Stanley Snelson
Department of Mathematics
University of Chicago
5734 S. University Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637
Office: Ryerson 351
Email: snelson@math.uchicago.edu
I am an L.E. Dickson Instructor at the University of Chicago. I received my PhD in September 2014 from the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences under the supervision of Fanghua Lin. My detailed CV can be found here (last updated 3/2017).
Teaching information here.
My research interests lie within analysis and PDE. Specific topics include:
 Regularity theory of nonlocal (including kinetic) equations
 Variational free boundary problems
 Nonlinear wave equations in mathematical physics
Preprints and publications:
 Global a priori estimates for the inhomogeneous Landau equation with moderately soft potentials (with S. Cameron and L. Silvestre) submitted for publication.
 Asymptotic stability for odd perturbations of the the stationary kink in the variablespeed φ^{4} model submitted for publication.
 Linear stability of the Skyrmion (with M. Creek, R. Donninger, and W. Schlag) International Mathematics Research Notices, published online (2016).
 An integrodifferential equation without continuous solutions (with L. Silvestre) Mathematical Research Letters 24(4) 1157—1166, 2016.
 Regularity and longtime behavior of nonlocal heat flows Calculus of Variations and Partial Differential Equations 54(2) 1705—1723, 2015.
 Matrix probing: a randomized preconditioner for the waveequation Hessian (with L. Demanet, P.D. Létourneau, N. Boumal, H. Calandra, and J. Chiu)
Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis 32(2) 155—168, 2012.

