Institute Introduction     Shenzhen University, Shenzhen University Institute for Advanced Study is a newly established comprising undergraduate and postgraduate training, focusing on interdisciplinary teaching and research of new school educational institutions. Shenzhen University Institute for Advanced Study is an exploration of a comprehensive internal reform and innovation, special management system, carry out cross-discipline innovation talent training and scientific research academic, DC, practice professor hospital treatment。
People

Xiong Wang

Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Email: wangxiong8686@gmail.com


EDUCATION:

2014, City University of Hong Kong, Electronic Engineering, Ph.D.

2009, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Mathematics, B.S.


PREVIOUS POSITIONS:

2014.6-2014.9 Postdoctoral Fellow, City University of Hong Kong

2014.4-2014.6 Senior Research Assistant, City University of Hong Kong


RESEARCH INTERESTS:

As two of the greatest natural science discoveries in the 20th century, chaos and fractals have been widely investigated and significant progress has been made in the past several decades. It has become an exciting emerging interdisciplinary area in which a broad spectrum of technologies and methodologies are being studied to deal with large, complex, and dynamical problems in science and engineering.


Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

Chaotic Dynamics

Chaotic Circuits Design and Modeling

Chaos-based Secure Communications

Modeling and Chaos in Complicated Biological Systems

Modeling and Chaos in Economical and Financial Systems

Dynamical Systems on Complex Network

Fractal Graph and Arts

Fractal Market Theory and Financial Dynamical Systems Modeling


Some works on-going:

Chaotic system of non-Shilinkov type

Chaotic or hyper-chaotic system with no or stable equilibrium

Multi-wing or multi-scroll chaotic attractors with no equilibrium

Spontaneous symmetry breaking in chaotic systems

I also have strong interest with some very fundamental problems of physics and keep on thinking about them. After Einstein completed his theory of general relativity, he spent his last few decades in Institute for Advance Study at Princeton, carrying on a solitary quest toward a unified theory of everything till the end of his life. He failed to fulfill his great dream due to many inevitable difficulties at his time. Some fundamental problems I am thinking about: nature of space-time, space-time symmetry and internal symmetry, symmetry and breaking, the mystery of scale.


TEACHING INTERESTS:

My teaching philosophy is a combination of general education and professional education.

Welcome students who are interested with mathematical modeling, financial analysis and fundamental science to participate in my reading club or class

My main interests of teaching or discussion include:

Basic mathematics, reading classical mathematics text books, for students interested in pure mathematics

Mathematical modeling and basic software tools, for students interested in applied mathematics

Financial mathematics, quantitative investment, for students interested in financial modeling

Science and culture, ideology and philosophy of natural science, the beauty of mathematics and theoretical physics, suitable for students interested in fundamental science


AWARDS:

City University of Hong Kong, Outstanding Academic Performance Award for Research Degree Students

The Foundational Questions Institute (FQXi) 2013 Essay Contest, Special Commendation Prizes

City University of Hong Kong, Research Activities Fund for Research outside HK(by UGC funds)

City University of Hong Kong, Tuition Scholarship

City University of Hong Kong, Postgraduate Fellowship

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, National Endeavor Fellowships

Mathematical Contest in Modeling in China, National First Class Award

Mathematical Contest in Modeling in Shanghai, Best Paper and First Class Award

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, National First Class Scholarship


PUBLICATIONS:

Xiong Wang* and Guanrong Chen, A chaotic system with only one stable equilibrium, Communications in Nonlinear Scince and Numerical Simulation, vol. 17, pp.1264-1272, March 2012 (JCR Q1)

Xiong Wang* and Guanrong Chen, Constructing a chaotic system with any number of equilibria, Nonlinear Dynamics: vol. 71, no. 3, pp. 429-436, 2013 (JCR Q1)

Xiong Wang*, Juan Chen, Jun-An Lu and Guanrong Chen, A simple yet complex one-parameter family of generalized Lorenz-like systems, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, vol. 22, 1250116 (1-16), May 2012 (JCR Q2)

Xinxing Wu, Xiong Wang* and Guanrong Chen, F-mixing property and (F1; F2)-everywhere chaos of inverse limit dynamical systems Nonlinear Analysis Series A: Theory, Methods and Applications, Volume 104, July 2014, Pages 147ı155 (JCRQ1)

Xiong Wang* and Guanrong Chen, A gallery of Lorenz-like and Chen-like attractors, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, Volume 23, Issue 04, April 2013 (JCR Q2)

J Clint Sprott, Xiong Wang* and Guanrong Chen, Coexistence of point, periodic and strange attractors, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, Volume 23, Issue 05, May 2013 (JCR Q2)

J Clint Sprott, Xiong Wang* and Guanrong Chen, When two dual chaotic systems shake hands, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, accepted. (JCR Q2)

Viet-thanh Pham, Christos Volos,Sajad Jafari, Zhouchao Wei and Xiong Wang*, Constructing a novel no-equilibrium chaotic system,International Journal of Bifur-cation and Chaos, accepted. (JCR Q2)

Xiong Wang* and Guanrong Chen, Generating Lorenz-like and Chen-like attractors from a simple algebraic structure, Science China Information Sciences, accepted.

Viet-Thanh Pham, Sajad Jafari, Christos Volosc, Xiong Wang, Generating a novel hyperchaotic system without equilibrium,Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials -Rapid Communications, vol. 8, iss. 5-6, 2014.

Xiong Wang* and Guanrong Chen, The beauty of chaos (in Chinese),J. Univ. Electron. Sci. Tech. of China, vol. 41, pp. 809ı821, Nov 2012

Xiong Wang*, Bit: from Breaking symmetry of it, The Foundational Questions Institute (FQXi) 2013 Essay Contest "It from Bit or Bit from It?"

Xiong Wang*, Can Differentiable Description of Physical Reality Be Considered Complete? The Foundational Questions Institute (FQXi) 2012 Essay Contest "Which of Our Basic Physical Assumptions Are Wrong?"