Math @ Duke

Curriculum Vitae
Jonathan C. MattinglyClick here for a printerready version, or
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Duke University, Box 90320, Durham, NC 277080320, USA

(919) 6606978 (office) (email)

 Personal
Born August 11th, 1969 in Stamford CT
 Education
PhD in Applied and Computational Mathematics  Princeton University  1998 
Auditor  ENS Lyon  1993 
BS in Applied Mathematics  Yale University  1992 
High School Diploma  NCSSM  1988 
 Areas of Research
Applied mathematics, Probability, Ergodic Theory, Stochastic partial differential equations, Stochastic dynamical systems, Stochastic Numerical methods, Fluids
 Areas of Interest
Ergodic theory Truly infinite dimensional behabior in SPDEs Scaling limited of algorithems used in simulation and data analysis Probabilistic algorithms for large data Stabilization of dynamics my noise scaling limits of stochastic algorithms
 Areas of Experience
Applied Mathematics Stochastic Differential Equations Partial Differential Euqations Fluids Stochastic Numerical Methods Asymptotics
 Professional Experience / Employment History
 Duke University
 Professor, Mathematics, Mathematics, July, 2012  present

 Associate Professor, Mathematics, September, 2006  June, 2012

 Assistant professor, Mathematics, September, 2002  September, 2006
 IAS
 member, September, 2002  July, 2003
 Stanford University
 NSF PostDoctoral Fellow, Department of Mathematics, 19992002

 Szego Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, 19982002
 Lucent Technology
 Summer Intern, Bell Laboratories, JuneAugust 1997
 Visiting Positions
 Visiting Professor, University of Nice, France, July, 2012
 Member, Ohio State University, October, 2011 and February, 2012
 Visiting Professor, University of Provence, June, 2010
 Member, Newton Institute, February, 2010  April, 2010
 Part of special year on SPDEs
 Berlin Mathematics School Visiting Proffessor, Berlin Mathematics Society, July, 2009
 Visiting Prof, Paris VI, June, 2008
 Visiting Member (Program in stochastic analysis), Matematica nelle Scienze Naturali e Sociali, June 20, 2006  July 25, 2006
 Visiting Member, IMA, Univ of Minnisota, November 17, 2004  December 16, 2004
 Member, Institute for Advanved Studies, 200203
 Visiting Professor, University of Marseilles, France, July 2002
 Visiting Scholar, Warwick University, UK, October 2000
 Contractor, AT & T, July 1999
 Member, MSRI, Berkeley Califonia, AugustSeptember 1998
 Awards, Honors, and Distinctions
Institute of Mathematical Statistics Fellow, June, 2012
2005 Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), NSF/Whitehouse, June, 2006
NSF Career Award, July, 2005
Sloan Fellowship, Sloan Foundation, 20052007
NSF PostDoctoral Fellow, NSF, 19992002
 Recent Grant Support
 Multiscale Analysis of Dynamic Graphs, Office of Naval Research, N00014121060101, 2012/082015/07.
 EMSW21RTG: Enhanced Training and Recruitment in Mathematical Biology, National Science Foundation, DMS0943760, 2010/092014/08.
 MULTISCALE ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC GRAPHS, Office of Naval Research, N000141210601, 2012/04.
 Visitinig Member, Institut Universitaire de France, 2004/05.
