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YANG KUANG School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
Oﬃce 480-965-6915 Arizona State University
firstname.lastname@example.org Tempe, AZ 85287; USA
http://math.asu.edu/˜kuang FAX 480-965-8119
July 18, 2015
Yang Kuang, Professor of Mathematics
Born on September 2, 1965, China. US citizen
• Aug., 1985–July, 1988, University of Alberta, Canada, Ph.D.
• Nov., 1984–Aug., 1985, Mathematical Institute, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, U.K. (M.Phil. program)
• Aug., 1983–July, 1984, Applied Mathematical Institute of Academic Sinica, Beijing, China.
• Aug., 1980–Aug., 1983; July, 1984–Nov., 1984, University of Science and Technology of China, B.Sc.
• Arizona State University, July, 1997–Present, Full Professor.
• Arizona State University, June, 2002–May, 2005, Associate Chair, director of graduate studies.
• King Abdulaziz University, March, 2013–March 2014, Distinguished Adjunct Professor.
• National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, May, 1999–June, 1999, Visiting Professor.
• University of Shizuoka, Japan, July, 1995–Aug., 1995, Visiting Professor
• University of Urbino, Italy, June, 1995–July, 1995, Visiting Professor
• University of Arizona, May, 1994–Dec., 1994, Visiting Professor
• Arizona State University, July, 1992–June, 1997, Associate Professor
• Arizona State University, Aug., 1988–June, 1992, Assistant Professor
• University of Alberta, 1986–1988, Izaak Walton Killam Scholar
• University of Alberta, 1985–1986, Teaching Assistant
• University of Oxford, 1984–1985, Graduate Student and Research Assistant.
1. I have a total citation of 9883, an h-index of 43 and an i10-index of 102 (http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=-TfeDVcAAAAJ&hl=en).
2. According to MathSciNet, Yang Kuang is cited 2954 times by 1849 authors in the MR Citation Database.
3. Cited 3329 times (listed under several titles). Y. Kuang, 1993. Delay diﬀerential equations with applications in population dynamics. Mathematics in Science and Engineering, 191.
Academic Press, Inc., Boston. xii+398 pp. ISBN: 0-12-427610-5.
4. Top 5 cited papers according to google scholar, as of Aug. 30, 2014.
(a) Cited 435 times. Y. Kuang and E. Beretta, 1998. Global qualitative analysis of a ratio-dependent predator-prey system. J. Math. Biol. 36, 389-406.
(b) Cited 348 times. E. Beretta and Y. Kuang, 2002. Geometric stability switch criteria in delay diﬀerential systems with delay dependent parameters. SIAM J. Math. Anal.
(c) Cited 270 times. S. B. Hsu, T.-W. Hwang and Y. Kuang, 2001. Global analysis of the Michaelis-Menten-type ratio-dependent predator-prey system, J. of Math. Biol., 42, 489-506.
(d) Cited 234 times. A Makroglou, J Li, Y Kuang, 2006. Mathematical models and software tools for the glucose-insulin regulatory system and diabetes: an overview, Applied numerical mathematics 56 (3), 559-573.
(e) Cited 231 times. Y. Kuang and H. I. Freedman, 1988. Uniqueness of limit cycles in Gause-type models of predator-prey systems. Math. Biosci. 88, 67-84.
1. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, editor-in-chief (funding editor), 2003-.
2. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, advisory board member, 2014-.
3. Biology Direct, associate editor, 2008-.
4. Scientiﬁc Reports by Nature Publishing Group, 2015-2017.
5. Journal Of Computational And Applied Mathematics, advisory editor, 2008-2011.
6. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems (Series B), associate editor, 2000-.
7. Journal of Biological Systems, associate editor, 2004-.
8. International Journal of Biomathematics, associated editor, 2007-.
9. Paciﬁc Journal of Applied Mathematics, associated editor, 2007-.
10. Bulletin of Biomathematics (in Chinese), associate editor, 1995-1997.
11. Proceedings of International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Diﬀerential Equations, (Springﬁeld, 1996), guest editor.
12. Proceedings of International Conference on Mathematical Biology, (Guilin, 2002, Wuyi, 2008), guest editor.
13. Journal of Biomathematics(in Chinese), associated editor, 1997-2007.
CURRENT RESEARCH GRANTS:
1. July 15, 2012-July 14, 2017, co-PI. $1.25m. NSF Grant DMS-1148771. MCTP: Mathematics Mentoring Partnership Between Arizona State University and the Maricopa County Community College District.
