Gang Bao(包刚)
Department of Mathematics
College of Science
Zhejiang University
Hangzhou  , Zhejiang
P. R. China

Phone: +86-0571-87953873



Research Interests
Modeling, analysis, and computation of diffractive optics, nonlinear optics, near-field and nano optics,and electromagnetics; Inverse and design problems in partial differential equations; Numerical analysis and large scale scientific computing.

Ph.D. 1991 Applied Math., Rice University
M.A. 1990 Math. Sciences, Rice University
B.S. 1985 Comput. Math, Jilin University, China

Work Experience
Head and Professor, Department of Mathematics, Zhejiang University, China, 2010-present.
Founding Director, Interdisciplinary Center for Applied and Computational Mathematics, Zhejiang University, China 2010-present
Founding Director, Michigan Center for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2006-present.
Professor, Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University, 1999-present.
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Florida, 1997-1999.
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Florida, 1994 -1997.
Research Associate, Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota, 1992-1994.
Research Associate, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Rice University, 1991-1992.

[1] G. Bao, K. Yun, and Z. Zhou,  Stability of electromagnetic waves from an open cavity: TM case, SIAM J. Math. Anal., to appear.
[2] G. Bao, H. Zhang and J. Zou, Unique determination of periodic polyhedral structures by scattered electromagnetic fields Part II: The resonance case, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc., to appear.
[3] G. Bao, J. Gao, J. Lin, and W. Zhang,  Mode matching for the electromagnetic scattering from three dimensional large cavities, IEEE Trans. Antennas & Wave Propagation, to appear.
[4] G. Bao, J. Lin and F. Triki, An inverse source problem with multiple frequency data, Comptes rendus Mathematiques, 349, 2011.
[5] G. Bao and J. Lin, Imaging of local surface displacement on an infinite ground plane: the multiple frequency case, SIAM J. Appl. Math., 7, 2011.
[6] G. Bao, J. Lin and F. Triki,  Numerical solution of the inverse source problem for the Helmholtz equation with multiple frequency data, Contemp. Math., AMS, 548, 2011.
[7] G. Bao, J. Gao, and P. Li, Analysis of direct and inverse problems for electromagnetics scattering from cavities, Numer. Math. Theor. Meth. Appl., 4, 2011.
[8] G. Bao, Z. Xu, J. Yuan, Continuation finite element simulation of second harmonic generation in photonic crystals, Comm. Comput. Phys., 10, 2011.
[9] G. Bao, H. Zhang and J. Zou, Unique determination of periodic polyhedral structures by scattered electromagnetic fields , Trans. Amer. Math. Soc., 363, 2011.
[10] G. Bao, L. Dou, T. Eller, P. Li, Y. Wang, and Z. X, Quantifying tectonic and geomorphic interpretations of thermochronometer data: The reconstruction of mountain surface, Comm. Comput. Phys., 9(1), 2011.
[11] Z.Xu and G. Bao, A numerical scheme for nonlinear Helmholtz equation in nonlinear optics, J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A., 27(11), 2010.
[12] G. Bao, H. Zhang and J. Zou, On uniqueness of inverse biperiodic polyhedral gratings, Trans of AMS, 2010.
[13] G. Bao, S-N Chow, P. Li, and H-M Zhou, Numerical solution of an inverse medium scattering problem with a stochastic source, Inverse Problems, 26, 2010.
[14] G. Bao, P. Li and H. Wu, An adaptive edge element method with perfectly matched absorbinglayers for wave scattering by periodic structures, Math. Comp., 79, 2010.
[15] G. Bao, J. Lin and F. Triki, A multi-frequency inverse source problem, J. Diff. Eqn., 249(12), 2010.
[16] G. Bao and F. Triki, Error estimates for the recursive linearization for solving inverse medium problems, J. Comput. Math., 28(6), 2010.