Weike Wang | 王 维克



    武汉大学理学博士。攻博期间,曾以中法联合培养博士生名义到法国Renner大学学习一年。1993年被聘为教授, 1997-2000年期间曾任武汉大学数学系主任,数学与计算机科学学院院长。2002年-2009年期间曾任上海交通大学数学系主任。现为上海交通大学特聘教授、上海交通大学校学术委员会理学部副主任,中国数学会常务理事,上海数学会副理事长,国际数学杂志《Communications on Pure and Applied Analysis》合作主编。

    长期担任《文科数学》和数学系《数学分析》课程教学,2008年获上海交通大学最受学生欢迎的教师称号, 2009年主持获上海市教学成果二等奖,2011年获上海高校教学名师奖。培养博士生于2012年和2013年两人次获上海优秀博士论文奖,2012年一人次获国家优秀博士论文提名奖。


    Weike Wang, got his Ph.D. in mathematics from Wuhan University, China. During the Ph. D. study, he had visited Renner University for one year as a joint-Ph.D. candidate. He became a full professor in the Department of Mathematics, Wuhan University from 1993 and served as the department chair and dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science from 1997 to 2000.

    During the period 2002 to 2009, he was the chair of Department of Mathematics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He is now the Distinguished professor in Department of Mathematics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and vice director of university academic committee, Faculty of Science. He has also served as a standing director of the Chinese Mathematical Society, the vice chairman of Shanghai Mathematical Society and the co-editor-in-chief of the SCI journal “Communications on Pure and Applied Analysis”.

    He has been teaching the courses “Calculus?” and “Mathematic Analysis” for years and was awarded the most popular teacher of the university in 2008, the second prize of Shanghai Teaching Achievement Award in 2009 and University Distinguished Teacher of Shanghai in 2011. In 2012 and 2013, two of his Ph. D. students were honored with Award of Shanghai Excellent Doctorate Dissertation and in 2012 one was awarded the Nomination Award of National Excellent Doctorate Dissertation of China.

    He has been investigating the theory of partial differential equation. He was interested in the linear theory and micro-local analysis. In the recent ten years, he turned to the investigation of the global existence and long time behavior of nonlinear evolution equations in multi-dimensional space. He was awarded the second prize of Science and Technology progress awards by National Ministry of Education for two times and the second prize of Science and Technology progress awards by Hubei Province for one time. In 2011, he was awarded the first prize of Shanghai Natural Science Award. He had visited Stanford University for one year during the period 1995-1996 and visited many universities and institutes as senior visiting scholar in Germany, France, USA and Hong Kong.