Applied Mathematics

Hongjie Dong

Professor of Applied Mathematics
Room 217, 182 George Street
Office Hours: Tuesday from 4-4:50 pm and Thursday from 3:30-4:30 pm


Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 2005, Mathematics

My research interests fall into main three categories:  In the area of partial differential equations, my research focuses on nonlinear elliptic and parabolic PDEs, Navier-Stokes equations, quasi-geostrophic equations, reaction diffusion equations, unique continuation problems.  In the field of probability, I am interested in the probabilistic approach of PDEs, stochastic processes, and stochastic control theory.  Thirdly, I am interested in numerical analysis, especially the rates of convergence of finite difference approximations.


Faculty Research Profile


NSF Career Award, 2011-2016

MSRI Membership: 2007.7–2007.8. 

IAS Membership: 2006–2007. 

Travel Grants from AMS for ICM 2006, Madrid, Spain: August 22-30, 2006. 

Outstanding Graduate: Fudan University, 2001. 

The First, Second Prizes of People’s Scholarship: Fudan University, 1998-2001. 

Meritorious Winner of Mathematical Contest in Modeling: The Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications, 2000. 

Perfect Paper on the American Invitational Mathematics Examination: The Mathematical Association of America, 1997. 

The First Prize of Chinese Mathematical Olympiad: rank top 4 in P. R. China, 1997. 

The First, Second Prizes: in Contests of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, 1991–1997.