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讲师

Educational Background

2007.09-2012.06  Peking University   Ph.D. in Probability Science and Statistics

2003.09-2007.06 Nankai University  Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

Working Experience

2014.06-Present  Beijing Institute of Technology  Lecturer

2012.06-2014.06  Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, CAS  Post Doctor

Teachings

Stochastic Processes and Its Applications(Course code22-025200-B-17)

Probability and Mathematical Statistics ( Course codeMTH17037)

Publications

[1] Zhen-Qing Chen, Yan-Xia Ren and Ting Yang: Law of large numbers for branching symmetric Hunt processes with measure-valued branching rates .To appear in J. Theor. Probab. DOI:10.1007/s10959-016-0671-y

[2]Zhen-Qing Chen, Yan-Xia Ren and Ting Yang: Boundary Harnack principle and gradient estimates for fractional Laplacian perturbed by non-local operators To appear in Potential Analysis POTA-D-15-00030R1

[3] Zhen-Qing Chen and Ting Yang, Dirichlet heat kernel estimates for fractional Laplacian under non-local perturbation, arXiv:1503.05302[math.PR], 2015.

[4] Yan-Xia Ren and Ting Yang, Multitype branching Brownian motion and traveling waves, Adv. Appl. Probab. 2014, 46(1): 217-240

[5]Yan-Xia Ren, Ting Yang and Guo-Huan Zhao, Conditional limit theirems for critical continuous-state branching processes, Science China Mathematics, 2014, 57(12): 2577–2588

[6]Yan-Xia Ren and Ting Yang, Limit theorem for derivative martingale at criticality w.r.t branching Brownian motion , Probab. Statistics Letters, 2011, 81(2): 195-200.

Visiting Positions

2015.07   National University of Mongolia, Mongolia.

2013.05-2013.08   Department of Mathematics, Bielefeld University, Germany.

2010.09-2011.08   Department of Mathematics, University of Washington, USA.

Research Projects

My research interests are in the areas of Markov Processes. I have been working on the following subjects:  Superprocesses, Branching Processes, and Probabilistic Potential Theory.

Awards, Honors and Recognitions

Graduate Students

Conference Talks and Invited Presentations

Conference Organization

Grants & Scholarships Assessor

  1. NNSF of China (Grant No. 11501029), Potential theory of fractional Laplacian under non-local perturbations, 2016.01-2018.12.
  2. China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (Grant No. 2013M541061), Non-Local Perturbation of Fractional Laplacian and Limit Theorems for Branching Markov Processes, 2013.09-2014.06.

International Refereed Journals

International Refereed Proceedings