Mathematics and Physics
College of Mathematics and Physics
Wenzhou is a dynamic city in China. Famous for their sophisticated business skills, the people of Wenzhou, popularly known as Wenzhounese have earned themselves the reputation and title of “Oriental Jews”A. Their aptitude for business closely connects with their mathematical genes. Wenzhou is also the acclaimed “hometown of mathematicians”. Since the beginning of the 20th century, Wenzhou has cultivated over 200 eminent mathematicians and mathematical researchers.
As the most noted institution for higher education of mathematics in Wenzhou, the College of Mathematics and Physics of Wenzhou University has a history spanning 65 years. Adhering to the school running principle of “great learning makes a teacher, moral integrity makes a model”, we, Wenzhou University’s College of Mathematics and Physics have trained over 3,000 middle school math teachers, many of whom later became master teachers, well-known principals, successful entrepreneurs, and government officials. At present, there are 1,179 students, including 1,010 undergraduates and 169 postgraduates attending Wenzhou University’s College of Mathematics and Physics.
Wenzhou University's College of Mathematics and Physics boasts a powerful faculty with 19 professors and 27 associate professors, among whom, Chen Shuxing, is also an academician of The Chinese Academy of Sciences. Our teachers have exceptional teaching ability and one teaching team has even received the rating of excellent teaching team of Zhejiang Province. Great importance is attached to students’ professional knowledge education and professional ability training. Several students have won national-level awards in Contemporary Undergraduate Mathematical Contests in Modeling, Mathematical Contests in Modeling in The United States, China Mathematical Contest, and National Contest of Teaching Skills for Teachers-College Students. According to statistics, our students have won more than 150 national and provincial awards in the last three years. In addition to this, a significant number of our undergraduates are continuously admitted to graduate programs in mathematics upon graduation, and many of them became college teachers.
The College of Mathematics and Physics is full of the atmosphere of scientific research. In the past five years, teachers and students have collectively contributed more than 21 National Natural Science Foundation projects, 20 provincial and ministerial level teaching and research projects, publishing of more than 360 academic papers, over 220 of which have been indexed by SCI. Every year, we have students who get scientific research projects or participate in national competitions. For example, our undergraduate students once won the special first prize in the “Challenge Cup” National Undergraduate Extracurricular Academic Work of Science and Technology. Other than the, graduate students have even completed and been able to publish first-author theses in top international journals in their field of study.
BSc in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics:
This degree major aims to train students to master the basic theories and methods of mathematical science, be able to use mathematical knowledge and use computers to solve practical problems, and initially possess the ability of mathematical scientific research and innovation.
Not only can this major cultivate excellent primary and secondary school mathematics teachers with solid basic knowledge of mathematics and mathematics education, but also it can cultivate innovative talents with solid basic knowledge of mathematics and strong mathematical innovation ability.
Calculus, analytic geometry, linear algebra, ordinary differential equation, probability theory, mathematical statistics, college physics, college physics experiment, fundamentals of pedagogy, language skills of teachers, development and educational psychology, head teacher's work practice, application of modern educational technology, educational research methods, elementary theory of numbers, mathematical model and experiment, mathematical teaching theory, mathematics curriculum standards and textbook analysis, mathematics classroom teaching skills training, competition mathematics.
Duration: 4 Years.
The College of Mathematics and Physics maintains tight and friendly relations with the local middle schools in Wenzhou. At the moment, there are more than 30 middle schools that have become our students’ practice bases, making it possible for our students to go on probation or internship every semester. What’s more, we have signed cooperation agreements with a few companies and enterprises, and you can also have an internship there if you want.
Dr. Mengmeng Cao
Ph.D, Columbia University, 2018
B.Sc, Wenzhou University, 2004
Assistant Professor,Wenzhou University, January 2019-present
Lecture, City University of New York, January 2016 to May 2017
Intern, OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development) – Paris, France, 2015
Mathematics Teacher,YueQing High School, July 2004 to September 2013
Mathematics teaching and learning, psychology of learning mathematics, curriculum design in mathematics learning, international comparison of education
Ph.D, PeKing University, Year 2004-2010
B.Sc, Hunan Normal University, Year 2000-2004
Associate Professor,Wenzhou University, December 2015-present
Lecturer, Wenzhou University, July 2010 to December 2015
Modular representation of finite groups
Sheng Yang, Sheng Gao, On the control of fusion in the local category for the p-block with a minimal nonabelian defect group. Science in China Series A: Mathematic. 54(2):325-340, 2011
 Sheng Yang，On Olsson’s conjecture for blocks with metacyclic defect groups of odd order, Archiv der Mathematik. 96(5):401-408,2011.
 Sheng Yang, 3-Blocks with Abelian Defect Groups Isomorphic To , Acta Mathematica Scientia, English Series, 2013, 29(12): 2245-2250.