 Conferences Organized
 Organized invited session at SPA2013, August, 2013
 Co Organizer (with Amarjit Budhiraja ), Seminar on Stochastic Processes 2013, March, 2013
 Local Orgnaizer (with Rick Durrett), Woman in Probability III, October, 2012
 SAMSI Stochastic Dynamics tradition workshop, November, 2010
 MFO week long school on ergodic theory, October, 2010
 local liaison/Organizer SAMSI year on stochastic dynamics, 2009  2010
 SAMSI Opening Workshop for Stochastic Dynamics, August, 2009
 AIM conference: Stochastic numerics methods and application, October, 2007
 Organizer MSRI semster program, December 30, 2006  May 30, 2007
 MSRI: Mathematical Issues in Stochastic Approaches for Multiscale Modeling, May 21, 2007  May 26, 2007
 Minisymposium, SIAM dynamical systems meeting, May, 2007
 MSRI: Stochastic Dynamical Systems and Control, March 26, 2007  February 30, 2007
 Professional Service
 University Committee
 Adhoc commit on Mathematics sciences for Arts and Sciences, September, 2007  2010
 Large Data and Information Furtures, 2011  2012
 Arts and Sciences Council, April, 2008  April, 2010
 Genome Center: Natural Sciences Working Group, September, 2004  June, 2005
 Dept Officer
 Associate Director, CNCS, 2006  2011
 Dept Committee
 Chair, Strategic Planning Committee, September, 2012  present
 Chair Hiring Commitee  Tenure Track, 2008  2009
 Applied ARP Postdoc Hiring Committee,, 2013  2014
 Applied ARP Postdoc Hiring Committee, 2010  2011
 Chair of Math Simmons proposal writing committee, 2010  2011
 Math Bio Search Committee, December, 2004  February, 2005
 Papers Refereed
 Associate editor Nonlinearity, December, 2013  present
 Assiciate Editor, Journal of Stochastic Partial Differential Equations, September, 2012  present
 Associate editor, Communications in Mathematical Science, December 30, 2006  December 30, 2010
 NSF Reviews And Panels
 Scienctific Advisory Com. NSF Math Bio Inst.  nimbios, 2008  2012
 Math Community Services
 Associate editor Annals of probability, 2006  2012
 AMS Short Course Selelction Committee, 2009  2011
 Associate editor, SIAM Mathematical Analysis, January, 2007  December, 2009
 AMS Committee on Committees, 2007  2009
 One of 3 principle lectures, St Flour Summer School in Probabilit, June, 2007
 Other
 Coorganizer of CNCS seminar, September, 2007  2010
 Organized Probability Seminar (with Ryder, Bahktin, McKinley, Athraya, Durrett, Herzog ), 2004, 2006  present
 AMS short course commitee, 2009  2012
 Coorganizer of first South Eastern Probability Conference, December 2011
 Coorganizer 4nd Graduate student confference in probabilty, April, 2010
 Coorganizer 3nd Graduate student confference in probabilty, April, 2009
 Organized Applied Math and Analysis Seminar (with A. Layton, A. Catlla), 2004, 2007 present
 Selected Recent Invited Talks
 Dynamics Days 2014, Atlanta GA, January 4, 2014
 Stabilization by Noise, November 19, 2013 [stabilizationnoise]
 Uniqueness of the inviscid limit in a simple model damped/driven system., Probability and Mathematical Physics Seminar, November 5, 2013 [html]
 Stochastic stabilization of OEDs., Applied Math Seminar, NYU, September 6, 2013
 Stochastic partial diﬀerential equations, SPA2013, August, 2013
 Stabilization by noise, University of Maryland, May, 2013 [available here]
 Stablization by Noise, Conférence en l'honneur d'Etienne Pardoux, CIRM, Marseillais France., February 14, 2013 [pdf]
 Perspectives on Ergodicity, Conference on SPDEs, IMA, Minnesota, January 14, 2013 [#Schedule]
 A Numerical Method for the SDEs from Chemical Equations, Probability and Biology section, 2012 Canadian Mathematical society (winter meeting), December, 2012 [pb#jm]
 Minerva Lectures: Erodicity of Markov Processes: From Chains to SDEs to SPDEs, Mathematics Department, Columbia University, NovemberDecember, 2012 [available here]
 A Menagerie of Stabilization, Joint Probability and Analysis Seminar, Nice, France, July, 2012
 Stochastic Stabilization, Inria  Sophia Antipolis, July, 2012 [available here]
