Bill Cooperman

NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at the Courant Institute,
  sponsored by Vlad Vicol

I like to study the large-scale structure of discrete, random, or periodic objects using PDE methods.

I recently graduated from the University of Chicago, where I was fortunate to be advised by Professor Charles Smart.

Here's my CV.



  1. Unique continuation on planar graphs,
      with Ahmed Bou-Rabee and Shirshendu Ganguly
  2. Rigidity of harmonic functions on the supercritical percolation cluster,
      with Ahmed Bou-Rabee and Paul Dario
  3. Slow periodic homogenization for Hamilton-Jacobi equations
      in Communications in Partial Differential Equations.
  4. Exponential mixing by shear flows
      in SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis
  5. On the random G equation with nonzero divergence
      in Calculus of Variations and PDE.
  6. Quantitative stochastic homogenization of the G equation
      in Probability Theory and Related Fields.
  7. A near-optimal rate of periodic homogenization for convex Hamilton-Jacobi equations.
      in Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis.