I am a postdoc at UC Santa Cruz working with François Monard. I am interested in microlocal analysis, inverse problems, and PDE.
I obtained my Ph.D. from Stanford University under the supervision of András Vasy.
Here is my CV.
Email me at: yzou34 ucsc edu (insert punctuation as needed)
I am the instructor for Math 218 (Advanced Parabolic and Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations) in Spring 2022.
The C^{∞}-isomorphism property for a class of singularly-weighted X-ray transforms, joint with Rohit Krishna Mishra and François Monard.
Preprint, 2022.
Microlocal Methods for The Elastic Travel Time Tomography Problem for Transversely Isotropic Media.
Preprint, 2021.
Streak artifacts from non-convex metal objects in X-ray tomography, joint with Yiran Wang.
Pure and Applied Analysis, 3 (2021), no. 2, 295-318. DOI: 10.2140/paa.2021.3.295.
Submitted for publication, 2019.
"Streak artifacts from non-convex metal objects in X-ray tomography"
-HADES Seminar, UC Berkeley, September 28, 2021
-Geometry and Analysis Seminar, UC Santa Cruz, May 14, 2020
"The Travel Time Tomography Inverse Problem for Transversely Isotropic Elastic Media"
- Differential Geometry/PDE Seminar, University of Washington, March 4, 2020
- Analysis & PDE Seminar, Stanford University, February 25, 2020
- HADES Seminar, UC Berkeley, February 4, 2020
- Graduate Student Seminar, Microlocal Analysis Program, MSRI, December 2, 2019
"Partial Global Recovery in the Elastic Travel Time Tomography Problem for Transversely Isotropic Media"
- poster presented at the Summer Northwestern Analysis Program (SNAP) in 2019.
"Machinery for a Local Transversely Isotropic Elasticity Inverse Problem"
- MATH+X Symposium on Inverse Problems and Deep Learning in Space Exploration, Houston, TX, January 23, 2019