Scott Smith

Scott Smith


I 'm a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig, Germany.

I received my Phd in 2016 from the University of Maryland (College Park).

Most of my research is about stochastic partial differential equations.


  1. Parabolic equations with rough coefficients and singular forcing (joint with F. Otto, J. Sauer, and H. Weber)
    Preprint (93 pages)
  2. Stochastic continuity equations with conservative noise (joint with B. Gess)
    to appear in Journal de Mathematique Pures et Appliquees, (41 pages)
  3. On the Boltzmann equation with stochastic kinetic transport: global existence of renormalized martingale solutions (joint with S. Punshon-Smith),
    Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis 2018, 229(2), (82 pages)
  4. Holder estimates for fractional parabolic equations with critical divergence free drifts (joint with M. Delgadino)
    Annales de linstitut Henri Poincare C: Analyse non lineaire 2018, 35(3), (28 pages)
  5. The stochastic Navier-Stokes equations for heat-conducting, compressible fluids: global existence of weak solutions (joint with K. Trivisa)
    Journal of Evolution Equations 2018, 18(2), (55 pages)
  6. Random perturbations of viscous, compressible fluids: global existence of weak solutions
    SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis 2017, 49(6), (58 pages)