Research:
I am interested in partial differential equations and mathematical physics.
 Publication list
and brief CV
 My graduate textbook
Lectures on NavierStokes
Equations, AMS Graduate Studies in Mathematics 192.

Diff. Geom.Math. Phys.PDE Seminar

Math Seminars,
PIMS events,
IAM events

I was an editor (20142020) for
Taiwanese
Journal of Mathematics
 Videos of my talks at
Harvard (April 2016),
IHES (July 2016),
Fields (Sept
2020),
Virtual Analysis and PDE Seminar (March 2021),
BIRS workshop (July
2021), and
NYU Abu Dhabi (Jan 2022)
 I was the contact organizer of a 2019 BIRS workshop: From Many
Body Problems to Random Matrices (19w5176)
 I am coorganizing a 2023 BIRS workshop:
Fluid Equations, A Paradigm for Complexity: Regularity vs Blowup, Deterministic vs
Stochastic (23w5040)
Teaching:
Contact Info:
Department of Mathematics
University of British Columbia
1984 Mathematics Road
Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z2
Office: MATH building Room 109
Email: ttsai at math.ubc.ca
Phone: 6048222591
Fax: 6048226074
URL:
https://personal.math.ubc.ca/~ttsai/ (this page)
Visitor
Info:

UBC maps, directions, and tours.

A local copy of the map, and
searchable campus map.
 To come from Vancouver International Airport (YVR)
to UBC, you can either take a taxi, or take the Canada Line of SkyTrain (i.e., subway) and
then transfer to a bus.
YVRAirport Station is located above the airport parkade complex and can be accessed through
both the Domestic and International terminals. Take the train toward Waterfront Station, and
get off either at 41st Ave and transfer to bus #41, or at Broadway and transfer to express bus #99B.
See TransLink for
public transportation in Metro Vancouver.

UBC Campus Security.
 Vancouver
weather.
 Accommodations inside UBC campus:
There are also many hotels, B&B's, and hostels offcampus.
 For a longer term visit, check
Sabbatical Homes or
the housing section of craigslist.
 Don't miss UBC
Botanical Garden and UBC Museum of
Anthropology.
 According to UBC Facts page, UBC Vancouver campus had
 2008:
36,630 undergrad students
(24,044 full time), and 8,352 (7,331 full time) grad students in Nov. 2008.
 2012: The total number is 49,372 for 2012/13.
 2016/17: 44,565 undergraduates and 9,671 graduate students.
The total is 54,236.
Interesting sites:
Department of
Mathematics 
University of British Columbia
