Stefanos Aretakis 

        Stefanos Aretakis

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Toronto St. George
and in the Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Toronto Scarborough.

Previously, I was an Assistant Professor at Princeton University (2015-2016) and a
Veblen Research Instructor at Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study (2012-2015).

In June 2012, I completed my PhD at the University of Cambridge (Trinity College).
I was unbelievably lucky to have Professor Mihalis Dafermos (Cambridge/Princeton) as my PhD supervisor.
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Research Interests

Differential Geometry, Analysis of PDEs, General Relativity

I am interested in problems concerning the mathematical analysis of differential equations in general relativity. Specifically, I work on the stability problem for black holes, on gluing problems for characteristic initial data and on scattering problems for the Einstein equations.

List of publications from Google Scholar

I would like to acknowledge support through NSF grant DMS-1265538, NSERC grant 502581,
Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship in Mathematics and the Connaught Fellowship 503071.

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News

Summer School on Mathematical General Relativity and the Geometric Analysis of Waves of
 Fluids, June 11-22, 2018, MIT. For further information please visit
 https://math.mit.edu/programs/city-limits/2018/

Semester program in computational relativity to be held at ICERM/Brown University in Fall 2020.
Details to be announced soon.

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