Charles COLLOT

Current Position

Courant Instructor, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences,
This institute is part of New York University.


Office 604,
Warren Weaver Hall, Courant Institute,
251 Mercer Street,
New York, NY 10012,
United States of America.

Research interest

I work on qualitative properties of solutions of nonlinear evolution equations: dynamics near solitons, self-similar solutions, singularity formation and long time asymptotics. My research aims at understanding the behaviour of solutions to certain parabolic equations, wave equations, and equations of fluid dynamics.

Short curriculum vitae

Teaching: Analysis, Spring 2019

Lecture Times:
Monday and Wednesday, 11:00-12:15 PM,
Courant Institute, 251 Mercer street, Room 312.

All relevant information may be found on the dedicated NYUClasses Website.

See the Syllabus of the course .

Preprints and Publications

Other documents

  • The companion paper of the talk I gave on July 3, 2018, for the Laurent Schwartz seminar, entitled On self-similarity in singularities of the unsteady Prandtl's system and related problems.
  • The companion paper of the talk A.-S. de Suzzoni gave for the Laurent Schwartz seminar, entitled Un resultat de diffusion pour l’equation de Hartree autour de solutions non localisees.
  • The companion paper of the talk I gave at IHES on May 3, 2016, entitled On blow-up and dynamics near ground states for some semilinear equations.
  • My PhD thesis that I defended in November 2016. Most of it is written in English, it contains an introduction to my research field, un résumé en français, and some long sketches of certain proofs appearing in my publications.