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Mathematics / TATARU DANIEL


Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley, US.

Research interests

Partial differential equations

In 2002, Professor Tataru has been honored by the Bôcher Memorial Prize for his fundamental paper \"On Global Existence and Scattering for the Wave Maps Equations\" (American Journal of Mathematics, 123 (2001) no. 1, 37-77). The paper introduces a remarkable functional framework which has played an important role in the recent breakthrough of T. Tao on the critical regularity for wave maps in two and three dimensions. The work of Tataru and Tao opens up exciting new possibilities in the study of nonlinear wave equations.

Prizes and awards

2002 Bôcher Memorial Prize (American Mathematical Society)


Tataru, Daniel (2006). Outgoing parametrices and global Strichartz estimates for Schrödinger equations with variable coefficients. In Phase space analysis of partial differential equations Progr. Nonlinear Differential Equations Appl. 69 291-313 Birkhäuser Boston Boston, MA.

Koch, Herbert and Tataru, Daniel (2006). Carleman estimates and absence of embedded eigenvalues. Comm. Math. Phys. 267 No.2, 419-449.

Colombini, Ferruccio and Grammatico, Cataldo and Tataru, Daniel (2006). Strong uniqueness for second order elliptic operators with Gevrey coefficients. Math. Res. Lett. 13 No.1, 15-27.

Tataru, Daniel and Geba, Dan-Andrei (2005). Dispersive estimates for wave equations. Comm. Partial Differential Equations 30 No.4-6, 849-880.

Koch, Herbert and Tataru, Daniel (2005). L^p eigenfunction bounds for the Hermite operator. Duke Math. J. 128 No.2, 369-392.

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