Sung-Jin Oh

Research Expertise and Interest

mathematical analysis, nonlinear partial differential equations

Research Description

Sung-Jin Oh is an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics.  He is interested in geometric PDEs, especially those which originate from physics. He enjoys thinking about these PDEs since their understanding requires combining ideas from a diverse range of fields, such as harmonic analysis, differential geometry and physics. Specific equations that he has considered so far include the Yang-Mills equations, Einstein equations, various Chern-Simons theories, wave maps, incompressible Euler equations and incompressible extended MHD equations.

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Nine young faculty named 2020 Sloan Fellows

Nine young faculty members at UC Berkeley have been awarded a Sloan Research Fellowship, an honor given yearly to the brightest up-and-coming scientists in the United States and Canada.
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