Chuntian Wang

I have moved to The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.

I was a Hedrick Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles. My mentor is Prof. Andrea Bertozzi. I was a Postdoctoral Fellow and residence in Mathematical Sciences Research Institute in Fall 2015, under the mentoring of Professor Andrea Montanari, and completed a doctorate from Department of Mathematics, Indiana University Bloomington in May 2015, under the supervision of Professors Roger Temam and Nathan Glatt-Holtz.

MS 7354, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1555

1. The deterministic and stochastic Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation. Basic mathematical theories were established for the initial-boundary value problem.

2. Numerical analysis for stochastic geophysical fluid models. A time discrete approximation was constructed for the stochastic primitive equations of the atmosphere and oceans.

Stochastic-statistical models of criminal behavior. Statistical agent-based models for residential burglary were improved and analyzed with the application of probability, partial differential equations and stochastic analysis.

** ****Educa****tion**

Indiana University Bloomington** **

Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, 2009--2015

Thesis Advisers: Roger Temam & Nathan Glatt-Holtz

Thesis Title: “Deterministic and stochastic nonlinear partial differential equations: theory and approximation”

**Sichuan
University, China**

M.S.,
Applied Mathematics, 2008–2009

B.S., Applied Mathematics and Actuary, 2004-2008

Thesis Advisor: Tian Ma

Thesis Title: “Bifurcation of the Euler-Bernoulli Pole

Hedrick Assistant Professor, 2015--2018

Postdoctoral Mentor: Andrea Bertozzi

Postdoctoral Fellow, Aug. 2015--Dec. 2015

Postdoctoral Mentor: Andrea Montanari

1. N. Glatt-Holtz, R. Temam and C. Wang, “

3. C. Wang, “*The existence of strong solutions to the *3*D Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation in a bounded domain*”,
Discrete Contin. Dyn. Syst. A., **34** (2014), no. 11, 4897--4910.

4. C. Wang, “*L**ocal** **existenc**e** **of** **str**ong** **solutions** **to** **the** *3*D** **Zakharov-Kuznetsov **e**quation** **in** **a** **bo**und**ed** **domain*”, Appl. Math. Optim.,** ****69** (2014), no. 1, 1--19.

6. C. Pan, B. Li, C. Wang, Y-Q. Zhang, N. Geldner, L. Wang, and A. Bertozzi, , “

7. C. Wang, Y. Zhang, A. Bertozzi, “

8. N. Glatt-Holtz, R.
Temam and C. Wang, “*Numerical
analysis of the stochastic Navier-Stokes
equation: stability and converence results*” (in preparation).

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**3.** NSF Graduate Student
Fellowship, ** Sponsor: R.
Temam (Fall 2014)

** **4.**
Joseph**** ****and**** ****Frances**** ****Morgan**** ****Swain**** ****Fellowship** - Indiana University Bloomington(2014)

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**5.** College of Arts and
Sciences Travel Awards **** - Indiana University Bloomginton (2014) **** **

6.** Schober**** ****Travel**** ****Award** - Indiana University Bloomtiong (2014)

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7. **NSF
Graduate Student Fellowship, ** Sponsor:
R. Temam (Fall 2013)

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**8.**
Schober**** ****Travel**** ****Award** - Indiana University (2013**)
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**** **9.**
Excellent Undergraudate Dissertation Award**
(top 5% of seniors) - Sichuan University
(2008)

**Teaching
Experience****
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1. Courses taught at the undergraduate level

M171 Stochastic Processes (for the seniors), Spring 2017

M170B Probability Theory (for the juniors and seniors), Winter 2017

M170A Probability Theory (for the juniors and seniors), Winter 2017

M170A Probability Theory (for the juniors and seniors), Fall 2016

M32B Multivariable Calculus (for the freshmen and sophomores), Spring 2016

M170A Probability Theory (for the juniors and seniors), Winter 2015

M025 Precalculus (for the freshmen), Spring 2014

2. Courses taught at the graduate level

M741 Selected Topics in Applied Mathematics, Fall 2013. The course is organized as a seminar with the topic “The 2D Stochastic Navier-Stokes Equations with a Multiplicative Noise”. 3.
Students Co-mentor

