Math @ Duke

Former Ph.D. Students of J. Thomas Beale
 Pruitt, Michael (August, 2011)
Maximum norm regularity of implicit difference methods for parabolic equations
 Wilson, Jason R. (August, 2010)
On computing smooth, singular, and nearly singular integrals on implicitly defined surfaces
 Surles, Matthew W. (August, 2008)
Numerical Approximation of Layer Potentials along Curve Segments
 Nicholas, Michael (August, 2007)
A third order numerical method for 3D doubly periodic electromagnetic scattering problems
 David Ambrose (2002)
Wellposedness of Vortex Sheets with Surface Tension
 Henry Suters, Ph.D. (1994)
A Numerical Study of the Instability of Vortex Rings with
Swirl  Andrew Ferrari, Ph.D. (1992)
On the Blowup of the 3D Euler Equations in a Bounded
Domain  Alfred Bourgeois, Ph.D. (1991)
Validity of the Quasigeostrophic Model for LargeScale
Flow in the Atmosphere and Ocean  TienYu Sun, Ph.D. (1991)
A Class of Three Dimensional Steady Water Waves Generated
by Localized Pressure Disturbances  Donna Gates Sylvester, Ph.D. (1988)
Large Time Existence of Small Viscous Surface Waves
in a Three Dimensional Ocean without Surface Tension


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