Teaching: Fall 2018: math 117 (Real Analysis) and math 119a (ODEs and Dynamical Systems)

Research:

Interests: nonlinear PDE, optimal transport, calculus of variations, and numerical analysis.

Projects: NSF DMS-1811012, Singular Limits of Gradient Flows: Analysis and Numerics

Slides from recent talks: can be found on my curriculum vitae.

Academic Bio: I received my Ph.D. at Rutgers University, where my advisor was Eric Carlen. I spent the first year of my NSF postdoc at UCLA, where my postdoctoral mentor was Andrea Bertozzi. I then spent a year at UCSB as a UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellow, under the mentorship of Bjorn Birnir. I am now an assistant professor at UCSB.

Publications and Preprints

  1. J.A. Carrillo, K. Craig, L. Wang, and C. Wei, Primal dual methods for Wasserstein gradient flows, submitted. Videos
  2. J.A. Carrillo, K. Craig, and Y. Yao, Aggregation-diffusion equations: dynamics, asymptotics, and singular limits, submitted.
  3. K. Craig and I. Topaloglu, Aggregation-diffusion to constrained interaction: minimizers & gradient flows in the slow diffusion limit, submitted.
  4. J.A. Carrillo, K. Craig, and F.S. Patacchini, A blob method for diffusion, arxiv: 1709.09195 , accepted to Calc Var PDE.
  5. K. Craig, I. Kim, and Y. Yao, Congested aggregation via Newtonian interaction, arXiv: 1603.03790, Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis (2018), no. 1, 1-67.
  6. K. Craig, Nonconvex gradient flow in the Wasserstein metric and applications to constrained nonlocal interactions, arXiv:1512.07255, Proc. London Math. Soc., (2017), no. 114, 60–102.
  7. K. Craig and I. Topaloglu, Convergence of regularized nonlocal interaction energies, arXiv: 1503.04826, SIAM J. Math. Anal. 48 (2016), no. 1, 34-60.
  8. K. Craig and A. Bertozzi, A blob method for the aggregation equation, arXiv:1405.6424, Math. Comp. 85 (2016), no. 300, 1681-1717.
  9. K. Craig, The exponential formula for the Wasserstein metric, arXiv:1310.2912, ESAIM COCV 48 (2016), no. 1, 169-187.
  10. K. Craig, The exponential formula for the Wasserstein metric (thesis)
  11. E. Carlen and K. Craig, Contraction of the proximal map and generalized convexity of the Moreau-Yosida regularization in the 2-Wasserstein metric, arXiv: 1205.6565, Math. and Mech. of Complex Systems 1 (2013), no. 1, 33-65.