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) 7277956
Email:
syang@mathcs.emory.edu
Teaching
Teaching Schedule (Spring, 2017):
Math 411 (Real Analysis II) TuTh 1:002:15
Office Hours:
Tu and Th 10:0011:30, or by appointment.
Teaching Schedule (Previous):
Fall, 2016

Math 112, Calculus II

Math 411, Real Analysis I

Spring, 2016
Fall, 2015

Math 351, Partial Differential Equations

Math 511, Analysis I

Spring, 2015
Fall, 2014

Math 318, Complex Variables

Math 411, Real Analysis I

Spring, 2014

Math 412, Real Analysis II

Math 590, Teaching Seminar

Fall, 2013

Math 112Z, Calculus II

Math 411, Real Analysis I

Spring, 2013

Math 512, Analysis II

Math 590, Teaching Seminar

Fall, 2012

Math 318 (Complex Variables)

Math 511 (Analysis I)

Spring, 2012

Math 412, Analysis II

Math 590, Teaching Seminar

Fall, 2011

Math 411, Real Analysis I

Math 789R, Topics in Analysis: Geometric Function Theory and PDE

Spring, 2011

Math 512, Analysis II

Math 590, Teaching Seminar

Fall, 2010

Math 318, Complex Variables

Math 511, Analysis I

Spring, 2010

Math 212, Differential Equations

Math 590, Teaching Seminar

Fall, 2009

Math 318, Complex Variables

Math 557, Partial Differential Equations I

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:
 T. Cheng and S. Yang: Dilatations and exponents of quasisymmetric homeomorphisms,
Preprint, 2014. pdf file
 T. Cheng and S. Yang: Decomposition of extremal length and a proof of Shen's conjecture on QED constant and boundary dilatation,
Math. Z. (2014), 117. Published online: August 2014.
pdf file
 T. Cheng, S. Yang and W. Zou: Extremal length decomposition and domain constants for finitely connected domains,
Comput. Methods Funct. Theory (2014), 116. Published online: March 2014.
pdf file
 S. Yang: Duality, uniformity and linear local connectivity,
Illinois J. Math.53(2009), 339347.
pdf file
 S. Yang: Regularity of the Beltrami equation and
1quasiconformal embeddings of surfaces in $R^3$,
Conform. Geom. Dyn.13(2009), 232246.
pdf file
 L.E. Stovall and S. Yang: Quasisymmetric structure and quasisymmetry on
1manifolds, Proceedings of the International Conference on Geometric Function
Theory, Special Functions and Applications (ICGFT), J. Analysis, 15 (2007), 263271.
pdf file
 S. Yang: A Sobolev extension domain that is not uniform,
Manuscripta Math.120(2006), 241251.
pdf file
 S. Yang: Boundedness and extension of asymptotically symmetric embeddings,
Proceedings of the 12th
International Conference on Finite or Infinite Dimensional Complex Analysis and
Applications, Tokyo, Japan, JulyAugust 2004, pages 413419; published
December 2005.
pdf file
 A. Brania and S. Yang:
Asymptotically symmetric homeomorphisms and symmetric quasicircles,
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.132(2004), 26712678.
pdf file
 D. Herron and S. Yang: Quasixtremal distance sets,
Analysis (Munich) 23
(2003), 2750.pdf file
 A. Brania and S. Yang:
Domains with controlled modulus and quasiconformal mappings,
J. Nonlinear Stud.9(2002), 5773.
dvi file
 S. Yang: Characterizations of symmetric quasicircles,
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Finite or Infinite
Dimensional Complex Analysis and Applications, Pusan, South Korea,
JulyAugust 2002.
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
199194 
Hedrick Assistant Professor, University of California,
Los Angeles 
199499 
Assistant Professor, Emory University 
199909 
Associate Professor, Emory University 
2009 
Full Professor, Emory University 