|出生年月： November, 1975|
|办公地点： Zhizhi Bld #3521|
XGW got his PhD degree from Beijing Normal University in 2002. His PhD thesis is about measure synchronization in coupled Hamiltonian systems, carried out at the Physics Department under the supervision of Prof. Gang Hu. After graduated, he joined the Temasek Laboratories at National University of Singapore as a research scientist, collaborating with Prof. Choy Heng Lai on topics of chaos-based secure communications and complex network analysis. In 2008, he moved back to China and joined the Physics Department in Zhejiang University as professor, working on fusion plasma theory. In 2013, he joined the Physics Department of Shaanxi Normal University. His current research interest is mainly focusing on the collective dynamical behaviors of complex systems, including synchronization, pattern formation, complex networks, laser plasma, turbulence control, etc. He has published more than 70 papers in peer-reviewed journals, which, according to the record of Web of Science, have been cited about 800 times. XGW is now a “Qujiang” Professor in Shaanxi Normal University. In 2014, he received the "Shaanxi Youth Science and Technology Award" and was selected as a member of the "Shaanxi One-Hundred Talent Program". In 2017, he was awarded the title of "Leading and Innovative Talent in Science and Technology" by Shaanxi Province.
Mechanics (undergraduate students),
Nonlinear Dynamics (undergraduate and graduate students),
Complex Systems: An Introduction (graduate students)
Nonlinear Dynamics, Complex Networks, Computational Neuroscience,
Statistical Physics, Pattern Formation, Plasma Physics, Physics Education
Research ID: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/G-1746-2014.
ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Xingang_Wang2; GoogleScholar
Publications in Recent 3 Years：(*:Corresponding author)
 Ben Cao, Yafeng Wang, Liang Wang, Yizhen Yu, and Xingang Wang*, "Cluster synchronization in complex network of coupled chaotic circuits: an experimental study," Frontiers of Physics (Accepted).
 Huawei Fan, Yafeng Wang, Hengtong Wang, Ying-Cheng Lai, and Xinang Wang*, "Autapses promote synchronization in neuronal networks", Scientific Reports 8, 580 (2018).
 Mengjiao Chen, Yafeng Wang, Hengtong Wang, Wei Ren, and Xingang Wang*, "Evoking complex neuronal networks by stimulating a single neuron", Nonlinear Dynamics 88, 2491 (2017).
 X. Gao, X. Feng, T.-C. Li, S. Qu, X.G. Wang, and H. Zhang, "Dynamics of spiral waves rotating around an obstacle and the existence of a minimal obstacle", Physical Review E 95, 052218 (2017).
 Jing Zhang, Yizhen Yu*, and Xingang Wang*, "Synchronization of coupled metronomes on two layers", Frontiers of Physics 12, 120508 (2017). (This paper is selected as the Cover Story. See Here.)
 Weijie Lin, Huiyan Li, Heping Ying, and Xingang Wang*, "Inducing isolated-desynchronization states in complex network of coupled chaotic oscillators", Physical Review E 94, 062303 (2016).
 H. Bi, X. Hu, S. Boccaletti, X.G. Wang, Y. Zou, Z.H. Liu, and S.G. Guan, “Coexistence of quantized, time dependent, clusters in globally coupled oscillators”, Physical Review Letters 117, 204101 (2016).
 M.J. Chen, W. Ren*, and Xingang Wang*, "Depotentiation from Potentiated Synaptic Strength in a Tristable System of Coupled Phosphatase and Kinase", Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 10, 104 (2016).
 Lei Yang, Zhigang Deng, M.Y. Yu, and Xingang Wang*, “High-charge energetic ions generated by intersecting laser pulses”, Physics of Plasmas 23, 083106 (2016).
 Weijie Lin, Huawei Fan, Ying Wang, Heping Ying, and Xingang Wang*, “Controlling synchronous patterns in complex networks”, Physical Review E 93, 042209 (2016) (see also arXiv: 1511.00892). (Representative Paper)
 Yafeng Wang, Huawei Fan, Weijie Lin, Ying-Cheng Lai, and Xingang Wang*, “Growth, collapse, and self-organized criticality in complex networks”, Scientific Reports 6, 24445 (2016) (Link: http://www.nature.com/articles/srep24445).
 Huawei Fan, Yafeng Wang, Mengjiao Chen, and Xingang Wang*, “Chaos synchronization with dual-channel time-delayed couplings”, Science China -- Technological Sciences 59, 428 (2016). (Invited paper for the special issue ”Time Delay, Noise on Dynamical Systems”.)
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