Dr. Huang is a professor of the Department of Mathematics at Nanjing University in People’s Republic of China. He received his Ph.D. degree from Nanjing University in 1997. He is the principal investigator of several research grants from the National Natural Science Foundation of China and of several research grants from the State Education Ministry of China. He visited Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT, USA, 2011), Indiana University (USA, 2011), National Sun Yat-sen University (Taiwan, 2011), Pennsylvania State University (USA, 2000-2003), Dalhousie University (Canada,1999), Yokohama National University (Japan, 1999). He was a member of Program Committee for SYNASC (Romania, 2010) and he was a member of Editorial Board of Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computing in 2000-04 (Springer-Verlag) with inclusion in 2000 Edition of Who’s Who in the World (Marquis, USA). Currently he is a member of Editorial Boards of Pure Mathematics (Hans Publishing Inc., USA) and International Journal of Numerical Methods and Applications (IJNMA, Pushpa Publishing House) for 2009-2014. His main research interests include variational inclusions and variational inequality problems, fixed point theory and numerical methods, minimax problems, proximal point algorithms, equivalency between numerical methods, error analysis, and common problems associated with variational inequalities and fixed point problems.
Biography Updated on 28 September 2011