2. Jan 15, 2015-Jan. 14, 2016, PI. $152,976. NSF DMS 1518529. RAPID: Data-Based Spatiotemporal Models of Ebola Epidemics and Control (recommended for funding on 12/08/2014).
PAST RESEARCH GRANTS:
1. Sept. 15, 2009-Sept. 14, 2013, PI: Yang Kuang. $499K. NSF Grant DMS- 0920744. Robust Theoretical Frameworks for Ecological Dynamics Subject to Stoichiometric Constraints.
Funded by NSF programs in mathematical biology and environmental biology. PI.
2. Sept. 15, 04-Aug. 31, 12. NSF MSP 0412537. Project Pathways: A Math and Science Partnership Program for Arizona Targeted Project Track. $12.5 million. Senior personnel
3. May 1, 04-April 30, 12, NSF TPC 0353470. Developing a Professional Learning Community Model for Secondary Precalculus Teachers: A Model for Teacher Professional Growth. $4.5 million. Co-PI
4. Sept. 15, 04-Aug. 31, 11. UBM: Interdisciplinary Training for Undergraduates in Biological and Mathematical Sciences at ASU. DMS 0436341. $800,000. PI
5. July 1, 04-June 30, 10, DMS/NIGMS 0342388. Collaborative Research:Towards an Integrative Mechanistic Theory of Within-Host Disease Dynamics. $1.6 million. PI.
6. EMSW21-MCTP: Mentorship Through Research: A Model for an Emerging Urban American University.NSF. $399,930. 05/01/05-07/31/09. Co-PI
7. Catalyst: Center for Excellence in Adaptive Neuro-Biomechatronic Systems (CEANS) NSF, $110,945. 03/01/05-08/28/09. Senior personnel 8. 2002-2005, NSF INT-0203702. NSF-Chilean Joint Project: Some Aspects of the Qualitative Theory of Functional Diﬀerential Equations, Joint with Anatoli. Ivanov, (Penn State), Hal.
Smith, $27,306. ASU PI
9. Sept. 1, 2000-Aug. 31, 2005, NSF Grant DMS-0077790, Theoretical Frameworks for Ecological Dynamics Subject to Stoichiometric Constraints. Amount: $314,994. NSF mathematical biology (jointly supported by population biology and ecosystems). PI 10. 1993-1996, NSF Grant DMS-9306239, Global qualitative analysis of ecological models with time delays and diﬀusions. $42,000. PI 11. 1991-1993, NSF Grant DMS-9102549, Global qualitative analysis of ecological models with time delays and diﬀusions. $24,134. PI
12. 1990 CLAS Summer Research Award at Arizona State University. $1,000. PI
13. 1989 CLAS Summer Research Award at Arizona State University. $2,000. PI
14. 1989 Faculty Grant-in-Aid Award by Arizona State University. $4,000. PI 15. 1986-89 Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Doctoral Study Research grant at University of Alberta. can$1,500. PI
HONORS, AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS AND PRIZES:
1. 2012 Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher in the period of 2001-2010 in mathematics.
2. 2008 Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award ﬁnalist, by the Graduate College of Arizona State University.
3. 2007 Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award ﬁnalist, by the Graduate College of Arizona State University.
4. 2000 Mentorship Appreciation Award, by the Graduate College of Arizona State University.
5. 1990 NSF Travel Award to ICM-90, Japan. $2,000.
6. 1988 Andrew Stewart Graduate Research Prize for Doctoral Research by University of Alberta. Can.$2,500.
7. 1987 Graduate Research Travel Award by University of Alberta. can.$500.
8. 1986-89 Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Doctoral Study Scholarship at University of Alberta.
9. 1984-86 Overseas Research Student Award, by University of Oxford. £4,000.
SELECTED RECENT (last 12 years) INVITED TALKS:
1. June 22-July 4, 2015. Delivered 13 invited colloquium talks or lectures in 6 Universities (Renda University, Harbin Institute of Technology, Northeast Normal University, Heilongjiang University, Beihang University and University of Science and Technology of Beijing) in China.
2. June 8, 2015. International conference on Micro and Macro Systems in Life Sciences, Bedlewo, Poland. Invited talk. Title: Can Dynamical models of prostate cancer treatment.
3. May 15, 2015. University of California, San Francisco. Invited talk. Title: Logistic Equation Based Spatial Ebola Epidemics Forecasting Models: Importance of Behavior Changes.
4. April 24, 2015. Georgia State University. Invited talk. Colloquium. Can Mathematical Models Predict the outcomes of prostate cancer patients undergoing intermittent androgen deprivation therapy?
