Dr. Guoyin Li

Future Fellow & Senior Lecturer
Department of Applied Mathematics , University of New South Wales,
Office : Room 2082, Red Centre, E-mail : g.li@unsw.edu.au,
Curriculum Vitae

Breif History

I received my Ph.D. degree in 2007 from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Then I came to University of New South Wales to act as a research fellow. I became a university lecturer in the department of applied mathematics at University of New South Wales from Jan. 2011.

I was awarded an ARC Future Fellowship from Australian Research Council in Nov. 2013. Currently, I am an Australian Research Council Future Fellow and a Senior Lecturer at University of New South Wales.

 


Awards and Recent Grants:

  • The 2015 Optimization Letters (OPTL) best paper award
  • UNSW Science Gold Star Grant (as a 2nd Chief investigator)
  • International Collaboration Award from Australian Research Council (ARC)
  • Invited visiting fellow at the Issac Newton Institute for Mathematical Science, Cambridge University, United Kingdom.
  • Future Fellowship from Australian Research Council (2014-2017)
  • Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship from Australian Research Council (2010-2013)
  • Overseas partner investigator of General Research Fund from RGC Hong Kong (2017-2019), New approaches for nonconvex feasibility problems (led by Dr. Ting Kei Pong)
  • ARC Discovery Grant (2010-2013) A new improved solution to global optimization over multivariate polynomials: Mathematical principles, numerical methods and selected applications
    (jointly with Professor V. Jeyakumar, Professor B.S. Mordukhovich, Professor G.M. Lee and Professor S. Kim)
  • ARC Discovery Grant (2012-2014) New Theory and Methods for Robust Global Optimization: Modern Decision-Making under Uncertain Conditions
    (jointly with Professor V. Jeyakumar, Professor M.A. Goberna)
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    Professonal Activities

    I am an Associate Editor of the following two Springer journals

  • "Journal of Optimization Theory and its Applications" (since Jan. 2016).

  • "Mathematical Methods of Operations Research" (since Jan. 2015).
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    Teaching

    Teaching Resources in 2012 S2 (MATH 2019 Tutorial)

    Teaching Resources in 2012 S1 (MATH 2111)


    Research