Sheng Yang, Sheng Gao, Chongbin Xu, On the Number of Irreducible Characters in a 3-block with a Minimal Nonabelian Defect Group , Acta Mathematica Scientia, English Series,2017 Vol. 33 (9): 1267-1274
Lecturer Qingge Kong
Ph.D, Zhejiang University, Sep.2015-Jun. 2018
B.Sc, Central South University, Sep.2010-Jun.2013
Lecturer,Wenzhou University, Aug. 2018-present
Fractals, Complex network, Time series, Machine learning
QinggeKong, Qing Yu, Meifeng Dai, Yue Zong, Xiaodong Wang, Jianzhong Jiang, Huojun Ruan, Multifractal Detrended fluctuation analysis based on pseudo-bilinear fractal interpolation function on metallic glasses, Fractals, 26(4) (2018), 1850047.
Qingge Kong, Huojun Ruan, Sheng Zhang, Box dimensions on bilinear fracatal interpolation surfaces. Bulletin of Australian mathematical Society,98(2018) ,113-121.
Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, Wenzhou University
Ph.D., Mathematics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany, 2020
(advisor: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Horst)
M.A., Mathematics, Fudan University, China, 2016(advisor: Prof. Dr. Shanjian Tang)
B.A., Mathematics, Xiamen University, China, 2013
2021.03-present, Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, Wenzhou University
2020.2-2021.2, Postdoc, Department of Mathematics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Research interests: ·
Optimal Liquidation Problem/Stochastic Control Problem/Mean Field Game/
Partial Differential Equation (PDE) / Backward Stochastic Differential Equation (BSDE)
1. Ulrich Horst and Xiaonyu Xia, Multi-dimensional Optimal Trade Execution under Stochastic Resilience, Finance & Stochastics, 23(4), 889-923, 2019.
2.Ulrich Horst and Xiaonyu Xia, Continuous viscosity solutions to linear-quadratic stochastic control problems with singular terminal state constraint, Applied Mathematics & Optimization, DOI:10.1007/s00245-020-09673-4, 2020.
3.Ulrich Horst, Xiaonyu Xia and Chao Zhou, Portfolio liquidation under factor uncertainty, Annals of Applied Probability(To appear).
Ph.D, In Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), 2006
B.Sc, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Yanshan University, 1996
Lecturer, Wenzhou University, Mar. 2010-present
Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States of America, Feb. 2009-Aug. 2009
Researcher, Centers of Excellence, Nagoya University, Japan, Nov. 2007-Dec. 2008
Postdoctoral fellow, MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, Sep. 2006-Oct. 2007
Experimental condensed matter physics
Hirotaka Gotoh, Yoichi Takeda, Hidefumi Asano, Jianping Zhong, Ammanabrolu Rajanikanth, and Kazuhiro Hono, Antiferromagnetism and Spin Polarization in Double Perovskite SrLaVMoO6, Appl. Phys. Express 2 013001 (2009)
C. Meyer, B.J. Ruck, J. Zhong, S. Granville, A.R.H. Preston, G.V.M. Williams and H.J. Trodahl, Near-Zero Moment Ferromagnetism in the Semiconductor SmN, Phys. Rev. B 78, 174406 (2008)
H. J. Trodahl, A. R. H. Preston, J. Zhong, B. J. Ruck N. M. Strickland C. Mitra and W. R. L. Lambrecht, Ferromagnetic redshift of the optical gap in GdN, Phys. Rev. B 76, 085211 (2007)
J. Yuan, H. Wu, L. X. Cao, L. Zhao, K. Jin, B. Y. Zhu, S. J. Zhu, J. P. Zhong, J. Miao, B. Xu, X. Y. Qi, X. G. Qiu, X. F. Duan, and B. R. Zhao, Metallic oxide p-I-n junctions with ferroelectric as the barrier, Applied Physics Letters 90, 102113 (2007)
Shaobo Yang , Jianping Zhong, Jie Yuan, ShaoJiang Zhu, Bo Xu, Lixin Cao, Xianggang Qiu, LiuYing Nie, Zhong Xie, Lihua Zhao and Bairu Zhao, The electric and magnetic properties of epitaxially grown A0.5-xLaxSr0.5MnO3 (A=Pr, Nd) thin film, Chinese Physics 15(11), 2724-2730 (2006)
H. Wu, L. Zhao, J. Yuan, L. X. Cao, J. P. Zhong, L. J. Gao, B. Xu, P. C. Dai, B. Y. Zhu, X. G. Qiu, and B. R. Zhao, Transport Properties of Electron-doped La2-xCexCuO4 Cuprate Thin Films, Physical Review B 73, 104512 (2006)
