Weifu Fang, Ph.D.

Department:
Mathematics & Statistics
Title:
Professor
Address:
Math/Microbiology Bldg 227, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Teaching

Fall 2022 teaching schedule:

  • MTH2320 - Calculus III, MW 11:15-12:10 in OH 302 & TR 11:25-12:20 in RK 060 (class info on Pilot)
  • MTH4810/6810 - Continuous Dynamical Systems, TR 3:30-4:50, OH 103 (class info on Pilot)

Courses taught:

  • Undergraduate:
    WSU: College algebra, Calculus I, II & III, Elementary differential equations, Differential equations with matrix algebra, Writing math proofs, Complex variables, Partial differential equations, Optimization techniques, Advanced linear algebra, Applied mathematics I & II;
    WVU: Calculus 1-3 (regular and honors), Elementary differential equations (regular and honors), Introduction to linear algebra, Applied linear algebra, Partial differential equations, Introduction to real analysis 1-2.
  • Graduate:
    WSU: Advanced engineering mathematics, Optimization techniques, Advanced linear algebra, Applied mathematics I & II;
    WVU: Intermediate differential equations, Linear algebra, Numerical analysis, Real variables 1-2, Theory of partial differential equations 1-2, Introduction to optimization, Numerical optimization, Matrix computations, Computational methods for inverse problems, PDE approach to image processing.

Student advising:

  • Advised undergraduate math majors and graduate students; Supervised capstone senior projects and reading courses for undergraduate students; Supervised independent studies on advanced topics for graduate students; Served on Masters and PhD committees; Directed PhD dissertations; Mentored graduate students and teaching assistants

Research Interests

  • Applied and computational mathematics, Inverse problems, Partial differential equations and applications, Analysis of mathematical models for semiconductors

Publications

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