# Faculty Profile

# Fang-Hua Lin

Silver Professor of Mathematics

linf@cims.nyu.edu

212-998-3137

Warren Weaver Hall, Office 717

## Education

Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Minnesota, USA, 1985.

B.S., Mathematics, Zhejiang University, China, 1981.

## Research Interests

My research interests are in nonlinear partial differential equations, geometric measure theory and geometric & applied analysis. Recent researches are concentrated mainly on the analysis of classical and complex fluids including liquid crystals, the theory of homogenizations and geometric variational problems.

## Selected Publications

E. Carlos Kenig, F. Lin, and Z. Shen,
"Homogenization of elliptic systems with Neumann boundary conditions",
Journal of the American Mathematical Society
26, no. 4, 901-937 (2013)

F. Lin,
"Some analytical issues for elastic complex fluids",
Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics
65, no. 7, 893-919 (2012)

F. Lin, X.-B. Pan, and C. Wang,
"Phase transition for potentials of high-dimensional wells",
Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics
65, no.6, 833–888 (2012)