### About Me

I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Penn State University, joining the Math department since Jan 2013, and a member of the Center for Interdisciplinary Mathematics and the Fluid Dynamics Research Consortium. My research interests lie in Analysis of PDEs, Fluid Dynamics, Conservation Laws, and Kinetic Theory.

- Full Name : Toan T Nguyen
- Office : 238 McAllister
- Office hours : by appointment

- Email : nguyen@math.psu.edu
- Phone : +1 (814) 863-4123
- Fax : +1 (814) 865-3735

### Current Teaching

Fall 2015, MATH 513: graduate PDE 1

Coming up: Spring 2016, Math 505, graduate Fluid Dynamics !

### Local Activities

My blog: Snapshots in Mathematics!

Math Colloquium (Thursdays @ 3:35pm)

Computational and Applied Math Colloquium (Mondays @ 2:30pm)

Science Seminars at Univ Parks

### Agenda

## + September 7-11, 2015, invited speaker at the conference: Recent Progress in Collisionless Models, Imperial College, London

## + August 3-8, 2015, invited speaker, Summer School on Schrodinger Equations, Wolfgang Pauli Institute, Vienna, Austria

## + May 19, 2015, Laurent Schwartz PDE seminar, IHES, France

## + June 23-26, 2015, invited speaker at the "Shock Waves and Beyond" conference, IHP, Paris, France.

## + May 24-30, 2015, visiting ENS de Lyon, France

## + May 21, 2015, PDE seminar, Math Institute, Oxford, England.

## + May + June, 2015, Senior Researcher, Centre de Math Laurent Schwartz, École polytechnique, France

## + April 23, 2015, CNA seminar, Carnegie Mellon

+ Feb 21-22, 2015, invited speaker, Workshop in PDEs at Brown

+ Feb 13, 2015, Fluid DYnamics Research Consortium seminar, Penn State

### Links

Centre de Mathématiques Laurent Schwartz, Ecole Polytechnique

Penn State Physical and Math Sciences Library

Math department at Penn State

Division of Applied Math at Brown

Math department at Brown

Institut Mathématiques de Jussieu - Paris

The Foundation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris

Math department at Indiana

Math department at Vietnam National University, Hochiminh city