About
I am currently a Courant Instructor at the Courant Institute for Mathematical Sciences. I completed my PhD studies at the University of Leipzig under the supervision of
Prof. Dr. László Székelyhidi Jr..
Previously, I completed my Master's degree at the University of Bonn, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Herbert Koch. For my undergraduate studies, I completed a Science/Computer Science double degree at Monash University, and an Honours degree in mathematics at the Australian National University, where I was supervised by Prof. John Hutschinson.
My main area of interest are Partial Differential Equations with a particular focus of equations related to fluid dynamics.
Publications
T. Buckmaster, C. De Lellis and L. Székelyhidi Jr., Dissipative Euler flows with Onsagercritical spatial regularity
, Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics, to appear
T. Buckmaster, Onsager's conjecture almost everywhere in time
, Communications in Mathematical Physics, 2015
T. Buckmaster, C. De Lellis, P. Isett and L. Székelyhidi Jr., Anomalous dissipation for 1/5Hölder Euler flows
, Annals of Mathematics, 2015
T. Buckmaster, C. De Lellis and L. Székelyhidi Jr., Transporting microstructure and dissipative Euler flows
, preprint 2013
T. Buckmaster and H. Koch, The KortewegdeVries equation at H^{1} regularity, Annales IHPANL, to appear
PhD Thesis
'Onsager's Conjecture' 2014
Teaching
During Spring 2016, I will be teaching a special topics course entitled "From Nash embeddings to dissipative fluid flow". The lectures will be held at 1:25 to 3:15pm. A website will be posted shortly. My office hours are Wednesday 4pm5pm.
