Lihe Wang, Visiting Chair Professor. He graduated from Peking University in 1983 with a Bachelor degree. After he obtained Ph.D degree from Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences in 1989, he worked at Princeton University as an assistant professor and at UCLA as a tenured associate professor and is a full professor at the University of Iowa since 1997. His research interests are partial differential equations, differential geometry, harmonic analysis and related issues from applied areas as modeling, optimization, statistics and finance. He was named as Sloan Research Fellow in 1994 and as Changjiang Professor in 2001. He got Jame Van Allen Natural Sciences Fellowship at the University of Iowa in 2009. For further details, please visit homepage.
Partial differential equations and their applications in geometry and physics, PStudy of qualitative properties, like regularity and stability, PStudy of dynamics of surface flows and their applications, PMathematical finance.