Research Page of Fabio Pusateri

    I am an Associate Professor at University of Toronto.   Here is my Curriculum Vitae

    My main interests are Analysis of nonlinear PDEs, Dispersive and Wave Equations, Fluid Dynamics, Harmonic Analysis

    I support Federico Ardila's axioms:
    Axiom 1. Mathematical potential is distributed equally among different groups, irrespective of geographic, demographic, and economic boundaries.
    Axiom 2. Everyone can have joyful, meaningful, and empowering mathematical experiences.
    Axiom 3. Mathematics is a powerful, malleable tool that can be shaped and used differently by various communities to serve their needs.
    Axiom 4. Every student deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.

    TIDE (Toronto initiative for diversity and equity)


    2022 - present: Associate Professor, University of Toronto
    2018 - 2022: Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
    2014 - 2018: Assistant Professor, Princeton University
    2011 - 2014: Post Doc/Instructor and Simons Fellow, Princeton University
    2011 Ph.D. New York University
    2006 M. Sc. Università Roma Tre

    I had the great honor of being a recipient of the following awards : the Coxeter-James prize (2022), the Antonio Ambrosetti Medal (2021), and the ISAAC award (2019).

    I am editor an at Nonlinear Analysis. Submit your work here.

    I co-organize the Fields Colloquium in Applied Math

    Selected works (accepted/published)

    All publications (by publication year)   -   By topic + abstracts   click here

    (Links to Publications on arXiv - MathSciNet - Scholar)

    Please note that .pdf files are usually more up to date than the arXiv versions.


    Fellowships and Awards

    Coxeter-James prize (2022)

    Antonio Ambrosetti Medal (2021)

    ISAAC award (2019)

    Connaught New Researcher Award (2019-2021)

    NSERC Grant RGPIN-2018-06487 (2018-2025)

    NSF Grant DMS 1265875 (2013-2017)

    Simons Fellowship (2011-2014)

    Dean's Dissertation Fellowship (2011)

    Selected Conferences and Talks