Tristan Buckmaster

Courant Instructor/Visiting Assistant Professor,
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Room 720,
New York University,
251 Mercer St, New York
NY 10012, USA

buckmaster at cims dot nyu dot edu

CV Publications Thesis Teaching


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. My research is supported by the National Science Foundation grant: DMS-1600868 'Analytic Methods in Hydrodynamic and Wave Turbulence'.


T. Buckmaster, P. Germain, Z. Hani, J. Shatah, Analysis of (CR) in higher dimension, Preprint

T. Buckmaster, P. Germain, Z. Hani, J. Shatah, Effective dynamics of the nonlinear Schrödinger equation on large domains , Submitted

T. Buckmaster, S. Shkoller and V. Vicol, Nonuniqueness of weak solutions to the SQG equation , Submitted

T. Buckmaster, C. De Lellis and L. Székelyhidi Jr., Dissipative Euler flows with Onsager-critical spatial regularity , Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics, 2016

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 1/5-Hölder 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 Korteweg-de-Vries equation at H^{-1} regularity, Annales IHP-ANL, 2015

PhD Thesis

'Onsager's Conjecture' 2014


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 4pm-5pm.