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Shaoqiang Tang
Ph.D., Professor
Department of Mechanics and Engineering Science,

College of Engineering, Peking University


Research Areas:

Computational Mechanics and Applied Mathematics: multiscale simulations, scientific computing

Researcher ID: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/B-2753-2010


Education:

1995 PhD in Applied Mathematics, HKUST, Hong Kong, Adviser: Prof Din-Yu Hsieh

1990-1992 MPhil Student, Mathematics Institute, Academia Sinica, Adviser: Prof Ling Hsiao

1990 BSc in Mathematics & BEng in EEE, University of Science and Technology of China


Working Experiences:

1997–    Department of Mechanics and Engineering Science, Peking Univ.

2007–    Deputy Director, Center for Applied Physics and Technology, Peking Univ.

2010–    Director, Key Lab of High Energy Density Physics Simulations, Ministry of Education

2009–2013 Associate Dean, College of Engineering, Peking Univ.

2005–2009    Assistant Dean, College of Engineering, Peking Univ.

2005–2011   Adjunct Professor, Zhou Peiyuan Center for Applied Mathematics, Tsinghua Univ.

2004–2005     Visiting Associate / Visiting Assoc. Prof., Appl. & Comput. Math., Caltech

2000–2002     Researcher, Dept. of Math. & Stat., Univ. of Konstanz, Germany

1999                CNRS-Wong fellow, MIP, Universite Paul Sabatier, France

1998              Visitor, IAC CNR, Rome, Italy

1995–1997    Postdoctoral fellow, Math. Inst., Academia Sinica


Undergraduate Courses:

Calculus (I)                                 97fall, 99 fall, 02 fall, 03fall, 05 fall, 07fall, 09fall, 13 fall

Calculus (II)                    98 spring, 00 spring, 03 spring, 04 spring, 06 spring, 08 spring, 10 spring, 14 spring

Applied Analysis                      02 fall, 06 fall, 08 fall, 10 fall, 12 spring, 14 fall. (In English)

Scienctific Computing           07 spring, 09 spring, 11 spring, 13 spring. (In English)

Linear Algebra                          11 fall

Numerical Methods               12 summer. (In English)

Multiscale Algorithms           12 fall

Graduate Courses:

Advanced Math Phys Eqn (Applied Analysis)            02 fall, 06 fall, 08 fall, 10 fall, 12 spring, 14 fall. (In English)

Scienctific Computing           07 spring, 09 spring, 11 spring, 13 spring. (In English)

Functional Analysis                99 spring, 02 spring. (In English)

Multiscale Algorithms           12 fall

Numerical PDE (I)(II)           05 spring (two quarters, Caltech, ACM210 a&b) . (In English)


Selected Publications

1. Shaoqiang Tang, Thomas Y. Hou, and Wing Kam Liu, A pseudo-spectral multiscale method: interfacial conditions and coarse grid equations, J Comput Phys. 213(1):57-85(2006)

2. Shaoqiang Tang, Thomas Y. Hou, and Wing Kam Liu, Mathematical framework of bridging scale method, Int J Numer Methods Engrg. 65(1):1688-1713 (2006)

3. Shaoqiang Tang, A finite difference approach with velocity interfacial conditions for multiscale computations of crystalline solids, J Comput Phys.  227:4038-4062 (2008).

4. Shaoqiang Tang, A two-way interfacial condition for lattice simulations, Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 2(1):45-55 (2010).                                                                               

5. Gang Pang, and Shaoqiang Tang, Time history kernel functions for square lattice, Computational Mechanics, 48(6):699-711 (2011).                          

6. Gang Pang, Lei Bian, and Shaoqiang Tang, Almost exact boundary condition for one-dimensional Schrodinger equation, Physical Review E 86(6):066709(2012).        

7. Ming Fang, Shaoqiang Tang, Zhihui Li, and Xianming Wang, Artificial boundary conditions for atomic simulations of Face-Centered-Cubic lattice. Computational Mechanics. 50(5):645-655 (2012).              

8. Xianming Wang, and Shaoqiang Tang, Matching boundary conditions for lattice dynamics. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. 93(12):1255-1285(2013).

9. Shaoqiang Tang. Applied Analysis for Engineering Sciences. Peking University Press. Beijing, China. To appear.


Representative projects:

1.    National Natural Science Foundation of China. “Finite Di?erence Approach for Multiscale Simulations”,

PI, 780,000 RMB, 2013–2016.

2.    Ministry of Education (Bilingual Course Supporting Project), “Applied Analysis”, PI, 100,000 RMB, 2010–2014.

3.    National Natural Science Foundation of China. “Multiscale Interfacial Conditions for Nonlinear Crystalline Solids”, PI, 360,000 RMB, 2009–2011.

4.    Ministry of Science and Technology (Special Funds for Major State Basic Research Project (973)). Key Problems and Important Applications of Nonlinear Sciences, Participant, 400,000 RMB, 2007–2011.

5.    Ministry of Education (New Century Excellent Talents in University). PI, 500,000 RMB, 2006–2009.

6.     National Natural Science Foundation of China. Numerical Study of Carrier Transport in Nano-scale Semiconductors”, PI, 250,000 RMB, 2005–2007.


Honors:

  • 2013 Teacher of Excellence Award: Beijing Municipal Government.
  • 2009 Ten Best Teachers of Peking University Award: Students Union & Graduate Students Union of Peking Univ.
  • 2008 Excellence of Teaching Award: Peking Univ.
  • 2006 New Century Excellent Talents in University: Ministry of Education.
  • 2002 Ten Best Teachers of Peking University Award: Students Union & Graduate Students Union of Peking Univ

Services:

  • Chinese Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Young Scientist Committee (Assoc. Director, 2007-2011), Mechanics History and Methodology Committee (2007-2015), International Collaboration Committee (2007-2015), Computational Fluid Dynamics Subcommittee (2004-2011), Rational Mechanics & Mathematical Methods in Mechanics Committee (2004-2015)
  • Chinese Society for Computational Physics, Board Member (2007- )                 
  • International Chinese Association for Computational Mechanics, Executive Council (2007- )
  • Sino-German Workshop on Advances in Mathematical Semiconductor Modelling: Devices and Circuits, Co-organizer, 2004
  • International Conference on High Energy Density Physics, Organizing committee chair, Beijing, 2012
  • 2nd International Conference on High Energy Density Physics, Organizing committee chair, Beijing, 2014
  • Mechanics in Engineering (in Chinese), Associate Chief Editor, 2007-2015       
  • Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (SCI-indexed), Founding Associate Editor, 2008-
  • Mechanics in Progress (EI-indexed, in Chinese), Editor, 2013-