Dallas Albritton

VAbout Me

I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My research interests are in pure and applied aspects of partial differential equations and fluid dynamics.

In 2022-23, I was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Princeton University, where my sponsor was Peter Constantin. In 2021-22, I was a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, where my mentor was Camillo De Lellis. In 2020-21, I was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at the Courant Institute at NYU, where my sponsor was Vlad Vicol.  In 2020, I completed my PhD in Mathematics at the University of Minnesota under the supervision of Vladimír Šverák.

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Red Rock Canyon, Nevada



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Lecture notes


Content not published elsewhere: Chapter 2 contains a summary of the Navier-Stokes theory which is suitable for newcomers to the field. Chapter 3 contains a streamlined version of my 1st paper (Anal. PDE, 2018), though this version was not peer reviewed, and it is anyway superseded by my 1st paper with Barker (ARMA, 2019).


This work with E. Brué and M. Colombo was featured in Quanta, the Research Highlights of the NSF Mathematical Sciences Institutes, and in a Korean popular science magazine aimed at young people.

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Split Rock Lighthouse, Minnesota


Princeton University


University of Minnesota

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My wife, Laurel Ohm, is an applied mathematician.