China News Service, Hefei, October 15 (Reporter Wu Lan) The reporter learned from the University of Science and Technology of China on the 15th that Chen Gao, a distinguished professor of the Geometry and Physics Research Center of the school, won the 2021 Dharma Academy Green Orange Award.
At the age of 27, he is the youngest recipient of the award.
Photo courtesy of the University of Science and Technology of China
The 2021 Dharma Academy Green Orange Award announced the winners on October 14. Chen Gao won the award for “creating new tools and solving important conjectures in the field of complex geometry”.
Chen Gao, 27 years old, is the youngest winner of the previous Green Orange Awards.
In 2008, he was admitted to the Chinese University of Science and Technology Junior Class; in 2012, he went to the State University of New York at Stony Brook, under the tutelage of Professor Chen Xiuxiong to study for a PhD in mathematics; in 2017, he went to the Princeton Institute for Advanced Study as a postdoc; in 2019, he was an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2021 He returned to China to join the University of Science and Technology of China in 1999 as a special professor at the Research Center of Geometry and Physics.
In 2015, Professor Chen Gao and his mentor Chen Xiuxiong worked together to solve a problem called "Gravitational Instanton" proposed by Hawking in 1977.
In February 2021, Professor Chen Gao’s paper "J Equation and Supercritical Hermit-Yang Zhenning-Mills Equation Deformation" was published in one of the four highest mathematics magazines "New Advances in Mathematics", which attracted the attention of the international mathematics community. It was cited for the first time by Lawson, a member of the National Academy of Sciences.
The Dharma Academy Green Orange Award started in August 2018. It is the industry's first nonprofit academic selection for the discovery of young Chinese scholars.
The Green Orange Award is open to young scholars under the age of 35. 10 winners are selected each year, and each will be awarded a freely disposable 1 million yuan bonus and comprehensive scientific research support.
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