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How to Contact:

office: Room 1318, New Science Building,
Tsinghua Campus

phones: +86(0)1062772860(O)
Education:

BS: Applied Mathematics, Beijing
Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 02/1982

MS: Applied Mathematics, Tsinghua
University, 04/1984
Thesis: The boundary value problems of filtration equation in partially
saturated porous media

Ph.D.: Applied Mathematics, Tsinghua
University, 12/1987
Dissertation: The mathematical problems on fluidsoluteheat flow
through porous media
Experience:

06/00 to present: Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Tsinghua University,
Beijing, China.

09/00 to 03/01: Visiting
researcher,
Texas Institute for Comutational
and Applied Mathematics (TICAM), University
of Texas (UT Austin)
Participating in the project on Nonlinear Diffusion in Deformable Porous
Media, which is related with nonlinear evolution equations, variational
inequalities, and partially saturated flows in poroelastic media.

03/97 to 9/99: Deputy Director of
the Institute of Applied Mathematics
Department of Applied Mathematics, Tsinghua University, Beijing,
China.
Management of postdoc
affairs and computing laboratory in the department.

05/93 to 03/97: Director of the Division
of Differential Equations
Department of Applied Mathematics, Tsinghua University, Beijing,
China.

12/92 to 05/2000: Associate Professor
Department of Applied Mathematics, Tsinghua University, Beijing,
China.
Researching in the field of partial differential equations and applied
mathematics, including nonlinear degenerate diffusion equations, reactionconvection
equations, global existence and blowup in finite time, uniqueness and
nonuniqueness, extinction in finite time, propagation in finite speed,
instantaneous shrinking of supports, waiting time problem, FokkerPlanck
equation, GinzburgLandau equation.
Teaching courses in mathematics, including calculus, partial differential
equations, complex variables, real analysis, engineering mathematics.

12/87 to 11/92: Lecturer
Department of Applied Mathematics, Tsinghua University, Beijing,
China.

10/91 to 10/92: Visiting Scholar
Faculty of
Mathematics and Mechanics, Moscow
State University, Moscow, Russia.
Study on partial differential equations, the main interest contains
of multidimensional degenerate diffusion with evolutionary boundary conditions,
propagation of pertubation in doubly degenerate diffusion, instantaneous
shrinking of supports of solutions to nonlinear parabolic equations.
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