Jim Ellison, Professor Emeritus
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
The University of New Mexico
E-Mail:
ellison At math.unm.edu

Office: 204 SMLC
Office Hours: by appointment
Phone: 505-277-4110

Education:
 
PhD Applied Mathematics, CalTech 1970
MS Engineering Mechanics, University of Wisconsin 1965
BS Engineering Mechanics, University of Wisconsin 1964


Teaching:
  • Math 579 Under Consideration
    Relativistic Classical Electrodynamics and XFELs
Research: Please note (REVISION IN PROGRESS 9/3/2017)
  • Research Interests
    • Beam Dynamics in Particle Accelerators
      • Spin Dynamics and Polarization Physics
      • Vlasov and Vlasov-Maxwell Equations - Analysis, Numerics, Perturbation
      • Klimontovich-Maxwell and Mean Field Approximations
      • Electron Storage Rings
      • X-Ray Free-Electron Lasers
    • Rigorous perturbation theory for Dynamical Systems defined by Maps, ODEs and partial differential integral equations. Averaging, quasi-periodicity, resonance, Diophantine conditions
    • Probability and Stochastic Processes - Stochastic perturbation of Dynamical systems, Ito SDEs and Fokker-Planck Equations, Ergodic Theory
    • Particle Channeling in Crystals

Last updated: 9/3/2017

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