My name is Philip Jameson Graber. I am an assistant professor of mathematics at Baylor University.

My interests as a mathematician are to address fundamental questions in the theory of nonlinear partial differential equations: well-posedness, long-time behavior, and regularity of solutions. In graduate school I was interested in coupled systems modeling acoustic-structure interactions--wave equations with nonlinear dynamic boundary conditions. Since my postdoctoral research began I have been interested in optimal control theory, Hamilton-Jacobi equations, and differential games. Lately I have been working on mean field game theory and mean field type control problems, which have many applications in life sciences, economics, and finance.
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