Math @ Duke
Alexander A. Kiselev, William T. Laprade Distinguished Professor
My current research interests focus on mathematical fluid mechanics and mathematical biology.
In the past, I have also worked on reaction-diffusion equations and spectral theory of Schredinger operators.
- Contact Info:
|Ph.D.||California Institute of Technology||1997|
- Biology--Mathematical models • Fluid mechanics • Reaction-diffusion equations • Spectral theory (Mathematics)
- Recent Publications
- Kiselev, A; Tan, C, The Flow of Polynomial Roots Under Differentiation,
Annals of Pde, vol. 8 no. 2
(December, 2022) [doi] [abs]
- Gong, Y; He, S; Kiselev, A, Random Search in Fluid Flow Aided by Chemotaxis.,
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, vol. 84 no. 7
pp. 71 [doi] [abs]
- Kiselev, A; Luo, X, On nonexistence of splash singularities for the $α$-SQG patches
(November, 2021) [abs]
- He, S; Kiselev, A, Boundary layer models of the Hou-Luo scenario,
Journal of Differential Equations, vol. 298
pp. 182-204 [doi] [abs]
- Gong, Y; He, S; Kiselev, A, Random search in fluid flow aided by chemotaxis
(July, 2021) [abs]
- Recent Grant Support
- RTG: Training Tomorrow's Workforce in Analysis and Applications, National Science Foundation, 2021/07-2026/06.
- Small Scale and Singularity Formation in Fluids, National Science Foundation, 2020/07-2023/06.
- Small Scale and Singularity Formation in Fluid Mechanics and Biology, Simons Foundation, 2020/06-2022/08.
- Regularity, blow up and mixing in fluids, National Science Foundation, 2018/07-2022/06.
Duke University, Box 90320
Durham, NC 27708-0320