Lihe Wang, 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. Prior to join Shanghai Jiao Tong University, he was a full professor in University of Iowa. He did a bunch of pioneer work in partial differential equations, differential geometry, harmonic analysis and their applications and is recognized as a leading mathematician for the research on regularity theory. He was named a Sloan Research Fellow in 1994 and was a Changjiang Professor awarded by Ministry of Education in China. He was a recipient of Jam Van Allen Natural Sciences Fellowship at University of Iowa in 2009. In 2011, he was selected as a fellow for The Recruitment Program of Global Experts in China.
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.