J. P. Zhong, S. B. Yang, J. Yuan, B. Xu, L. X. Cao, X. G. Qiu, B. R. Zhao, Positive magnetoresistance feature in ultrathin La0.67Ca0.33MnO3 films, Solid State Communications 136，528-532 (2005)
J. P. Zhong, L. Zhao, J. Yuan, H. Wu, B. Xu, L. X. Cao, X. G. Qiu, B. R. Zhao, Growth and transport properties of (La1-xCex)2CuO4 /La0.67Ca0.33MnO3, Supercond. Sci. Technol. 18，735-738 (2005)
Shaobo Yang , Jianping Zhong, Jun Miao, Jie Yuan, Bo Xu, Lixin Cao, Xianggang Qiu and Bairu Zhao, Zhong Xie, Lihua Zhao, Magnetic and electronic phase transitions and magnetoresistance effect in the Pr0.5-xLaxSr0.5MnO3 (x=0.10,0.15) system, Physica B 370, 99-103 (2005)
Ph.D, Okalahoma State University, 2001
M.Sc, Institute Of High Energy Physics,Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1996
B.Sc, Zhejiang University, 1990
Professor,Wenzhou University, December 2006-present
Lecturer, Wenzhou University, September 2004 to November 2006
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, SUNY at Stony Brook, November 2002 to August 2004
Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Hong Kong Baptist University, August 2001 to July 2002
Teaching Assistant, Wenzhou University, August 1990 to August 1993
Statistical Mechanics in Exactly Solvable Models
X.D. Tan, X.L. Wang, S.S. Huang, and B.-Q. Jin, Quantum and Classical Thermal Correlations in the XXZ Spin-1/2 Chain, Int. J. Theor. Phys. 53 (2014), 91-101
X.D. Tan, S.S. Huang, and B.-Q. Jin, New insights into quantum and classical correlations in XY spin models, Eur. Phys. J., B 85 (2012), 411
K.X. Hu and B.- Q. Jin, QDs-Cavity Approach to Teleportation of Multipartitie GHZ-Like Entangled State, Int. J. Quant. Info., 7 (2009), 573-586
A. R. Its, B.-Q. Jin, and V. E. Korepin, Entropy of XY spin chain and block Toeplitz determinants, in: Universality and Renormalization: From Stochastic Evolution to Renormalization of Quantum Fields, Fields Institute Communications, 50(2007), AMS
A.R. Its, B.-Q. Jin, and V.E. Korepin, Entanglement in the XY spin chain, J. Phys., A 38 (2005), 2975--2990
B.-Q. Jin and V.E. Korepin, Localizable entanglement in antiferromagnetic spin chains, Phys. Rev., A 69 (2004), 062314
B.-Q. Jin and V.E. Korepin, Quantum Spin Chain, Toeplitz Determinants, and Fisher-Hartwig Conjecture, J. Stat. Phys., 116 (2004), 79--95
B. Hu, B.-Q. Jin, L. Wang, and H.-L. Yang, Comment on `Finite Heat Conduction in a $2$D Disordered Lattice', Phys. Rev. Lett., 90 (2003), 119401
H. Au-Yang, B.-Q. Jin, and J.H.H. Perk, Baxter's Solution for the Free Energy of the Chiral Potts Model, J. Stat. Phys., 102 (2001), 471--499.
B.-Q. Jin and S. Zhou, Vertex operator of Uq(Bl(1)) for level one, J. Phys., A 29 (1996), 5663--5676.
Asssociate Professor, Email: email@example.com
1992-1995, Yichun University
1999-2002, Northwest Normal University, Master
2005-2009, East China Normal University, Ph.D. (advisor: Lingyuan Gu)
1995-1999, Qiaodong Middle School, Fengcheng City, Jiangxi Province
2002-2005, Wenzhou Normal University
2005-present, the Wenzhou University
2018-2019, University of Macau, Visitor (mentor: Xuhua Sun)
Research interests: Mathematics Education, Analytic Inequality
1.Xu Yan-Hui. A Power Series Approach to An Inequality and Its Generalizations. The Teaching of Mathematics. 2016,19(2):76-83.
2.Xu Yan-Hui. ON “ONE PROBLEM MULTIPLE CHANGE”IN CHINESE “BIANSHI”MATHEMATICS TEACHING. The Teaching of Mathematics. 2018,21(2):80-96.
3.Xu Yanhui. A general method of proving some classic inequalities by AM–GM inequality. The Teaching of Mathematics. 2019,22(2):61-70.
4. Xu Yanhui. Developing an instrument for assessing for middle school students’ perceptions of mathematics teachers’ PCK. Journal of the Korea Society of Mathematical Education Series D: Research in Mathematical Education. 2020,23(1):23-45.
