David J Muraki
Simon Fraser University
Department of Mathematics
 Department of Mathematics (maps)
 Simon Fraser University
 address:
 Department of Mathematics
 Simon Fraser University
 8888 University Drive
 Burnaby, BC
 V5A 1S6
 office:
 K 10538
 phone:
 778.782.4814 (office)
 778.782.4947 (fax)
 778.782.3331 (math office)
 email:
 muraki@math.sfu.ca
 Spring 2016 office hours:
 monday, 35pm in K10538
 link to online portals
 canvas
 email for students:
 muraki@sfu.ca
 classes:
 math302  mythologies of modern mathematics  spring 2016
 course abstract
 apma900  methods of applied mathematics  fall 2015
 course abstract
 course wiki
 math251  calculus III  fall 2015
 canvas webpage
 recent papers & research:
 Expansion of a Holepunch Cloud by a Gravity Wave Front,
 with R. Rotunno & H. Morrison, J Atmos Sci, 2016
 (jas archive)

A Geometric Solution of a Cubic from Omar Khayyam
 in which Coloured Diagrams are Used Instead of Letters for the Greater Ease of Learners
,
 with D. A. Kent, Amer Math Monthly, 2016
 (local archive)
 Internal Gravity Waves in a Saturated MoistNeutral Atmosphere,
 with R. Rotunno, J Atmos Sci, 2013
 (jas archive)
 Models of NonBoussinesq LockExchange Flow,
 with R. Rotunno, J.B. Klemp, G.H. Bryan, J Fluid Mech, 2011
 (jfm archive)
 LargeAmplitude Topographic Waves in 2D Stratified Flow,
 J Fluid Mech, 2011
 (jfm online)
 On the Dynamics of Errors in FiniteDifference Approximations for Wave Equations,
 J Comp Phys (submitted), 2010
 (preprint)
 Dispersive Corrections to a Modulation Theory for Stratified Gravity Waves,
 with R. Fetecau, Wave Motion, 2010
 (link)
 A Simple Illustration of a Spectral Cascade,
 SIAM J Appl Math, 2007
 (pdf article)
 A Resonant Instability of Steady Mountain Waves,
 with Y. Lee & D. Alexander, J Fluid Mechanics, 2007
 (pdf article)
 Vortex Dipoles for Surface Quasigeostrophic Models,
 with C. Snyder, JAS, 2007
 (pdf article)
 A Spectral Analysis of Function Concatenations and its Implications for Sampling in Direct Volume Visualization,
 with S. Bergner, T. Moller, D. Weiskopf, IEEE Trans. Vis. Comput. Graph., 2006
 (pdf article)
 Generation of Internal Waves over Sinusoidal Topography
,
 with D. Aguilar & B. R. Sutherland, DeepSea Res. II, 2006.
 (pdf article)
 A Baroclinic Instability that Couples Balanced Motions
and Gravity Waves,
 with R. Plougonven & C. Snyder, JAS, May 2005
 (pdf article)
 more ...
 students:
 research & theses (link)
 research activities:
 portland, AMS mesoscale (2013) (talk), internal gravity waves in a saturated, moistneutral atmosphere
 san francisco, AGU annual meeting (2012) (talk), rossby wave modes for rotating shallow water on the sphere
 les houches, workshop on geophysical & astrophysical internal waves (2011) (poster), unravelling the resonant instabilities of a stratified gravity wave
 oberwolfach, atmosphereocean (2010) (link), a PV dynamics for rotating shallow water on the sphere
 uvic seminar (2009) (link), a potential vorticity dynamics for rossby waves on the sphere
 coast2coast seminar (2009) (link), Fourier spectral computing on the sphere
 more ...
 today's tropopause:
 washington collaborator Greg Hakim
 upper level dynamics (isentropic PV & tropopause maps)
 archive:
 20142015
 20132014
 20122013
 20112012
 20102011
 20092010
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