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isenberg@uoregon.edu
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A.B. (1973) Princeton, Ph.D. (1979) Maryland.
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James A. Isenberg works on partial differential equations and geometric analysis, with an emphasis on general relativity and geometric heat flows. He is currently focusing on the study of solutions of the Einstein constraint equations, on strong cosmic censorship and the nature of singularities in general relativistic models of the universe, and on the formation of singularities in Ricci flow and mean curvature flow. The author of over 120 papers and 5 books, he has held visiting positions at Oxford, Paris, Potsdam, Stockholm, Vienna, and Canberra, as well as at several places in this country.