Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae



2008 – 2014 Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing (AMSC) Program
   University of Maryland, College Park
Doctor of Philosophy, Major: Applied Mathematics
2004 – 2008 Department of Scientific and Engineering Computing
   School of Mathematical Sciences, Peking University
Bachelor of Science, Major: Applied Mathematics
2005 – 2008 National School of Development
   Peking University
A Double Major in Economics, Bachelor of Science

Academic Positions

2018 – current Assistant Professor
   Department of Mathematics
University of South Carolina, Columbia
2015 – 2018 Lovett instructor
   Department of Mathematics
Rice University, Houston
2014 – 2015 Postdoctoral Research Associate
   Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling
University of Maryland, College Park

Publications and Preprints

See list of publications.

Grants and Awards

2021 – 2024 NSF Grant DMS #2108264 “Nonlocal transport equations in fluids, swarming, and traffic flows”, PI
2020 – 2022 UofSC ASPIRE I Grant “Multiscale nonlocal models in traffic flows”, PI
2018 – 2022 NSF EPSCoR grant RII Track1: Materials Assembly and Design Excellence in South Carolina: MADE in SC, PI
2018 – 2021 NSF Grant DMS #1853001 “Regularity and singularity formations in swarming and related fluid models”, PI
2018 – 2021 AMS-Simons Travel Grant
See More Grants and Awards.

Conferences, Workshops and Seminars

2021.5.4 PDE/Analysis Seminar, BICRM, Peking University.
  Talk: Eulerian dynamics in multi-dimensions with radial symmetry.
2021.4.19 Analysis and Applied Mathematics Seminar, University of Illinois Chicago.
  Talk: The flow of polynomial roots under differentiation.
2021.3.30 Applied Math & Analysis Seminar, Duke University.
  Talk: Nonlocal traffic flow models and the prevention of traffic jams.
2021.3.26 Zu Chongzhi Colloquium, Duke Kunshan University.
  Talk: The flow of polynomial roots under differentiation.
2020.11.19 INS Seminar, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
  Talk: Nonlocal traffic flow models and the prevention of traffic jams.
2020.10.28 Mathematics Colloquium, Old Dominion University.
  Talk: Self-organized dynamics: aggregation and flocking.
2020.9.28 CAM Seminar, Iowa State University.
  Talk: Nonlocal traffic flow models.
See More Conferences, Workshops and Seminars.


See list of courses taught.


McKenzie Black (Ph.D. student, current)
Thomas Hamori (Ph.D. student, current)


2018-2019 Committee. Undergraduate Program Committee, Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina.
  Committee. The 33rd UofSC High School Math Contest, University of South Carolina.
2017-2018 Committee. Teaching Seminar, Department of Mathematics, Rice University.
2016-2017 Committee. Department of Mathematics Colloquium, Rice University.
Journal referee Analysis and Applications
  Annales de l’Institut Henri Poincaré(C): nonlinear analysis
  Applied Mathematics Letters
  Communications in Mathematical Sciences
  Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems
  Journal of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics
  Kinetic and Related Models
  Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences
  Mathematische Zeitschrift
  Methods and Applications of Analysis
  Networks and Heterogeneous Media
  SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization
  SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis
  SIAM Multiscale Modeling and Simulation
  Transactions of the AMS
  Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Physik
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