 Building Lyapunov Functions (4 lectures), EPSRC Symposium Workshop – Easter Probability Meeting, March, 2012 [available here]
 Noise Induced Stability, MBI, February, 2012 [html]
 A Menagerie of Stochastic Stabilization, CAMP/Probability Seminar, University of Chicago, October 18, 2011 [html]
 A menagerie of stochastic stabilization, Equadiff 2011, Loughborough University, August, 2011 [html]
 Coarse–graining of many–body systems: analysis, computations and applications, July, 2011 [available here]
 Ergodicity of systems with singular interaction terms, Stochastic Dynamics Transition Workshop, SAMSI, November 18, 2010 [stochasticdynamicstransitionworkshopnovember17192010]
 Oberwolfach Seminar: The Ergodic Theory of Markov Processes, Oberwolfach, Germany, October 24th  October 30th, 2010 [html]
 Malliavin Calculus to prove ergodic theorems for SPDEs, ICM Satellite Conference on Probability and Stochastic Processes Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, August 13, 2010 [index.php]
 SPDE scaling limits of an Markov chain Montecarlo algorithm, Stochastic Partial Differential Equations: Approximation, Asymptotics and Computation, Newton Institute, June 28, 2010 [html]
 The spread of randomness, GermanAmerican Frontiers of Science, Potsdam Germany, June, 2010
 How to prove an ergodic theorem, oberwolfach, May, 2010
 Coupling at infinity, Seminar on Stochastic Processes, March 30, 2010 [pdf]
 Long time stochastic simiulation, Imperial College, March 15, 2010 [htm]
 Spectral Gaps in Wasserstien Distance, Ergodic Theory Seminary, Princeton Mathematics, March 4, 2010
 Trouble with a chain of stochastic oscillators, PACM, Princeton University, March 2, 2010 [colloq_archive.shtml]
 Hypoellipticity for SPDEs, SPDE program , Newton Institute, March, 2010
 Numerics of SDEs, Warwick University, UK, February 24, 2010 [available here]
 Long Time Behavior of Stochastically Forced PDEs., AMS Joint Meeting, San Francisco, January 14, 2010
 Ellipticity and Hypoellipticity for SPDEs *or* What is ellipticity in infinite dimensions anyway?, Stochastic Partial Differential Equations, Newton Institute, January 8, 2010 [html]
 SPDE Limits of the Random Walk Metropolis Algorithm in High Dimensions, SIAM PDE Meeting, December 7, 2009 [dsp_programsess.cfm]
 Stochastic fluctuations in bio chemical networks, MBI: Mathematical Developments Arising from Biology, November 09, 2009 [html]
 Introduction to Ergodicity in Infinite Dimentions, TU Berlin, July, 2009
 What makes infinite dimensional Markov processes different ?, Stochastic Process and Applications, Berlin, July, 2009 [php]
 Stochastically forced fluid equations: Transfer between scales and ergodicity., AMS Sectional Meeting (invited talk), April 4, 2009 [html]
 Trouble with a chain of stochastic oscillators, PACM, Princeton University, 3 April 2009 [colloquium.shtml]
 What makes the ergodic theory if Markov Chains in infinite dimensions different (and dificult) ?, Princeton Ergodic theory seminar, March 3, 2009 [html]
 Ergodicity, Energy Transfer, and Stochastic Partial Differential Equations, Columbia Universioty, 15 December 2008
 The Spread of Randomness: Ergodicity in Infinite Dimensions, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2008
 The spread of randomness through dimensions, IPAM Mathematical Frontiers in Network MultiResolution Analysis, November, 2008 [schedule.aspx]
 The spread of randomness through dimensions, IPAM, November, 2008 [schedule.aspx]
 Troubles with oscillators, Stanford: JBK85, Workshop on Applied Mathematics IN HONOR OF JOSEPH B. KELLER, October, 2008 [available here]
 What is different about the ergodic theory of stochastic PDEs (vs ODEs), UC Irvine, PDE and Probabilty Seminar, October, 2008
 Trouble with a chain of stochastic oscillators, Stochastic Seminar, GaTech, September, 2008
 Troubles with oscillators, East Midlands Stochastic Analysis Seminars, August, 2008
 The spread of randomness in infinite dimensions and ergodicity for SPDEs, Stochastic Analysis, Random Fields and Applications, Asscona IT, June, 2008 [available here]
