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Geordie Richards

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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

Go toOffice Location: ENGR 419C
DialPhone: 435-797-6364
SendEmail: geordie.richards@usu.edu


Educational Background

PhD, Mathematics, University of Toronto, 2012
Maximal-in-time behavior of deterministic and stochastic dispersive PDEs
MS, Mathematics, University of Toronto, 2007
BS, Mathematics, University of Toronto, 2006

Expertise

Dr. Richards research is focused on the analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations coming from physics and engineering, specifically dispersive equations and the equations of fluid mechanics. His interests relate to statistical properties of solutions, including the analysis of invariant measures, and ergodic theory for turbulent stochastic flows.

Awards

Research in Groups Grant, 2016

Banff International Research Station, Canada

MSRI Research Membership, 2015

Mathematical Sciences Research Institute

Research in Peace Grant, 2015

Mathematical Research Institute of Oberwolfach, Germany

Research in Pairs Grant, 2014

Mittag-Leffler Institute, Sweden

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    Publications - Books & Book Chapters

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      Publications - Fact Sheets

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        Publications - Curriculum

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          Publications - Journal Articles

            Academic Journal

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          Publications - Literary Journal

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            Publications - MultiMedia

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              Publications - Technical Reports

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                Publications - Translations & Transcripts

                  Publications - Other

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                    Scheduled Teaching

                    MAE 3200 - Engineering Numerical Methods, Spring 2018

                    MAE 3210 - Engineering Numerical Methods, Spring 2018

                    MAE 6500 - Potential Flow, Fall 2017

                    MAE 6490 - Turbulence, Spring 2017

                    MAE 6500 - Potential Flow, Fall 2016


                    Graduate Students Mentored

                    Louis Tonc, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, December 2016
                    Joe James, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, September 2016