5. March 23-25, 2015. RAPIDD Ebola workshop, NIH, Bethesda, MD. Invited talk. Title:
Implications of Logistic Equation Based Spatial Ebola Epidemics Forecasting Models.
6. January 30, 2015. Department of Health and Human Services Ebola Modeling Coordination Group Meeting. Web-based Invited talk. Talk title: Data-Based Spatiotemporal Models of Ebola Epidemics and Control.
7. Dec. 20, 2014. Workshop on Mathematical Biology and Nonlinear Analysis, December 19
- December 21, 2014, The University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. Invited talk. Title:
A data-validated density-dependent diﬀusion model of glioblastoma growth.
8. Nov. 20, 2014. Workshop on Cancer and the Immune System, November 17-21, 2014, at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute at Ohio State University. Invited talk. Title: A mathematical model for the immunotherapy of advanced prostate cancer.
9. October 31, 2014. Department of Health and Human Services Ebola Modeling Coordination Group Meeting. Web-based Invited talk. Talk title: Forecasts of Ebola in W. Africa and comparison to historical outbreaks.
10. June 12, 2014. Colloquium Talk at the Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Macau, Macau, China. Title: Dynamics and clinical implications of some models of hepatitis B virus infection
11. May 28, 2014. Plenary Speaker at the International Conference on Nonlinear Diﬀerential and Diﬀerence Equations: Recent Developments and Applications, Ankara University, Side, Antalya, Turkey, May 27-30. (http://icndde.ankara.edu.tr/ps.html). Title: Dynamics and Implications of a Model of Hepatitis B Virus Infection with Time Delay.
12. May 23, 2014. Colloquium Talk. University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary. Title: Delay Diﬀerential Equation Models in Biology and Medicine.
13. May 15, 2014. Invited special seminar at the Department of Computational Science & Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. Title: Dynamics and Implications of a Model of Hepatitis B Virus Infection with Time Delay?
14. May 14, 2014. Application of ecological and mathematical theory to cancer: new challenges. in National Institute for Mathematical Sciences (NIMS), Daejeon, Korea. Title:
Can Mathematical Models Predict the PSA levels of prostate cancer patients undergoing androgen suppression therapy?
15. April 21, 2014. Applied Maths colloquium: University of Western Ontario, London, Canada.
Title: Can Mathematical Models Predict the outcomes of prostate cancer patients undergoing intermittent androgen suppression therapy?
16. March 19, 2014. Invited talk at the NIMBioS Investigative Workshop - Vectored Plant Viruses, Knoxville, Tennessee. Title: A Stoichiometric Modeling Framework for Cell Growth and Pathogen Replication.
17. Feb. 26, 2014. Applied Mathematics talk at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Title: Mathematical Modeling of Melanoma: Tumor-immune interaction, surgical treatment, and cancer recurrence in a mathematical model of melanoma.
18. Feb. 24, 2014. Colloquium talk at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Title:
What we eat matters: The importance of resource quality in mathematical models.
19. Jan. 22, 2014. Colloquium talk at The University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, UK. Title:
Prostate cancer hormone treatment outcome prediction based on a clinical data validated mathematical model.
20. June 26, 2013. Applied Mathematics talk at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Title: Dynamics and implications of a delay diﬀerential model of hepatitis B virus infection.
21. June 24, 2013. Colloquium talk at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Title:
Prostate cancer hormone treatment outcome prediction based on a clinical data validated mathematical model.
22. May 23, 2013. SIAM conference on applications of dynamical systems, Snowbird, Utah.
(minisymposium organizer). Title: Immunotherapy with Androgen Deprivation Therapy May Stabilize Prostate Cancer.
23. November 7, 2012. Keynote talk at BIOMAT 2012, Tempe, AZ. Title: A mathematical model for the immunotherapy of advanced prostate cancer.
24. October 15, 2012. Invited talk at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Nelson Lab Meeting. Title: Mathematical models may predict continuous and intermittent androgen suppression treatment outcomes.
25. October 1, 2012. Colloquium at the Department of Mathematics, Washington State University. Title: Clinical implications of a data validated mathematical model of advanced prostate cancer growth under intermittent androgen suppression therapy.
26. August 31, 2012. Invited talk at Center for Biosignatures Discovery Automation, Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University. Title: Mathematical model of prostate cancer growth under intermittent androgen suppression therapy.
27. July 1, 2012. The 9th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Diﬀerential Equations and Applications. Title: A data driven spatiotemporal rabies model for skunk and bat interaction in Northeast Texas.