Conference Organization

2. Mini-symposium "Deterministic and Stochastic Aspects of Fluid Dynamics", AIMS Conference on Analysis of PDEs, Arizona, Dec., 2015

California Institute of Technology, June, 2017. During the visit, I gave a talk in Caltech/UCLA Joint Analysis Seminar "A hyperbolic model From plasma physics: the deterministic and stochastic Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation".

University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Nov. 2016. During the visit, I gave a talk in the Applied Mathematical Colloquium "

—, Nov., 2014.

—, Mar., 2015. I gave the talk “

**Invited
Presentations at Conferences**

* **Crime
modeling with truncated Levy flights and effects of
police patrol*, MURI
Review Meeting, University of Southern California, Institute
for Creative Technologies, September 2016*
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Time discrete approximation of weak solutions for stochastic
equations of geophysical fluid dynamics and applications*,
the AMS sectional meeting, University of Utah, April 2016

*Time
discrete approximation of weak solutions for
stochastic equations of geophysical **f**luid
dynamics and** applications*, SIAM
Conference on Analysis of PDEs, Arizona, Dec. 2015

*Numerical
analysis of the stochastic Navier-Stokes equations*, the
AMS sectional meting, University of Nevada, April 2015

*
Numerical analysis of the stochastic
Navier-Stokes equations*, PDE/Applied Math Seminar,
Indiana University Bloomington, Feb. 2015

*Martingale and pathwise solutions to
the stochastic Zakharov-Kuznetsov
equation with multiplicative noise*,
at NSF-CBMS Regional Research Conference in the Mathematical Sciences, Oklahoma State
University, July 2014,

*Martingale and pathwise solutions
to the stochastic Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation
with multiplicative noise*, the AMS sectional
meeting, University of New Mexico, Apr. 2014

*Some
recent results of the 3D Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation in a
bounded domain*, PDE Workshop, the University of
Maryland, Jan. 2014,

*Some recent results of the 3D
Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation in a bounded domain*, at
the AMS sectional meeting, University of California,
Riverside, Nov. 2013

*Some recent results of the 3D
Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation in a bounded domain*, the
AMS sectional meeting, University of Louisville, Oct. 2013

*An initial and boundary-value problem
for the Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation in a bounded domain*,
the AMS sectional meeting, University of Arizona, Oct. 2012

"Turbulent Dissipation, Mixing and Predictability," University of California, Riverside, Jan., 2017.

"Interdisciplinary Workshop on Multi-scale Modeling of Complex Systems in Development & Plant Biology," University of California, Riverside, Dec. 15, 2016.

"Predictive Policing," ICERM, Brown University, Aug., 2016. I presented "

"Analysis & Computation in Kinetic Theory," Stanford University, Nov., 2015

"Shanks Workshop on Mathematical Aspects of Fluid Dynamics," Vanderbilt University, Feb. 2015

"Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF)," Heidelberg, Germany, Sept. 2014, total expense supported by the HLF foundation and ORAU (19 people for all of Math and Computer Science for all the US and 200 internationally)

"IPAM Workshop: Mathematical Analysis of Turbulence," Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, Oct. 2014

"MSRI Summer Graduate School: Stochastic Partial Dierential Equations," Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, July 2014 (selected for participation nationally)

"IMA Workshop: Theory and Applications of Stochastic PDEs," Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, Jan. 2013

"AIM Workshop: Stochastic in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics," The American Institute of Mathematics, Feb. 2013

"The 9th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Dierential Equations and Applications," Orlando, Florida, July 2012

"Interdisciplinary Session on Deterministic and Stochastic Partial Dierential Equations," the AMS sectional meeting, University of Notre Dame, Nov. 2010