Yuan-Jen Chiang

Yuan-Jen Chiang
  • Professor
  • Mathematics
  • Academic Degrees

    • M.A., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
    • B.S., National Taiwan Normal University
  • Areas of Expertise

    • Mathematics
    • Differential Geometry

Yuan‑Jen Chiang, Professor of Mathematics, earned a Ph.D. (1989) and an M.A. (1985) in mathematics from Johns Hopkins University, and a B.S. (1979) in mathematics from National Taiwan Normal University (Taipei, Taiwan).

Dr. Chiang has had publications in International Journal of Mathematics, Journal of Geometry and Physics, Annals of Global Analysis and Geometry, Bulletin of French Mathematical Society, Proceedings of American Mathematical Society, International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics, Academia Sinica, Achievium Mathematicium, JP Journal of Geometry and Topology, Journal of Geometry and Symmetry in Physics, Journal of Mathematics, China.

She has presented many publications/papers at international conferences and universities in USA, China, France, Spain, Italy, India, Poland, Greece, Bulgaria, and Taiwan. They include two International Congress of Mathematicians in India and Spain (every 4 years), 1st International Joint Meeting between AMS and FMS, 1st International Joint Meeting between AMS and Italian Mathematical Union, 3rd Pacific Rim Conference on Mathematics in Shanghai, 9th Pasific Conference on Geometry in Taipei, 5th International Conference on Mathematics and Statistics in Athens, 14th International Conference on Geometry, Integrability and Quantization in Bulgaria, etc.

Since 1991, Dr. Chiang has been a reviewer of “Mathematical Review” (published monthly by the American Mathematical Society), and has written reviews for approximately 100 scholarly papers on differential geometry and global analysis. Included in her awards are 13 Mary Washington Development Grants, three Jepson Funds for Excellence grants (1 for 2 years), and two Natural Science Foundation Grants in China. Dr. Chiang received a sabbatical leave for visiting the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the fall of 2001. She is a member of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America.