D.H. Sattinger




Department of Mathematics
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ  85721, USA

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Professor Sattinger is a pure and applied mathematician specializing in partial differential equations and their application to applied mathematics and theoretical physics. He obtained his PhD under Norman Levinson at M.I.T. in 1965. He has held positions on the mathematics faculties at UCLA, the University of Minnesota, and Yale University. Now retired, he is an Associate member of the mathematics faculty at the University of Arizona, and a docent at Kitt Peak National Observatory and the Steward Observatory Mirror Lab. His current research interests include history of astronomy, and nonlinear partial differential equations in cosmology and relativity.