5. Xu Yanhui. The Educational Value of Mathematical Inquiry, Journal of Education, 2002/08. (In Chinese)
6. Xu Yanhui. On the Value of Teaching of MathematicsInquiry, Mathematics bulletin, 2004/01. (In Chinese)
7. Xu Yanhui. A case study of teaching of mathematics inquiry, Journal of Education, 2004/02. (In Chinese)
8. Xu Yanhui. The Dilemma and Countermeasures of Teaching Reform.Educational Development Research,2007,10B. (In Chinese)
9. Xu Yanhui. A Review of Foreign Studies on Mathematics Understanding, Mathematics bulletin，2010，49(1):15-18.37. (In Chinese)
10.Xu Yanhui. "Retrospect and Reflection" after Solving Mathematics Problem to pose mathematics problems, Journal of Mathematics Education, 2015,24(1):9-12. (In Chinese)
Professor, Director of the research unit of pure mathematics at the Wenzhou University
1995-1999, University of Science and Technology of China, Bachelor
1999-2002, University of Science and Technology of China, Master
2002-2008, University of California San Diego, Ph.D. (advisor: Bennett Chow)
2008-present, the Wenzhou University
2011-2013, University of Luxembourg, Postdoc (mentor: Anton Thalmaier)
Research interests: Geometric Analysis
1. Hongxin Guo. Remarks on noncompact steady gradient Ricci solitons. Math. Ann., 345(4), 883-894, (2009)
2. Hongxin Guo. Area growth rate of the level surface of the potential function on 3- dimensional steady gradient Ricci solitons. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 137(6), 143-150, (2009)
3. Hongxin Guo. An entropy formula relating Hamilton's surface entropy and Perelman's W entropy, C. R. Acad. Sci. Math., 351(3-4), 115-118, (2013).
4. Hongxin Guo; Masashi Ishida. Harnack estimates for nonlinear backward heat equations in geometric flows, J. Functional Anal., 267 (8) ,2638-2662, (2014)
5. Hongxin Guo, Masashi Ishida. Harnack estimates for nonlinear heat equations with potentials in geometric flows，Manuscripta Math.,（2015）
6. Hongxin Guo, Robert Philipowski, Anton Thalmaier. A note on Chow's entropy functional for the Gauss curvature flow, C. R. Acad. Sci. Math., 351(21-22), 833-835, (2013).
7. Hongxin Guo, Robert Philipowski, Anton Thalmaier. Entorpy and lowest eigenvalue on evolving manifolds, Pacific J. Math., 264(1), 61-81, (2013)
8. Hongxin Guo, Tongtong He, Harnack estimates for geometric flows, applications to Ricci flow coupled with harmonic map flow, Geom. Dedicata,169(1) , 411-418, (2014)
9. Hongxin Guo, Robert Philipowski, Anton Thalmaier. A stochastic approach to the harmonic map heat flow on manifolds with time-dependent Riemannian metric, Stochastic Processes And Their Applications, 124(11), 3535-3552, (2014)
10. Hongxin Guo, Robert Philipowski, Anton Thalmaier.Martingales on Manifolds with Time-Dependent Connection，J. Theoretical Probability , 28(3), 1038-1062（, 2015）
11. Xiaodong Cao, Hongxin Guo, Hung Tran. Harnack estimates for conjugate heat kernel on evolving manifolds, Math. Zeit., 281(1-2), 201-214, (2015).
12. Hongxin Guo, Robert Philipowski, Anton Thalmaier.An Entropy Formula for the Heat Equation on Manifolds with Time-Dependent Metric,Application to Ancient Solutions，Potential Analysis, 42(2), 483-497,（2015）
Professor,Wenzhou University, December 2018-present
New Lake Scholar, Distinguished Professor, Wenzhou University,since May 2018
Visiting Scholar,TaoDachen's group,University of Sydney/University o fTechnology Sydney,March
Associate Professor,Wenzhou University,September 2013 to May 2018
Lecturer,Wenzhou University,July 2011 to September 2013
Machine learning,pattern recognition,artificial intelligence
Multimedia data content recognition and understanding, machine learning algorithm theory research
Projects and Supervisions
Projec tleader,Nationa lNatural Science Foundation of China,"Semi-supervised learning for
high-dimensional big data",GrantNo.61772373,Jan.2018-Dec.2021.
Mingyu Fan,HongQiaoandBoZhang,Intrinsic dimension estimation of manifolds by incising balls,
Mingyu Fan,Nannan Gu,HongQiao,BoZhang,Spars eRegularization fo rsemi-supervised classification,
NannanGu,MingyuFan,HongQiao,BoZhang,Discriminative Sparsity Preserving Projections for
Semi-Supervised Dimensionality Reduction.IEEESignalProcess.Lett.19(7):391-394(2012).