Jacob Bedrossian

Department of Mathematics
Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling
University of Maryland, College Park

Applied Mathematics, Statistics, and Scientific Computation (AMSC) program
Burgers Program for Fluid Dynamics

office: 4129 CSIC and 4413 MATH
mail: Jacob Bedrossian
The University of Maryland
4146 CSIC Building #406
Paint Branch Drive
College Park MD 20742-3289, USA

email: jacob-at-cscamm-dot-umd-dot-edu or jacob-at-math-dot-umd-dot-edu

Research interests

My research is focused on the mathematical analysis of both deterministic and stochastic PDEs arising in fluid mechanics and plasma physics. I am currently specifically interested in understanding mixing, turbulence, and the stability of coherent structures in 2D and 3D fluid mechanics at high Reynolds number and Landau damping-related kinetic effects arising in plasmas.

My research is currently funded by an NSF CAREER grant. For information on the courses I am currently teaching and on past or present reading groups I am involved in, see the below links.

PDE Seminar

Stochastics and probability RIT


Reading groups

See here for a CV.



Expository materials