Jordan Keller

Jordan Keller

Fellow, Black Hole Initiative
Jordan Keller

My research interests are in evolutionary problems of general relativity. In particular, I am interested in adapting techniques in hyperbolic partial differential equations to the issues of stability and singularity formation in the Schwarzschild and Kerr black hole families, as well as their elaborations. 

I attended LSU and received a BS with honors in Mathematics, summa cum laude and a PhD from Columbia University in Mathematics, advised by Mu-Tao Wang. My thesis is titled “Linear Stability of Schwarzschild Black Holes.”

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