**Name**: Ralph Saxton (Prof)

**Affiliation**: Department of Mathematics, University of
New Orleans, Lakefront, New Orleans, LA 70148

**Degree**: PhD (Mathematics, 1981) *Heriot-Watt
University *

**Phone**: (504) 280-6130

**Fax**: (504) 280-5516

**Department**:** http://www.math.uno.edu/ Faculty**:

**Doctoral** **Students:
Alejandro Sarria
(Blow-Up of Solutions to the Generalized Inviscid Proudman-Johnson Equation,
2012)
Abeer Yasin (Multiple Solutions on a Ball for a Generalized Lane-Emden Equation,
2008)**

*PhDs.org
Science, Math, and Engineering Career Resources*

*Some mathematical resources*

*Cornell:
Project Euclid Digital
Library Math Collection *

*Electronic Journal of Differential
Equations *

*Electronic Library of Mathematics *

*IMU - International Mathematical Union *

Stackexchange: *Math
Academia** **TeX** **Mathematica*

*mp_arc:
Mathematical Physics Archive *

*Trondheim: Conservation Laws PreprintServer *

*Portail**
Documentaire Mathematique*

*American Mathematical Society journals*

*Conformal Geometry and Dynamics *

*Electronic Research Announcements *

*SIAM journals*

*Oxford University Press*

*IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics
*

*IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis
*

*Proceedings of the Edinburgh
Mathematical Society *

*The Quarterly Journal of
Mathematics *

*The Quarterly Journal of Mechanics
and Applied Mathematics *

*Other titles*

*American
Journal of Mathematics *

*J. fur die reine
und angewandte Mathematik (Crelle's Journal) *

*New York Journal of
Mathematics *

*Pacific Journal of Mathematics *

*Regular and Chaotic
Dynamics Home Page *

*JSTOR archives*

*Journal of the American
Mathematical Society *

*Proceedings of the American
Mathematical Society *

*SIAM Journal on Applied
Mathematics *

*SIAM Journal on Numerical
Analysis *

*Transactions of
the American Mathematical Society *

*In science
it often happens that scientists say, 'You know that's a really good argument;
my position is mistaken,' and then they actually change their minds and you
never hear that old view from them again. They really do it. It doesn't happen
as often as it should, because scientists are human and change is sometimes
painful. But it happens every day. I cannot recall the last time something like
that happened in politics or religion. *

*Carl
Sagan, 1987 CSICOP keynote address*

I was always delighted by the way in which Thom discussed mathematics, using sentences obviously having no strict logical meaning at all. While I was never able to completely free myself from the straitjacket of logic, I was forever poisoned by the dream of the irresponsible mathematical speculation with no exact meaning. "One can always find imbeciles to prove theorems" was, according to Thom's students, his principle.

David Hilbert, quoted in Constance Reid's biography of Hilbert

*from "An Interview
with Vladimir Arnol'd"*