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Prof. Hong-Ming Yin
Washington State University, USA
On a Coupled System for a Type-II Superconductor Model with Temperature Effect
In this paper we study an evolution system modeling type-II superconductors. The feature of the model is that the magnetic field depends on the temperature. Global existence and regularity of solution are investigated.
Hong-Ming Yin is a full Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Washington State University, USA. He graduated from Suzhou University with B.S. degree and earned a Master Degree from Peking University, China. He received a Ph.D. from Washington State University, USA. Before the current position, he held teaching and research positions at McMaster University, University of Toronto, Canada and University of Notre Dame, USA. He also held visiting positions at University of California at Berkeley and Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. He has published more than 90 peer reviewed research papers at various journals including top rated journals such as Communication of Partial Differential Equations, Transaction of American Mathematical Society, Journal of Differential Equations, etc. His citation number has exceeded 800 from American Mathematical Society Scinet. His research topics include theory and applications of partial differential equations, free boundary problems, inverse problems, problems in electromagnetic fields, optimal control problems in PDEs, numerical analysis and computations for PDEs, option pricing in financial engineering and risk management. He has been served as an associate editor for several international journals and has been served as a referee for various journals.
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