Khang Huynh

Teaching Assistant
UCLA Mathematics Department
Los Angeles, CA, USA 90095-1555
Office 2901 Math Sciences
Office Hours Thu 3-5 PM
E-Mail hmkhang24 at math .ucla .edu
Phone (626) 782-3364

I'm Khang Manh Huynh, a PhD student at UCLA. My advisor is Terence Tao and my interests include PDEs, harmonic analysis, microlocal analysis and Riemannian geometry.

Recent papers
  • (1st half of thesis) Hodge-theoretic analysis on manifolds with boundary, heatable currents, and Onsager's conjecture in fluid dynamics (arxiv preprint)
  • A geometric trapping approach to global regularity for 2D Navier-Stokes on manifolds (arxiv preprint)
  • A note on the Turing universality of homogeneous potential wells and geodesible flows (arxiv preprint)
  • (2nd half of thesis) Construction of the Hodge-Neumann heat kernel, local Bernstein estimates, and Onsager's conjecture in fluid dynamics (arxiv preprint)
    • Simplified slides for my 2-part thesis.

Research in progress

  • Winter 2021: Math 110BH
  • Summer 2020: Math 115A
  • Spring 2020: Math 131C (Notes)
  • Winter 2020: Math 131BH (Notes)
  • Fall 2019: Math 33B (Notes)
  • Fall 2019: Math 170E DIS 1A (Notes)
  • Spring 2019: Math 133 DIS 1A (Notes)
  • Winter 2019: Math 131A DIS 6A (Notes)
  • Fall 2018: Math 110AH DIS 2A (Notes)
  • Spring 2018: Math 32B DIS 1E/1F (Notes)
  • Winter 2018: Math 32B DIS 1E/1F (Notes)
  • General notes