Zhenfu Wang (王振富)

Curriculum Vitae

I am now a Tenure Track Assistant Professor at Beijing International Center for Mathematical Research (BICMR) , Peking University.

I was a Hans Rademacher Instructor of Mathematics at Department of Mathematics , University of Pennsylvania from July 2017 to June 2020.

From Sep. 2012 - May 2017, I completed a PhD in Mathematics at Department of Mathematics , University of Maryland, College Park, under the supervision of Prof. Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin.

Email: zwang@bicmr.pku.edu.cn

Mail: Beijing Internatinoal Center for Mathematical Research, Peking University, 5 Yiheyuan Road, Beijing 100871.


Office: 镜春园79号院79106 Office Phone Number: TBA.

Research Interests

Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, especially Mean Field limit for many particles systems and the analysis of Kinetic equations. Distribution Sampling Algorithms based on many particle systems.

My Google Scholar .

My Research YouTube Channel . Summer Course on Mean Field Limit .



My Dissertation [PDF]

Seminars in PDEs, Probability and Applied Math

  • Seminars and Colloqium at BICMR and School of Mathematical Science , Peking University.
  • Many online math seminars can be found from https://researchseminars.org .
  • Probability events at Peking University can be found in Xinyi Li's homepage .
  • One World PDE Seminar.
  • One World Probability Project.
  • Shanghai Jiaotong University INS Colloquium.
  • Shanghai Tech University PDE seminars.

  • Teaching at UPenn

    Spring 2020 MATH 649 .   Fall 2019 MATH 648 and AMCS 602 .   Spring 2019 MATH 360 .   Fall 2018 MATH 115 and AMCS 602 .   Spring 2018 MATH 170 and MATH 361.   Fall 2017 AMCS 602 .

    Useful Links

  • Analysis Seminar, Math Colloquium, AMCS Colloquium and other seminars at Penn.
  • CSCAMM at Maryland and Ki-Net.
  • ArXiv Analysis of PDE, Dynamics and Probability.

  • Quote

    We have not succeeded in answering all our problems. The answers we have found only serve to raise a whole set of new questions. In some ways we feel we are as confused as ever, but we believe we are confused on a higher level and about more important things.
    Last Updated at July, 2018.