**Email:** yudx AT math.berkeley.edu

**Office:** 793 Evans

Starting from 2023 November, I am a math postdoc at University of California, Berkeley, working with Daniel Tataru. My position is for one year.

Previously, I was a math postdoc at Hausdorff Center for Mathematics in Bonn, Germany. My mentor was Herbert Koch.

In 2021 May, I obtained my PhD from University of California, Berkeley. My advisor was Daniel Tataru.

I am currently on the job market. Here is my CV.

Here is a photo of me taken at MFO in Germany.

I am interested in PDE's, especially nonlinear wave and dispersive equations.

Here is a list of my research papers.

- (with Herbert Koch)
*Asymptotic stability of the sine-Gordon kinks under perturbations in weighted Sobolev norms*. Preprint. arXiv:2308.07679. *Nontrivial global solutions to some quasilinear wave equations in three space dimensions*. Preprint. arXiv:2204.12870.*A uniqueness theorem for 3D semilinear wave equations satisfying the null condition*.**Pure Appl. Anal.**5 (2023), no. 3, 601–641. arXiv:2109.15041.*Asymptotic completeness for a scalar quasilinear wave equation satisfying the weak null condition*. To appear in**Mem. Amer. Math. Soc.**. arXiv:2105.11573.*Modified wave operators for a scalar quasilinear wave equation satisfying the weak null condition*.**Comm. Math. Phys.**382 (2021), no. 3, 1961-2013. arXiv:2002.05355.

You can also check arxiv.org/a/yu_d_3.html or Google Scholar for a latest list of my papers.

In addition, I have written a PhD dissertation with title "*Modified scattering for a scalar quasilinear wave equation satisfying the weak null condition*". This dissertation is a combination of arXiv:2002.05355 and arXiv:2105.11573. Link.

Here is a list of proceedings and reports written by me.

*Nontrivial global solutions to some quasilinear wave equations in three space dimensions*.**Oberwolfach Rep.**19 (2022), no. 2, 1710 - 1712. Link.

Instructor for a graduate topic course (V5B8) on quasilinear wave equations in 2022 Summer. Course webpage.

Teaching Assistant (Graduate Student Instructor) for undergraduate courses. Duties include teaching discussion sections, holding office hours, grading students’ work, etc.

- Math 1A (Calculus I): 2016 Fall, 2017 Fall, 2018 Fall
- Math 1B (Calculus II): 2018 Spring, 2019 Fall
- Math 53 (Multivariable Calculus): 2017 Spring
- Math 55 (Discrete Mathematics): 2019 Spring

Teaching Assistant (Graduate Student Instructor) for a graduate course. Duties include teaching holding office hours, grading students’ work, etc.

- Math 202B (Introduction to Topology and Analysis): 2021 Spring

In 2020 Fall, I was a mentor in the Directed Reading Program. During that semester, I met an undergraduate student weekly and guided him through the textbook on Fourier analysis by Stein and Shakarchi. At the end of this program, my mentee wrote a write-up on the Fourier transform and the wave equation.