About Me

With Glasses Without Glasses

Di Fang

 

I am Di Fang, a 4th year Phd student in Department of Mathematics at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Graduated in China with a Bachelor degree, I came to Madison to pursue my PhD degree in mathematics. My advisor is Prof. Shi Jin.

 

My interest generally lies in Numerical and Applied analysis in quantum mechanics and kinetic theory. In particular, I'm working on Schrodinger equation and Quantum-classical mixed molecular dynamics.

 

I am organizing the SIAM Student Chapter, UW-Madison with Jim Brunner.


Email: di@math.wisc.edu
Office: 818 Van Vleck

Office Hour: MW 11-12 in VV818

 


(updated on Sept. 6th 2017)

Publications

   

 

An Efficient Time-splitting Method for the Ehrenfest Dynamics, with Shi Jin and Christof Sparber, submitted  

A Diabatic Surface Hopping Algorithm based on Time Dependent Perturbation Theory and Semiclassical Analysis , with Jianfeng Lu, submitted  

Teaching

Let'swork together as a team!

 

Current teaching: Math 211 with Prof. Philip Wood. Course webpage is on Canvas. Solutions to discussion handouts will be sent via email.

 

Teaching Award: - University Housing's Honored Instructor Award (2014)

          - University Housing's Honored Instructor Award (2015)

          - Campus-wide Teaching Award - Early Excellence in Teaching (2016)

          - L&S Teaching Fellow (2017).

In the past, I have served as a TA mentor and trainer in Math department and L&S college, respectively, to train and help TAs with class designing.

 

Past teaching:

Spring 2017 - Math 222: Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

Fall 2016 - Math 221: Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

Fall 2015 - Math 222: Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

Spring 2015 - Math 221: Calculus and Analytic Geometry I    

Fall 2014 - Math 221: Calculus and Analytic Geometry I