CASEY LYNN KELLEHER

 

BIO

I am a mathematics instructor and National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University.  I do research in geometric analysis with a focus on studying geometric flows. In addition to mathematics, I enjoy generally being outside and creating multimedia artwork.

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PRINCETON MATHEMATICS VIDEO PROJECT

I work on the Princeton Mathematics Video Project with William Crow

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PRINCETON MATHEMATICS COLLOQUIUM

I currently coorganize the department colloquium with Assaf Naor.

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TEACHING

I teach various mathematics courses and have experience tutoring and running math circle programs.

 

PUBLICATIONS

ALMOST HERMITIAN RICCI FLOW

(with G. Tian)

submitted

INDEX-ENERGY ESTIMATES FOR YANG-MILLS CONNECTIONS AND EINSTEIN METRICS

(with M. Gursky and J. Streets)

J. Commun Math Phys

SYMPLECTIC CURVATURE FLOW REVISITED


Adv Math

A CONFORMALLY INVARIANT GAP THEOREM IN YANG-MILLS THEORY

(with M. Gursky and J. Streets)

J Commun Math Phys

LIMITS OF YANG-MILLS ALPHA-CONNECTIONS

Calc Var PDE 

SINGULARITIES OF THE YANG-MILLS FLOW

(with J. Streets)

Ann Henri Poincare 

ENTROPY, STABILITY AND HARMONIC MAP HEAT FLOW

(with J. Boling and J. Streets)

Trans Amer Math Soc

HIGHER ORDER YANG-MILLS FLOW

Calc Var PDE

ASYMPTOTIC EXPANSION OF THE BERGMAN KERNEL VIA PERTURBED BARGMANN-FOCK MODEL

(with H. Hezari, S. Seto, H. Xu)

J Geo Anal 

POLYGONAL EQUALITIES AND VIRTUAL DEGENERACY IN LP-SPACES

(with D. Miller, T. Osborn, A. Weston)

J Math Anal Appl 

STRONGLY NON EMBEDDABLE METRIC SPACES

(with D. Miller, T. Osborn, A. Weston)

Topol Appl 

 

ARTWORK

Frosh
Blue Shells
Smoke Dragon
Sea Dragon
Orange Shells
Newty
Dragonfly
Puppets
Green Woman
Turtle
Snow Leopard
Snake In Leaves
Fire and Water
 

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