James Scott

PhD Student

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Ayres Hall 208
1403 Circle Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37996

Research Interests

Broadly speaking, I analyze mathematical models that possess variational structures. I have used variational methods and techniques from potential theory, harmonic analysis, and compensated compactness to analyze systems of partial differential and integral equations. Much of my dissertation work contributes to the theory of a nonlocal model in continuum mechanics known as peridynamics. I have also conducted analysis of systems of hyperbolic conservation laws.

Publications and Preprints

Teaching (Spring 2019)

Math 141 Canvas Website