Dr. Zhifu Xie received his Ph.D. degree from the Department of Mathematics, Brigham Young University in 2006. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics & Computer Science at Virginia State University. Dr. Zhifu Xie was nominated for the 2010-2011and 2011-2012 SCHEV Outstanding Faculty Award by Virginia State University. He was selected as a 2012 Outstanding Faculty Award Finalist by SCHEV.
If you are a VSU math major who is interested in doing undergraduate research, or a graduate student who is interested in doing research in applied differential equations, celestial Mechanics, or mathematical biology, you are welcomed to contact me for possible advising and Research Assistantship. Here is the list of undergraduate students I am previously advised.
- Dynamical System
- Celestial Mechanics, N-body Problem, Central Configurations, Hamiltonian System
- Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations (Elliptic Type)
- Mathematical Biology
Research Grants: PIC Math program at Virginia State University (2014-2015) Research Initiation Award:Central Configurations, New Variational Method and Periodic Solutions in Celestial Mechanics (NSF-HRD:1409939, 2014-2016) Publications (all published papers available in pdf format). N-Body Animation and Instruction (A Java Applet which animates some orbits of N-body problem. Initial data are given in the format of position, velocity and mass) Dr. Xie's Working Exprience: - August 2011 -- current, Associate Professor, Virginia State University
- August 2007 -- August, 2011, Virginia State University
- August 2006 -- August 2007, Visiting Assistant Professor, College of William & Mary.
This website is under construction. Any comment or question? Please send email to zxie@vsu.edu |