Shanshuang Yang

Professor
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Emory University



Contact Information

Address:
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Emory University
Atlanta, GA 30322
USA

Office: N420 Math & Science Center

Phone: (404) 727-7956

E-mail: syang@mathcs.emory.edu


Teaching

Teaching Schedule (Fall, 2017):

  • Math 511 (Analysis I) MW 8:30-9:45
  • Math 411 (Real Analysis I) MW 1:00-2:15

    Office Hours: M and W 9:45-11:00, or by appointment.

    List of Courses Taught




    Research

    Research Interests: Theory and applications of quasiconformal mappings, Complex analysis, Complex dynamics, Potential theory, Conformal geometry and geometric function theory.

    Recent Papers and Preprints:

    1. T. Cheng, H. Yang and S. Yang: Beltrami system and 1-quasiconformal embeddings in higher dimensions, Preprint, 2017. http://arxiv.org/abs/1709.07324

    2. T. Cheng, H. Shi and S. Yang: Sewing homeomorphisms and conformal invarants, Acta Math. Sinica, English Ser., 33 (2017), pages 1321-1338. pdf file

    3. T. Cheng and S. Yang: Extremal function for capacity and estimates for QED constants in $R^n$, Advances in Math., 306 (2017), pages 929-957. pdf file

    4. T. Cheng and S. Yang: Dilatations and exponents of quasisymmetric homeomorphisms, Ann. Acad. Sci. Fenn. Math., 41 (2016), pages 287-304. pdf file

    5. T. Cheng and S. Yang: Decomposition of extremal length and a proof of Shen's conjecture on QED constant and boundary dilatation, Math. Z., 278 (2014), pages 1195-1211. pdf file

    6. T. Cheng, S. Yang and W. Zou: Extremal length decomposition and domain constants for finitely connected domains, Comput. Methods Funct. Theory, 14 (2014), pages 279-294. pdf file

    Full list of publications



    Academic History

    Education

    1991 Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Michigan (Advisor: Frederick W. Gehring)
    1983 B.S., Hunan University, China

    Employment

    1991-94 Hedrick Assistant Professor, University of California, Los Angeles
    1994-99 Assistant Professor, Emory University
    1999-09 Associate Professor, Emory University
    2009- Full Professor, Emory University