 Troubles with chains of anharmonic oscillators, Statisical Mechaniques working group, June, 2008 [html]
 Ergodicity of Degenerately forced SPDEs, Séminaire de Probabilités,Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles Aléatoires des Universités Pierre et Marie Curie et Denis Diderot, May 27, 2008
 Ergodicity of Degenerately forced SPDEs, ETH, Zurich, May, 2008
 Spectral gaps for degenerately forced SPDEs, Particle systems, nonlinear diffusions, and equilibration, November 1216, 2007 [semesterw0708workshops]
 Ergodicity of Degenerately forced SPDES, Sixth Northeast Probability Seminar, November 16, 2007 [available here]
 The Stochastic Calculus of Being Cool, Duke Faculty/Grad seminar, September 14, 2007
 Ergodicity of SPDEs, 37th Saint Flour probability Summer school, July 6  20, 2007 [html]
 Seminare Hypathie, Univ. de Provence, Marseille, France, June 22, 2007
 Spectral Gap Results for Partially Dissipative Dynamics, SIAM Dynamical systems conference, May 28, 2007
 Transfer of dissipation and fluctuations in a simple example, Stanford Applied Math, May 11, 2007 [htm]
 Anomalous dissipation and ergodicity in stochastically forced fluid models, Stanford Mathematics Colloquium, April 12, 2007 [available here]
 Smooth densities for degenerate SPDEs: Malliavin calculus and controllability, Stochastic Dynamical Systems and Control, March 26, 2007 [show_workshop]
 Ergodicity in infinite dimensions: SPDEs and the Wasserstein metric, Berkeley Probability Seminar, March 21, 2007 [html]
 Evans Probability Seminar. Ergodicity in infinite dimensions: SPDEs and the Wasserstien metric, Berkeley Mathematics Department, March 21, 2007 [show_specialtalk]
 Ergodicity in inﬁnite dimensions and the spread of randomness, Stanford Probability seminar, February 26, 2007 [pdf]
 Random Dynamical Systems, MSRI, February 20, 2007
 2D Stochastic Navier Stokes: Spectral Gaps and Ergodicity, MIT/ Harvard Analysis seminar, March, 2006
 Malliavin Calculus, Hypoellipticity, and Ergodicity, Maryland Dynamics Conference, March, 2006
 Degenerately forced stochastic fluid equations and simple models with anomalous dissipation, MSRI :Probability, Geometry and Integrable Systems, December 5, 2005
 Spectral gaps and coupling for degenerate stochastic PDEs, MSRI:Optimal Mass Transport and its Applications, November 15, 2005
 Simple Models with Anomolous Disipation and Energy casceades, Warwick, UK, November, 2005
 Exponential Mixing for the Degenerately forced Navier Stokes Equations, MSRI: Analytical and Stochastic Fluid Dynamics, October 11, 2005
 Degenerately Forced SPDEs, Frontiers in Probability, Joint Statisics meeting, August, 2005
 Hypoellipticity and SPDEs, Stochastic Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Northwestern University, June, 2005
 Simple Models of Energy cascades, UNC Applied Math, April, 2005
 Stochastic Models in Fluid Mechanics, FIM ETH Zurich, January 10, 2005
 Ergodicity of the 2D NavierStokes equations under very degenerate forcing, Probability Seminar, Univ. of Minnisota, December 10, 2004
 Ergodicity of the 2D NavierStokes equations under very degenerate forcing, CAMP/Nonlinear PDE's Seminar, Univ of Chicago, December 8, 2004
 Long Time Simulation of Stochastic Differential Equations, IMA Multiscale working group, December 6, 2004
 Degenerately Forced Navier Stokes Equation, Univ of Maryland, November 12, 2004
 Ergodicity of the degenerately forced Stochastic Navier Stokes Equations., AMS Sectional Meeting, Evanstion IL, October 23, 2004
 Malliavin Calculus and ergodicity of the full degenerate NavierStokes equation, Analysis and Probability Seminar, Northwestern, October 22, 2004
 Ergodicity of the Degenerately Forced NavierStokes Equation, Marseilles, France, June, 2004
 Hypoellipticity and cascades of probability in 2D NavierStokes equation, Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations Conference (Los Angeles, CA), June, 2004
 Numerical Methods for the long time simulations of Stochastic Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations Conference (Los Angeles, CA), June, 2004
