Tyler Gonzales

I am a PhD student in Applied Mathematics at Yale. Generally, I am interested in computational mathematical physics, partial differential equations, and analysis. My work is supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family, visiting home, and going on bike rides.

You may access my CV by clicking on this link (updated 10.27.2021).

My departmental webpage can be found here.

Contact Information


Yale University, Applied Mathematics Program

114 Arthur K. Watson Hall

51 Prospect St.

New Haven, CT 06511

Email: tyler (dot) gonzales (at) yale (dot) edu

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Stability Bounds for Reconstruction from Sampling Erasures. (with S. Scholze) -

In preparation for submission. (2021)

CR-Embeddability of Quotients of the Rossi Sphere via Spectral Theory. (with H. Bosch, K. Spinelli, G. Udell, and Y. Zeytuncu) -

International Journal of Mathematics, submitted. (2021)

A Tauberian Approach to Weyl’s Law for the Kohn Laplacian on Spheres. (with H. Bosch, K. Spinelli, G. Udell, and Y. Zeytuncu) -

Canadian Mathematical Bulletin, 1-22. (2021)

Numerical Simulation of Atmospheric Passage of Interplanetary Dust Particles.

ASTRA: The McNair Journal, 8-16. (2021)