Jun-Ming Xu (J.-M. Xu)
has become a faculty of the Department of Mathematics at the University
of Science and Technology of China (USTC) since 1977 when he was
graduated from USTC. He received an M.S. in mathematics from USTC in
1988. He was promoted to an Associate Professor in 1993 and a Professor
in 1999, respectively. He was appointed a supervisor of doctoral
graduates and took charge of Applied Mathematics in 2000. He gained
Outstanding Teacher Awards of Bao Steel in 2007.
He held a
visiting position at Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatioue (LRI)
in Universite de Paris Sud, Paris, 1996, Yale University, The middle Tennessee
State University, Texas University at Dallas, 2004.
research interest is combinatorics and graph theory. In recent years,
his main research interest is the problems of graph theory in
topological structure of interconnection networks. He has published more
than 200 research papers and three monographs Graph Theory with
Applications (in Chinese, The Press USTC, 1998, the second edition,
2004), Topological Structure and Analysis of Interconnection Networks (Kluwer
Academic Publishers, 2001) and Theory and Application of Graphs (Kluwer
Academic Publishers, 2003). He is currently a fellow of Operations
Research Society of China, a member of Chinese Mathematical Society and
a fellow of Commission on Combinatorics and Graph Theory, a reviewer
Review edited by the American Mathematical Society, a
reviewer for Zentralblatt
Math edited by the European Mathematical Society, a member of
editorial board for International
Journal of Combinatorics edited by Hindawi Publishing Corporation, and a
managing editor of OR
Transactions sponsored by Operation Research Society of China.
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