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Department of Mathematics

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Assistant Professor

Department of Mathematics


Block 3 Room 424, Wisdom Valley

Research Interests

•Hyperbolic conservation laws

•Mixed type equations

Professional Experience

•2015.08-Present  Assistant Professor 

Southern University of Science and Technology, China

•2008.08-2009.06  Visiting Assistant Professor

University of Houston, USA

•2005.09-2008.06  Van Vleck Visiting Assistant Professor

University of Wisconsin at Madison, USA 

Educational Background

•2000.09-2005.06  Northwestern University , Evanston, USA

Ph.D. in Mathematics June 2005

•1999.09-2000.08  Department of Mathematical Sciences, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, USA

M.S. in Mathematics    August 2000

•1993.09-1997.07  Department of Applied Mathematics, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

B.S. in Applied Mathematics July 1997


•G.-Q. Chen, J. Chen and M. Feldman, Transonic Flows with Shocks Past Curved Wedges for the Full Euler Equations, submitted. Link:

•J. Chen, C. Christoforou and K. Jegdic, Existence and Uniqueness Analysis of a Detached Shock Problem for the Potential Flow, Nonlinear Analysis: Theory, Methods and Applications, Volume 74, Issue 3 (2011), 705-720.

•J. Chen, Subsonic Flows for Full Euler Equations in Half Plane, J. Hyperb. Differ. Eqs. 6(2), (2009) 207-228.

•G.-Q. Chen, J. Chen and M. Feldman, Transonic Shocks and Free Boundary Problems for the Full Euler Equations in Infinite Nozzles, J. Math. Pures Appl, Vol. 88, No. 2 (2007) 191-218.

•G.-Q. Chen and J. Chen, Stability of Plane Rarefaction Waves and Vacuum States for the Multidimensional Euler Equations for Compressible Fluids, J. Hyperbolic Diff. Eqs, Vol. 4, No. 1 (2007) 105-122.

•G.-Q. Chen, J. Chen and Kyungwoo Song, Transonic Nozzle Flows and Free Boundary Problems for Full Euler Equations, J. Diff. Eqs. 229 (2006) 92--120. 

•J. Chen and M. Gockenbach, A variational method for recovering planar Lamé moduli, Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids, 7 (2002), no. 2, 191--202.

•J. Chen and Y. Jin, Continuous dependence on a parameter for classical solutions to first-order quasilinear hyperbolic systems, Journal of  Fudan University in Natural Science 39(2000), no. 5, 506--513.

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