Personal Profile

Ke Wu, former researcher and doctoral supervisor of the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, male, born in 1946. He graduated from the department of mathematics in Peking University in 1969 and received his doctorate from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1984. He was approved by the State Council as a doctoral supervisor in 1993. In November 2001, he was transferred to the mathematics department of Capital Normal University, and now he is a member of the expert group of Beijing special professor and 973 project "mathematical mechanization and automatic reasoning platform".

The Main Experience

In 1984, he received his doctorate in science. In 1989, he was a researcher of Theoretical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He was a researcher in the department of Theoretical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1992. Wu Ke is engaged in mathematical physics and the direction of theoretical physics research, engaged in a continuation structure theory of non-linear equations, colleague - Klein theory, quantum field theory, a wide range of nature, string theory, conformal field theory, two-dimensional gravity induction research etc., is the domestic and foreign well-known expert in research direction. He published more than 140 papers. Main research direction of research are as follows: the research theory of quantum groups, the specification on the discrete group theory and the physical and mathematical problems related to the quantum field theory and the classical integrable system of geometric theory and calculation method applied in theoretical physics. His work had won the second prize of National Natural Science in 1989, and won the first prize in the Natural Sciences of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1988. In 1988, 1997 and 2001, he has won the second prize of Chinese Academy of Science three times, and he had won the first prize in the state education commission science and technology progressin 1987.

Scientific Research Achievements

He studied modern mathematical physics and completed more than 140 academic papers. The main results are: 1. Use the method of topology and geometry, reveals that extensive property of abnormality and low energy efficiency in quantum theory, and the study - "large scale properties of quantum field theory study"had won the second prize of national natural science and natural science prize of Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the first prize ofthe national education commission of science and technology progress; 2. Studied the symphonic field theory, string theory, two-dimensional induced gravitation, and the symmetry of infinite dimensional lie algebras that appeared in it, and the results were twice awarded by the second prize of natural sciences of Chinese academy of sciences; 3. The quantum symmetry of a series of integrable models was discussed, and a class of Yang-Baxter equations were solved, and some of the results were awarded the second prize of natural science of Chinese Academy of Sciences for "quantum symmetry and quantum group". The research contents are: 1. Differential algebra and its application in various discrete models, such as discrete variational principle, lattice point specification theory, discrete integrable system research; 2. The problem of quantum field theory and algebraic number theory.

Part of the Thesis are as Follows:

1． Difference Discrete Variational Principle in Discrete Mechanics and Symplectic Algorithm, Commun. Theor. Phys., 42(2004)443-452.

2, Global solutions of Einstein-Dirac equation on conformal space, Asian J. Math., 8No. 1 (2004)001-026.

3. On thegeometric equivalence of the discrete integrable modified Heisenberg ferromagnet model, Journal of the Physical Society of Japan,74, No. 9, (2005)2449.

4. Modified Heisenberg ferromagnet model and integrable equation, Commun. Theor. Phys., Vol. 44(2005)415.

5. Generalized inhomogeneous Heisenberg ferromagnet model and generalized nonlinear Schrodinger equation, Phys. Lett. A352(2006)64-68.

6. Prolongation structure of (2+1)-dimensional integrable Heisenberg ferromagnet model, J. Phys. A: math. Gen. 39(2006)1-10.

7. Separability and entanglement of identical bosonic systems, J. Phys. A: Math. Gen., 39(2006) L555-L557.

8 . Discrete total variation calculus and Lee"s discrete mechanics, Applied Mathematics and Computation 177(2006)226-234.

9. Difference discrete connectionand curvature on cubic lattice, Science in China Series A: Math., 49(11)(2006)1458-1476.