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Mathematics
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46
Citations
11,255
179
World Ranking
958
National Ranking
458

2013 - Fellow of the American Mathematical Society

1979 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity

His primary scientific interests are in Mathematical analysis, Classical mechanics, Mathematical physics, Einstein and Applied mathematics. His research on Mathematical analysis often connects related topics like Nonlinear system. His work carried out in the field of Classical mechanics brings together such families of science as Structure, Matrix, Magnetohydrodynamics, Dirac and Dirac sea.

His Einstein research incorporates themes from Gravitation, Yang–Mills existence and mass gap and Gauge group. His work focuses on many connections between Applied mathematics and other disciplines, such as Hyperbolic partial differential equation, that overlap with his field of interest in Conservation law. His Partial differential equation research integrates issues from Boundary value problem, Linear equation, Conley index theory, Morse theory and Interval.

- Shock Waves and Reaction-Diffusion Equations (2921 citations)
- LARGE TIME BEHAVIOR OF SOLUTIONS OF SYSTEMS OF NONLINEAR REACTION-DIFFUSION EQUATIONS* (267 citations)
- Global Bifurcation of Steady-State Solutions (210 citations)

Joel Smoller mainly focuses on Mathematical analysis, Mathematical physics, Classical mechanics, Black hole and Event horizon. His research investigates the connection with Mathematical analysis and areas like Nonlinear system which intersect with concerns in Pure mathematics. His work on Einstein and Gauge theory as part of general Mathematical physics study is frequently linked to Complex system, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.

His Classical mechanics research includes themes of Shock wave and Theoretical physics. His Event horizon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Geometry and Schwarzschild radius. The various areas that Joel Smoller examines in his Conservation law study include Riemann problem and Applied mathematics.

- Mathematical analysis (36.70%)
- Mathematical physics (25.23%)
- Classical mechanics (21.56%)

- Classical mechanics (21.56%)
- Mathematical analysis (36.70%)
- Rotating black hole (8.26%)

Joel Smoller mainly investigates Classical mechanics, Mathematical analysis, Rotating black hole, Mathematical physics and Event horizon. His study in Classical mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stars, White dwarf and Dark energy. He interconnects Matrix decomposition, Function and WKB approximation in the investigation of issues within Mathematical analysis.

The concepts of his Rotating black hole study are interwoven with issues in Scalar field and Wave equation. His Mathematical physics study incorporates themes from Cosmology and Spacetime. His Event horizon research incorporates elements of Initial value problem, Schwarzschild radius and Spin-½.

- Decay of Solutions of the Wave Equation in the Kerr Geometry (141 citations)
- Global solutions of the cauchy problem for quasi‐linear first‐order equations in several space variables (93 citations)
- Existence and Non-linear Stability of Rotating Star Solutions of the Compressible Euler–Poisson Equations (67 citations)

- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity

His primary areas of investigation include Classical mechanics, Mathematical analysis, Angular momentum, Mathematical physics and Initial value problem. His Classical mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Stars, White dwarf and Nonlinear system. His Mathematical analysis research focuses on subjects like Symmetry, which are linked to A priori estimate.

His research integrates issues of Wave equation and Event horizon in his study of Mathematical physics. His Event horizon study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Schwarzschild metric and Spin-½. Joel Smoller has included themes like Scalar field, Wave packet, Rotating black hole and Penrose process in his Initial value problem study.

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Shock Waves and Reaction-Diffusion Equations

Joel Smoller.

**(1983)**

5063 Citations

Shock Waves and Reaction-Diffusion Equations

Joel Smoller.

**(1983)**

5063 Citations

LARGE TIME BEHAVIOR OF SOLUTIONS OF SYSTEMS OF NONLINEAR REACTION-DIFFUSION EQUATIONS*

Edward Conway;David Hoff;Joel Smoller.

Siam Journal on Applied Mathematics **(1978)**

410 Citations

LARGE TIME BEHAVIOR OF SOLUTIONS OF SYSTEMS OF NONLINEAR REACTION-DIFFUSION EQUATIONS*

Edward Conway;David Hoff;Joel Smoller.

Siam Journal on Applied Mathematics **(1978)**

410 Citations

Global Bifurcation of Steady-State Solutions

Joel A. Smoller;Arthur G. Wasserman.

Journal of Differential Equations **(1981)**

328 Citations

Global Bifurcation of Steady-State Solutions

Joel A. Smoller;Arthur G. Wasserman.

Journal of Differential Equations **(1981)**

328 Citations

Global solutions of the relativistic Euler equations

Joel A. Smoller;Blake Temple.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1993)**

257 Citations

Global solutions of the relativistic Euler equations

Joel A. Smoller;Blake Temple.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(1993)**

257 Citations

Solutions in the large for some nonlinear hyperbolic conservation laws

Takaaki Nishida;Joel A. Smoller.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics **(1973)**

239 Citations

Solutions in the large for some nonlinear hyperbolic conservation laws

Takaaki Nishida;Joel A. Smoller.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics **(1973)**

239 Citations

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