Andrew Lawrie

Affiliations: 
2013-2016 Mathematics University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
 2016- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Partial differential equations, Harmonic Analysis.
Website:
http://math.mit.edu/~alawrie/
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Wilhelm Schlag grad student 2013 Chicago
 (On the global behavior of wave maps.)
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Lawrie A, Oh SJ. (2016) A Refined Threshold Theorem for (1 + 2)-Dimensional Wave Maps into Surfaces Communications in Mathematical Physics. 342: 989-999
Dodson B, Lawrie A. (2015) Scattering for the radial 3D cubic wave equation Analysis and Pde. 8: 467-497
Côte R, Kenig CE, Lawrie A, et al. (2015) Characterization of large energy solutions of the equivariant wave map problem: II American Journal of Mathematics. 137: 209-250
Kenig C, Lawrie A, Liu B, et al. (2015) Channels of energy for the linear radial wave equation Advances in Mathematics. 285: 877-936
Kenig C, Lawrie A, Liu B, et al. (2015) Stable soliton resolution for exterior wave maps in all equivariance classes Advances in Mathematics. 285: 235-300
Lawrie A. (2015) Conditional Global Existence and Scattering for a Semi-Linear Skyrme Equation with Large Data Communications in Mathematical Physics. 334: 1025-1081
Lawrie A, Oh SJ, Shahshahani S. (2015) Profile decompositions for wave equations on hyperbolic space with applications Mathematische Annalen
Dodson B, Lawrie A. (2015) Scattering for Radial, Semi-Linear, Super-Critical Wave Equations with Bounded Critical Norm Archive For Rational Mechanics and Analysis
Kenig CE, Lawrie A, Schlag W. (2014) Relaxation of Wave Maps Exterior to a Ball to Harmonic Maps for All Data Geometric and Functional Analysis. 24: 610-647
Lawrie A, Schlag W. (2013) Scattering for wave maps exterior to a ball Advances in Mathematics. 232: 57-97
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