Zhihong "Jeff" Xia is a Chinese-American mathematician.Education and career Xia received in 1982 from Nanjing University a bachelor's degree in astronomy and in 1988 a PhD in mathematics from Northwestern University with thesis advisor Donald G. Saari and thesis The Existence of the Non-Collision Singularities. From 1988 to 1990 Xia was an assistant professor at Harvard University and from 1990 to 1994 an associate professor at Georgia Institute of Technology . In 1994 he became a full professor at Northwestern University and since 2000 he has been there the Arthur and Gladys Pancoe Professor of Mathematics.Source: Wikipedia
Public university in Nanjing, China
Private research university with campuses in Evanston and Chicago, Illinois, United States
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