**Hao Wu(吴昊)**
Associate Professor

Department of Mathematical Sciences

Tsinghua University

Beijing, 100084, P.R. China

◆ Brief CV

◆ Research

◆ Student Advising

◆ My Mathematical Genealogy

◆ Chinese version(中文版)

◆ Education Experiences

Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, Jul. 2009, Tsinghua University,
Advisor: Prof. Shi Jin.

B.S. in Mathematics, Jul. 2004, Tsinghua University.

◆ Academic Positions

Associate Professor (tenured), Dec. 2016 - ,
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Tsinghua University.

Associate Professor (tenure track), Dec. 2013 - Nov. 2016,
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Tsinghua University.

Assistant Professor, Jun. 2011 - Nov. 2013,
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Tsinghua University.

Research Associate, Jul. 2009 - May. 2011,
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Tsinghua University.

Postdoctoral fellow, Nov. 2009 - Oct. 2010,
Institute of Mathematics,
University of Paul Sabatier(Toulouse III), Prof. Naoufel Ben Abdallah.

◆ Services

Assistant Dean, Sep. 2017 - ,
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Tsinghua University.

Vice Director, Jan. 2019 - ,
Institute of Computational Math and Operation Research,
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Tsinghua University.

Member of Education Committe, Dec. 2016 - ,
China Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

¡ô Editorial Boards

Invited Column Editor£¬Mathematica Numerica Sinica£¬Dec. 2018 - .

◆ Awards (Full List)

Award of nomination for Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of China, Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council, 2012.

Excellent Youth Paper Award, Chinese Society for Computational Mathematics, 2011.

Excellent Youth-Teaching Award, Tsinghua University, 2017.

Outstanding award for Youth-Teaching Contest of Universities in Beijing, Educational Committee of Beijing, 2013.

◆ Research Interests

Optimal Transport Problems

Inverse Problem in Seismology

High Frequency Waves

Big Data, Deep Learning and Quantitative Finance

◆ Selected Research Support (Full Version)

PI, NSFC Project 11871297, On the mathematical theory and fast algorithm in waveform based earthquake location (RMB 540,000), 2019-2022.

PI, Tsinghua University Initiative Scientific Research Program, Unbalanced optimal transport: theory and application (RMB 2,160,000), 2019-2021.

Participator, NSFC Project U1839206, The 3D fine velocity structure of North-South seismic zone and fast earthquake location method (RMB 2,270,000), 2019-2022.

Participator, National Key Research and Development Program 2017YFC1500301,The full waveform inversion for the 3D lithosphere and upper mantle structure in Sichuan-Yunnan region (RMB 3,080,000), 2018-2022.

◆ Selected Five Publications (Full Publications,
Researcher ID,
AMS List,
G-Scholar)

The quadratic Wasserstein metric for Earthquake Location,

with J. Chen, Y.F. Chen and D.H. Yang,

Journal of Computational Physics, 373(2018), pp. 188-209.

Dynamic inversion method based on the time-staggered stereo-modeling scheme and its acceleration,

with H. Jing and D.H. Yang,

Geophysical Journal International, 207(2016), pp. 1675-1687.

A Hybrid Phase-Flow Method for solving the Liouville Equation in Bounded Domain,

with X. Yang,

SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis, 49(2011), no. 2, pp. 733-754.

Bloch Decomposition-Based Gaussian Beam Method for the Schrödinger equation with Periodic Potentials,

with S. Jin, X. Yang and Z.Y. Huang,

Journal of Computational Physics, 229(2010), no. 13, pp. 4869-4883.

Gaussian Beam Methods for the Schrödinger Equation in the Semi-classical Regime: Lagrangian and Eulerian Formulations,

with S. Jin and X. Yang,

Communications in Mathematical Sciences, 6(2008), no. 4, pp. 995-1020.

◆ Recent Research Activities (Full Activities)

The International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM 2019),

Valencia, Spain, Jul. 15-19, 2019.

SIAM Conference on Mathematical & Computational Issues in the Geosciences,

Huston, USA, Mar. 11-14, 2019.

◆ Former Graduate Students:

Dr. Xijun He, Ph.D. in Jul. 2015, co-advisor. First job after graduation: China Aerospace Science and Industry Group.

Ms. Zhongjun Wu, Msc Degree in Jul. 2015 (Outstanding Master Graduation Award in Beijing). First job after graduation: The People's Bank of China, Kunming Central Sub-branch.

◆ Current Graduate Students:

We will draw up your study plan and research project together. The short-term goal is to achieve the basic requirement of Ph.D. graduation in 3-4 years. The long-term goal is to solve a challenging scientific problem. I will provide rich academic opportunities to my Ph.D. students, including participation in international scientific conferences and recommend to study abroad (6-12 months).

Mr. Jing Chen, Ph.D. student since Sep. 2016.

Ms. Yijia Tang, Ph.D. student (SJTU) since Sep. 2016, co-advisor.

Mr. Guoxu Chen, Ph.D. student since Sep. 2018.

Mr. Zhengyang Li, Ph.D. student since Sep. 2018.

Mr. Baojia Luo, Ph.D. student since Sep. 2019.

Mr. Songli Han, Ph.D. student since Sep. 2019.

Ms. Wanyi Zheng, Master student since Sep. 2017.

Open position for Ph.D. students. Please contact me at hwu@tsinghua.edu.cn.

◆ Undergraduate Research and Innovation Program:

I have an excellent record in advising and recommending undergraduate students to top Universities. Here are their names and positions:

Mr. Lin, Ph.D candidate in MIT since Sep. 2013.

Mr. Gao, Ph.D candidate in Stanford since Sep. 2014.

Mr. Yang, Ph.D candidate in Princeton since Sep. 2015.

Ms. Yin, Ph.D candidate in NUS since Sep. 2015.

Mr. Zhang, Ph.D candidate in Caltech since Sep. 2017.

Mr. Chen, Ph.D candidate in Caltech since Sep. 2018.

We are interested in the topic Optimial Transport: Theory, Application and Interdiscipline. Please contact me at hwu@tsinghua.edu.cn, if you are interested in this project.

◆ Teaching£¨Details£©£º

8 academic years£¨2011-2019£©, 1328 hours in total, 166 hours for each year.

Courses: Stochastic Mathematical Methods (48 hours, 4 times), Computing Practice (48 hours, 4 times), Functions of Complex Variables and Equations of Mathematical Physics (48 hours, 11 times), Numerical Solutions for Partial Differential Equations (64 hours, 5 times), Introduction of Scientific Computing with Matlab (32 hours, once) and Methods of Mathematical physics (64 hours, once).

**My Mathematical Genealogy**

I got Ph.D. in 2009 from Tsinghua University, my advisor is Prof. Shi Jin.

Shi Jin got Ph.D. in 1991 from University of Arizona, his advisor is Prof. Charles David Levermore.

Charles David Levermore got Ph.D. in 1982 from New York University, his advisor is Prof. Peter David Lax.

Peter David Lax got Ph.D. in 1949 from New York University, his advisor is Prof. Kurt Otto Friedrichs.

Kurt Otto Friedrichs got Ph.D. in 1925 from Universität Gottingen, his advisor is Prof. Richard Courant.

Richard Courant got Ph.D. in 1910 from Universität Gottingen, his advisor is Prof. David Hilbert.

For further genealogy, please refer to the Mathematics Genealogy Project.

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