 The Degenerately Forced NavierStokes Equation, Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations Conference (Los Angeles, CA), June, 2004
 Numerical Methods of SDEs: Long time simulation, NC State University, March, 2004
 Ergodic Theory of Dissipative PDEs, Ergodic Theory Workshop, UNC Chapel Hill, February, 2004
 Stochastic Partial Differential Equations and Applications, Trento, Italy, January, 2004
 Ergodic Theory of Dissipative SPDEs, NC State, November, 2003
 Midwest
Probability Colloquium, Northwestern, 17 October 2003
 Workshop on Stochastic Partial Differential
Equations and Related Topics, Warwick, UK, 3 August 2003
 Stochastic Numerical Methods, LMS Durham Symposium:Markov Chains, Durham, UK, 27 July 2003
 Kolmogorov 100, Moscow, Russia, 17 June 2003
 ForgesLesEaux, Forges Les Eaux PDE conference, France, 7 June 2003
 2D Navier Stokes with Stochastic Forcing: Ergodicity, scale, and Malliavin Calc, IAS, Princeton NJ, 8 March 2003
 Organizer and a mini simposium speaker, AMAM, Nice 2003, 14 February 2003 [available here]
 Ergodicity, mixing, and scales in the stochastically forced NavierStokes equation, Special session honoring Ya. Sinai, AMS meeting Baltimore, 14 January 2003
 Stochastically forced Navier Stokes: Ergodicity, Mixing and scales, Applied Mathematics Seminar, Columbia University, 3 December 2002 [jpg]
 SemiPlenary Lecture: Adaptive Schemes for long time simulations of SDEs, Workshop on Stochastic Computation, FoCM'02, IMA, Minneapolis, 14 August 2002 [htm]
 Ergodicity of Stochastically Forced PDEs, CAMP/Nonlinear PDE's Seminar, University of Chicago, 3 June 2002 [html]
 Ergodicity of Stochastically Forced PDEs, University of California, Santa Barbara, 22 February 2002
 Ergodicity of Stochastically Forced PDEs, Department of Applied Math, Brown University, 20 February 2002
 Ergodicity of Stochastically Forced PDEs and Multiscale Numerics, Applied Mathematics, Caltech, 10 February 2002
 Ergodicity of Stochastically Forced PDEs, Courant Institute, New York University, 30 January 2002
 Ergodic theory of NavierStokes equation and dissipative PDEs, infinite dimensional coupling and Gibbs measures, AMSSMF: First Joint Mathematical International Meeting, 19 July 2001 [available here]
 Gibbs Measures and Ergodicity in the 2D Stochastically Forced Navier Stokes Equation, Unversity of Paris VI, 12 June 2000
 Gibbs Measures and Ergodicity in the 2D Stochastically Forced Navier Stokes Equation, Princeton Alumni Conference, 12 June 2000
 Ergodicity of the 2Dim Navier Stokes Equations: Random contractions, random attractors, and coupling in infinite dimensions, University of California, Los Angeles, 13 April 2000
 The Stochastic Navier Stokes Equations: Invarient Measures and Trivial Attractors, AMS Meeting, Santa Barbara, C.A., 12 April 2000
 Ergodicity of the 2Dim Navier Stokes Equations: Random contractions, random attractors, and coupling in infinite dimensions, Probability Seminar, Berkeley, 5 December 1999
 Ergodicity of the 2Dim Navier Stokes Equations: Random contractions, random attractors, and coupling in infinite dimensions, Probability Seminar, Stanford university, 15 November 1999 [abs]
 The stochastically forced 2dim Navier Stokes equation, Integrating Integrability into Mathematics and Science, Univ. of Arizona, 29 October 1999 [htm]
 Stochastically forced dynamical systems and their numerical discretizations, AMS Metting, Charlotte N.C., 12 October 1999
 Can Kolmogorov s ideas on turbulence be part of dynamical systems?,, ITP Summer School, Trieste Italy, 12 July 1998
 Doctoral Theses Directed
 Sean D. Lawley, (2011  2014)
 Tiffany N. Kolba, (September, 2007  June, 2012)
 Prakash Balachandran, (2008  2011)
 Andrea C. Watkins, (2006  August, 2010)
 Rachel L. Thomas, (September, 2007  May, 2010)
 David F. Anderson, (2004  August, 2005)
 Professional Affiliations
AMS SIAM IMS
 Publications (listed separately)
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