Background and activities


Xu Wang (1987) is an associate Professor at the Department of Mathematical Sciences since 2017. He is a member of of the analysis group. His research interests are currently Complex Brunn--Minkowski theory and Donaldson--Fujiki moment map theory. Xu was at Tongji University from 2005 to 2014. From 2015 to 2017, Xu was a postdoc at Chalmers supported by the KAW fund.
 
Xu's student projects for masters and bachelors.
 
Recent work
 
(1) X. Wang, Notes on variation of Lefschetz star operator and T-Hodge theory, arXiv:1708.07332.
(2) X. Wang, A remark on the Alexandrov-Fenchel inequality, arXiv:1705.09933.
(3) B. Berndtsson, M. Paun and X. Wang, Algebraic fiber spaces and curvature of higher direct images, arXiv:1704.02279.
(4) X. Wang, A flat Higgs bundle structure on the complexified Kahler cone, arXiv:1612.02182.
(5) X. Wang, Relative ∂-complex and its curvature properties, arXiv:1607.03634.
(6) X. Wang, Curvature restrictions on a manifold with a flat Higgs bundle, arXiv:1608.00777.
(7) X. Wang, Curvature of higher direct image sheaves and its application on negativecurvature criterion for the Weil-Petersson metric, arXiv:1607.03265.
(8) X. Wang, A curvature formula associated to a family of pseudoconvex domains, Annales de l’Institut Fourier, (2017)
 
 

Scientific, academic and artistic work

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