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Institute of Mathematical Statistics
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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • PhD
    Courant Institute at New York University
  • PhD
    McGill University
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Annals of Probability, 6 Jan 2015 [cached]
Jeremy Quastel
"No object in the equations makes ..., 12 Aug 2014 [cached]
"No object in the equations makes any sense classically," said Jeremy Quastel, a professor of mathematics at the University of Toronto.
For decades, mathematicians strove for a rigorous method of operating on distributions in order to solve SPDEs but made little headway. There are even published books that present incorrect procedures for doing so, Quastel said, "which is not something you would normally have in mathematics."
Hairer's big idea came to him in October 2011 while he was walking from the common room of the Warwick math department back to his office and thinking about nothing in particular. He suddenly realized that he could tame the distributions in SPDEs using an approach modeled on the mathematical properties of "wavelets" - brief, heartbeatlike oscillations that encode information in JPEG and MP3 files.
"There is a worry that it won't have the impact it deserves, not through any fault of Martin's but just because the simplest way that one can deal with this type of problem is just too difficult to be popularizable," said Quastel, who joked to colleagues that the theory must have been a dispatch from aliens.
The power of regularity structures is easily understood, but when Hairer actually delves into how the theory works in talks and papers, Quastel said, "he loses his audience a little bit."
Jeremy Quastel - BSc, MS, ..., 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
Jeremy Quastel - BSc, MS, PhD
Jeremy Quastel, Toronto ..., 29 July 2013 [cached]
Jeremy Quastel, Toronto University Mathematics
Registered Participants ICMP12 (updated on August 1, 2012), 1 Aug 2012 [cached]
Jeremy Quastel, University of Toronto, Canada
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