Office | MS 6139 |

Office Hours | Tuesday 12-1pm, Thursday 10-11am |

bringmann at math .ucla .edu |

- About Me
- I am a third year math graduate student advised by Terence Tao. Previously, I have obtained my Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at the University of Muenster, and I have obtained my Master of Science in Mathematics at the Technical University of Munich. My research interests lie in the field of dispersive partial differential equations.

- Teaching
- Winter 2019: 131BH Analysis (Honors)
- Fall 2018: 131AH Analysis (Honors)
- Spring 2018: 33B Differential Equations
- Winter 2018: 246B Complex Analysis (Graduate)
- Fall 2017: 115AH Linear Algebra (Honors), 246A Complex Analysis (Graduate)
- Summer 2017: 3B Calculus for Life Sciences Students
- Spring 2017: 115A Linear Algebra
- Winter 2017: 170A Probability Theory
- Fall 2016: 170B Probability Theory

- Recent Papers
- B. Bringmann, Almost sure scattering for the energy critical nonlinear wave equation, Preprint (arXiv link)
- B. Bringmann, Almost sure local well-posedness for a derivative nonlinear wave equation, Preprint (arXiv link)
- B. Bringmann, Almost sure scattering for the radial energy critical nonlinear wave equation in three dimensions, Preprint (arXiv link)
- B. Bringmann, D. Cremers, F. Krahmer, M. Moeller, The Homotopy Method Revisited: Computing Solution Paths of l1-Regularized Problems, Mathematics of Computation (arXiv link)