Sam G. Krupa

I am a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences (MiS) in Leipzig, Germany. My mentors are Prof. Dr. Felix Otto and Prof. Dr. László Székelyhidi, Jr.

I am also an Investigator in the German Priority Research Programme SPP-2410: Hyperbolic Balance Laws in Fluid Mechanics: Complexity, Scales, Randomness (with Jörg Schumacher and László Székelyhidi Jr.).

Starting in October 2024, I will hold a Marie Skłodowska-Curie European Postdoctoral Fellowship at the École normale supérieure in Paris, France. This is for my project on "Quantitative Stability and Regularity of Large Data for Conservation Laws," funded by the European Union (grant amount 195 914.88 EUR). My mentor will be Cyril Imbert. For more info, see here.

My research interests include nonlinear partial differential equations, fluid dynamics, hyperbolic systems of conservation laws, well-posedness theory, ill-posedness theory, and convex integration.

Here is a list of my articles on the arXiv.



Lecture Series "Anomalous Dissipation and the Strong Onsager Conjecture"

Alexis Vasseur’s 50th Birthday Conference in Leipzig