Jean Krisch

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Jean Krisch

Arthur F. Thurnau Professor

Office Location(s): 2425 Randall
Phone: 734.763.5656
jkrisch@umich.edu

  • Fields of Study
    • General Relativity
  • About

    Professor Krisch is interested in exact solutions to the Einstein field equations focusing on specific matter transport mechanisms in complex fluids. Her recent work includes thin shell dynamics and applications of fractional calculus to boundary matching.

    Professor Krisch is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor.

    Selected Publications

    Relativistic Bessel Cylinders, (J. P. Krisch and E. N. Glass), J. Math. Phys 55, 102502 (2014).

    Incompressible Stars and Fractional Derivatives, (S.S. Bayin and J. P. Krisch), arXiv:1408.5816.

    Two Fluid Shear Free Composites, (J. P. Krisch and E. N. Glass), J. Math.Phys 54, 082501 (2013).

    Levi-Civita Cylinders with Fractional Angular Deficit, (J. P. Krisch and E. N. Glass), J. Math. Phys 52, 052503 (2011).

    Thin Shell Dynamics and Equations of State, (J. P. Krisch and E. N. Glass), Phys. Rev. D 78, 044003 (2008).

    Collapsing Layers on Schwarzschild-Lemaitre Geodesics, (J. P. Krisch and E. N. Glass), Phys. Rev. D 76, 104006 (2007).

    Fractional Israel Layers, (J. P. Krisch), J. Math. Phys. 47, 122501 (2006).

    Fractional Boundaries for Fluid Spheres, (S. Bayin, E. N. Glass and J. P. Krisch), J. Math. Phys. 47,12501 (2006).

  • Education
    • University of Maryland B.S. 1960
    • Cornell University M.S. 1962
    • Cornell University Ph.D. 1965.