Tuan N. Pham
Fixedterm Assistant Professor
I moved to Brigham Young University in 2020, Eastern Oregon University in 2022, and Brigham Young UniversityHawaii in 2023. My new website is here.
Office: Kidder Hall 268
Phone: 5417136196
Email: phamt3@oregonstate.edu
 Postal address:
 Department of Mathematics
College of Science
Oregon State University
Kidder Hall 368, 2000 SW Campus Way,
Corvallis, Oregon 973314605 USA

Education:
 Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, 2018
M.S. in Applied Mathematics, University of Orleans, France, 2012
B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Science, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 2010
Courses:
Research projects:
My research interest is in Partial Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Probability
theory, and their applications in Fluid Mechanics and Mathematical Biology. I am also interested in the relation between stochastic processes and the analysis of PDE. My recent research
has been on the regularity theory of the NavierStokes Equations and several modeling equations. A brief desciption of
my recent projects is here.
Publications:
 R. Dascaliuc and T. Pham, "Minimal blowup data for the cheap NavierStokes equation" 2019. In preparation.
 C. Orum and T. Pham, "Stochastic nonexplosion of the Bessel cascade of the 3D NavierStokes equations" 2019. In preparation.
 Radu Dascaliuc, Tuan Pham, Enrique Thomann, and Edward C. Waymire. "Stochastic
explosion in the selfsimilar Le JanSznitman cascade associated to the 3D NavierStokes
equations". Preprint (2019).
 T. Pham and V. Sverak, "Minimal blowup data for potential NavierStokes singularities in the half space." Preprint (2019).
 T. Pham and E. Thomann, "On smallness condition of initial data for Le JanSznitman cascade of the NavierStokes equations." Arxiv eprint (Oct 2019).
 T. Pham, "A global regularity criterion for the NavierStokes equations based on approximate solutions." Arxiv eprint (Oct 2019).
 T. Pham, "Topics on the regularity theory of the NavierStokes equations" PhD thesis 2018.
Notes:
 Seminar lecture notes are here.
 My old website at the University of Minnesota is here.
 This page was last updated on Saturday, March 28, 2020.

