Chongchun Zeng



  Office: Skiles 102A

  Phone: 404-894-4750

  Fax: 404-894-4409



In 1973, Chongchun Zeng was born in Kunming -- a city in the mountainous southwestern China. Having realized that he could not do anything else, he went to Nankai University in northern China as an undergraduate student majoring in mathematics in September 1990. In January 1994, he became a Ph.D. student in mathematics at Brigham Young University. After learning some dynamical systems and differential equations, he finished his dissertation on normally hyperbolic invariant manifolds for semiflows and started his career as a Courant Instructor at Courant Institute, NYU, in August 1997. After 3 years as an instructor at NYU and then 5 years as an assistant professor at the University of Virginia, he moved further south to Georgia Institute of  Technology as an associate professor in August 2005 and then a professor since 2009.




    Spring 2019:   Math 2106 Sec. H, Foundations of Mathematical Proofs.


    Spring 2018:   Math 4581 Sec. AG-AU-Q, Classicial Mathematical Methods in Engineering.


    School and Conference on Nonlinear Waves, Georgia Tech, 5/7--10/2018

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