian Schulze, Laura Spinolo, Alberto Martin Zamora
Special thanks to the organizers Anna Mazzucato and Gianluca Crippa, and the lecturers Yann Brenier, Peter Constantin, Charlie Doering, and Alexander Kiselev
Special thanks to MFO, the organizers Peter Constantin, Susan Friedlander, Gregory Seregin, and Edriss Titi, and all the participants
At the time, Nathan Glatt-Holtz was still an assistant professor at Virginia Tech; we did not know that we would reconnect once again at Tulane just a year later. Our history actually goes back to my days as graduate student at IU. Nathan had started his Zorn post-doc fellowship in 2008 at IU-Bloomington with Roger Temam, the same year I started my graduate studies there. After Virginia Tech, Nathan later accepted a position at Tulane, while I was still a post-doc of Kun Zhao. I became Nathan's post-doc in my final year at Tulane from 2017-2018.
(From left to right) Navid Constantinou, Pooja Rao, Theo Drivas, Sam Punshon-Smith, Karen Zaya, David Goluskin
Special thanks to everyone who was a part of that workshop. It is perhaps the most memorable of the experiences I've had as a mathematician; the topics and discussions from my time spent at IPAM and the subsequent reunions continue to resonate deeply with my research interests and give it direction.
(From left to right) Padi Fuster (who I am co-advising for a PhD with Kun Zhao), Aram Bingham, Cooper Boniece, David Herzog, Nathan Glatt-Holtz
Special thanks to the ICMS, the organizers Susan Friedlander, Nathan Glatt-Holtz, Tadahiro Oh, Oana Pocovnicu, and Geordie Richards. The workshop was one of many firsts: as a post-doc of Nathan, having the pleasure of delivering a talk on my work in Data Assimilation to that large of an audience, and my first time traveling to Edinburgh. It was a wonderful experience all in all and the organizers did an excellent job in curating the speakers.
Shout outs to Hakima Bessaih, Luigi Amedeo Bianchi, Oleg Butkovsky, Jorge Cardona, Mario Maurelli, Martin Saal, Camila Nobili, Marco Romito, and Margherita Zanella.
Special thanks to the HIM, the organizers Luigi Amedeo Bianchi, Mario Maurelli, Margherita Zanella. I am grateful for all of the insightful discussions, as well as the warm welcome and support I received from the SPDE community.