William R. Green
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Education
 Ph.D. (2010)  Mathematics  University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Thesis adviser  Burak Erdogan
 M.S. (2006)  Mathematics  University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
 B.A. (2005)  Mathematics and Physics, minor in Chemistry  Albion College
Employment
 2012current  Assistant Professor  RoseHulman Institute of Technology
 20102012  Assistant Professor  Eastern Illinois University
Publications
 (with M.B. Erdogan)
"Dispersive estimates for the Schrodinger equation for
C^{(n3)/2} potentials in odd dimensions",
International Mathematics
Research Notices 2010:13, 25322565.

"Dispersive estimates for the matrix and scalar Schrodinger equation in
dimension five", Illinois J. Math. Volume 56, Number 2 (2012), 307341.

"Abel's theorem simplifies reduction of order." College
Mathematics Journal, Vol. 42, No. 5, November 2011 , pp. 399402.

"Using Abel's theorem to explain repeated roots
of the characteristic equation", CODEE Journal, July 2011.
URL http://www.codee.org/ref/CJ110679

(with M.B. Erdogan) "Dispersive estimates for twodimensional Schrodinger
operators with obstructions at zero energy." Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 365 (2013), 64036440.

(with H. Dwyer)
"Integrating factors and repeated roots of the characteristic equation."
CODEE Journal, January 2012. URL http://www.codee.org/ref/CJ120930.

(with M.B. Erdogan) "A weighted dispersive estimates for
Schrodinger
operators in dimension two." Comm. Math. Phys. 319 (2013), 791811.

(with M.B. Erdogan) "Dispersive estimates for matrix
Schrodinger
operators in dimension two." DCDSA. Pages: 4473  4495, Volume 33, Issue 10, October 2013

(with D. Hundertmark) "Exponential decay for dispersion
managed solitons for general dispersion profiles." submitted 2014.

"Time decay estimates for the wave equation with potential in dimension two,"
Journal of Differential Equations 257 (2014)
pp. 868919.

(with M.B. Erdogan and
M.J. Goldberg)
"Dispersive estimates for four dimensional Schrödinger
and wave equations with obstructions at zero energy."
accepted by Communications in Partial Differential Equations, 32 pp.
Talks Given

Joint Mathematics Meeting AMS Special Session on Classical Fourier
Analysis and PDE  “Di persive estimates for Schrödinger operators in
dimension two with obstructions at zero energy" Boston, MA.

Joint Mathematics Meeting MAA contributed paper session on Teaching
Mathematics Beyond the Calculus Sequence  “Integrating Factors and
Repeated Roots of the Characteristic Equation" Boston, MA.

68th MidWest Partial Differential Equations Seminar  “Dispersive
estimates
for Schrodinger operators in dimension two with obstructions at zero
energy" University of Notre Dame.
 AMS Fall Western Sectional Meeting Special Session on Harmonic
Analysis and Dispersive PDE  “Dispersive estimates for Schrödinger
operators in dimension two with obstructions at zero energy" University of
Utah.
 MathFest, the annual meeting of the MAA  "Abel's theorem simplifies
reduction of order."
 The 2011 Annual Meeting of the Illinois Section of the MAA  "Using
Abel's theorem in differential equations courses."
 AMS 2011 Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting Special Section on
Harmonic
Analysis and Partial Differential Equations  "Dispersive estimates for
matrix and scalar Schrodinger operators in dimension five."
 66th Midwest Partial Differential Equations Seminar, November 2010
at University of Illinois Chicago  "Dispersive estimates for matrix
Schrodinger operators in dimension five."
 AMS Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting Special Session on Analysis
and Control of Dispersive Partial Differential Equations, March 2010 at
University of Kentucky  "Dispersive estimates for the Schrodinger
equation in dimensions five and seven."
 Harmonic Analysis and Mathematical Physics Seminar, October 2009 at
University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign  "Dispersive estimates for the
Schrodinger equation in dimensions five and seven."
 Graduate Analysis Seminar, 2007, 2009, 2010 at University of Illinois
at
UrbanaChampaign  "Exponential decay of dispersion management solitons,"
"Dispersive estimates for the Schrodinger equation in dimensions five and
seven," and "Dispersive estimates for the Schrodinger equation in
dimensions one and three"
 Mathematics Department Colloquium, 2007 at Albion College  "An
introduction to harmonic analysis and Schrodinger operators"
 MSU Student Mathematics Conference, 2005 at Michigan State University
 "M men, a monkey and some coconuts"
 Miami University Mathematics Conference, 2004 at Miami University 
"M men, a monkey and some coconuts"
 Michigan Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, 2004 at Grand Valley
State University 
"M men, a monkey and some coconuts"
 Michigan Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, 2003  "Fermat's Last
Theorem: Advances in the 19th Century"
Teaching Experience
Eastern Illinois University
 PreCalculus
 Calculus I
 Calculus II
 Calculus III
 Differential Equations
 Graduate Seminar
University of Illinois
 Calculus II (TA)
 Business Calculus (TA)
 Finite Math for the Social Sciences
 A Mathematical World
 Calculus I
 Calculus II
Awards and Honors
Eastern Illinois University
 Project NExT fellow (20102011)
University of Illinois
 Department of Mathematics' Brahana TA Instructional Award
 Graduate Teaching Certificate
Albion College
 Graduated Summa Cum Laude
 2005 NCAA Honorable Mention Academic AllAmerican
 Class of 2005 commencement speaker
 E. R. Sleight Prize winner  outstanding senior in Mathematics
 E. T. S. Walton Award winner  outstanding senior in Physics
 Member of the Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi and Kappa Mu Epsilon honor societies
 Honorable mention Outstanding Presentation Award  Third Annual MSU Student Mathematics
Conference  Michigan State University (2005)
 J. R. Lancaster Award winner  outstanding junior in Mathematics
 Bragg Award winner  outstanding sophomore in Mathematics
Professional Service
Eastern Illinois University
 Reviewer for Mathematical Reviews
 Member of the organizing committee for the 67th MidWest PDE Seminar
 Coorganizer of Mathematics Problem Sessions
 Member of the Good of the order committee (20102011)
 Kappa Mu Epsilon Advisor (20102011)
University of Illinois
 Chair of Graduate Teaching Awards Committee (2010)
 Graduate student representative on the Graduate Affairs Committee (20092010)
 Organizer Graduate Analysis Seminar (20092010)
 TA Mentor (20082010)
 Member Teaching Awards Committee
 TA Mentor for the Merit program (20092010)
Professional Memberships
 American Mathematical Society
 Mathematical Association of America
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