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Prof. Zhang Wu

Email: wzhang@shu.edu.cn

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        Professor Zhang Wu graduated from Nanjing Aeronautical Institute in 1980, obtained his Mater Degree of Computational Mathematics at Xi’an Jiaotong University in 1984 and Ph.D. of Aerodynamics at Northwestern Polytechnic University in 1988. He was postdoctoral research fellow of CFD at Beijing University during 1989-1991 and Applied Mathematics at UNC Charlotte, USA, during 1996-1998, respectively. Before he joined the School of Computer Engineering and Science, Shanghai University, in 2002, he worked at Beijing University (1991-1993), Xi’an Jiaotong University (1993-2001), and visited, as associate professor, EE Department of UNC (Charlotte, 1995-1996), and, as professor, CS Department of Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago, 2000-2001). Professor Zhang has been executive dean of the School of Computer Engineering and Science since 2002, and director of High Performance Computing Center, Shanghai University, since 2007. He has been working on the research areas of Numerical Solutions of PDEs, CFD, Parallel Algorithms and Applications, which have been supported with NSFC, MOST (Ministry of Science and Technology), MOE (Ministry of Education), NSF, AFOSR (Air Force Office of Scientific Research), and ONR (Office of Naval Research). He published over 60 papers in journals including JCP, IEEE Trans., CMEAM (Computer Methods of Engineering and Applied Mechanics), IJNME (International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering), and was editor of Current Trends of High Performance Computing and Applications (Springer Verlag, 2005). He is an editor of “Computer Aided Engineering”(Chinese Journal) and “Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Mechanics”(International Journal). He is a senior member of Chinese Computer Federation, a member of council of CCF and has been a vice chair of Technical Committee of Open System and Parallel Computing under the Chinese Computer Federation since 2004.
        Professor Zhang’s research interests include high performance computing and applications, parallel algorithms and bioinformatics.
 
       
Education Experiences:
 
01/1985-09/1988:
  Ph.D. Computational Fluid Dynamics
  Department of Engineering Mechanics
  Northwestern Polytechnic University (NWPU), Xian, P.R. China
   
09/1982-12/1984:
  Master of Science, Computational Mathematics
  Department of Mathematics
  Xian Jiaotong University (XJTU), Xian, P.R. China
  
09/1977-07/1980:
  Major in Mechanics
  Nanjing Institute of Aeronautics, Nanjing, P.R. China
           
Work Experiences:
 
01/2002-Present
  Professor of Computer Science
  School of Computer Engineering and Science,Shanghai University (SHU)
  Shanghai 200072,P.R. China
   
07/2000-11/2001:
  Senior Researcher and Visiting Professor
  Department of Computer Science,Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT)
  Chicago, IL 60616,USA
     
08/1998-06/2000:
  Professor of Applied Mathematics
  Department of Applied Mathematics,Xian Jiaotong University (XJTU)
  Xian, P.R. China
  
07/1996-07/1998
  Postdoctoral Research Assistant
  Department of Mathematics,University of North Caroline at Charlotte (UNCC)
  Charlotte, NC 28223,USA
   
05/1995-06/1996:
  Visiting Associate Professor
  Department of Electric Engineering
  University of North Caroline at Charlotte (UNCC),Charlotte, NC 28223,USA
  
08/1993-04/1995:
  Associate Professor
  Department of Mathematics,Xian Jiaotong University
  Xian 710049,P.R. China
   
05/1989-07/1993:
  Postdoctoral Research Assistant
  Department of Mechanics,Peking University (PU)
  Beijing 100871,P.R. China
  


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