Dr. Daniel Phillips

Dr. Daniel Phillips Professor Emeritus
    • MATH 439
    phillips@purdue.edu
    Research Interest(s):
    partial differential equations, applied mathematics

    My Spring Office Hours are Tuesday 1:30- 2:30, Thursday 10:30-11:30 or by appointment.

    I teach MA 44200H Honors Real Analysis II and MA 26600-402 Ordinary Differential Equations during Spring 2020. Their course pages are available on Brightspace .

    My research concerns partial differential equations motivated from problems in materials science and condensed matter physics, in particular applications to liquid crystals, polymers, composites, and superconductors. Currently I am working on analyzing mathematical models for nematic and smectic liquid crystals.

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