David Nicholls
Professor
Department of Mathematics, Statistics
and Computer Science
University of Illinois at Chicago
Research Interests
 Applied mathematics and computational science
 Numerical analysis and differential equations
 Analysis and implementation of high order numerical methods for
free boundary and boundary value problems of mathematical physics
 Fluid mechanics, electromagnetics, acoustics, and solid mechanics
Editorial Work
Publications
Students
Applied Mathematics Seminar
Theory of Water Waves (Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, Summer 2014)

Book:
Lectures on the Theory of Water Waves (T. Bridges, M. Groves, and
D. Nicholls)
 Short Course:
High Order Perturbation of Surfaces (HOPS) Methods
for Water Waves (D. Nicholls and B. Akers)
Teaching
During the Spring 2017 semester I am teaching:
 Math 220
(Introduction to Differential Equations)
 MCS 571
(Numerical Analysis of PDEs)
During the Fall 2016 semester I was on sabbatical in the
Division of Mathematics and Computer Science
at
Argonne National Laboratory.
How to Contact Me
Office:
1219 Science and Engineering Offices
Address:
Department of Mathematics, Statistics
and Computer Science (MC 249)
851 South Morgan Street
University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, IL 606077045
Map
email:
davidn () uic dot edu
Phone:
(312) 4131641 (office)
(312) 9961491 (fax)
Last modified January 10, 2016
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