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Dr Guoyin Li

Biography
Phone
9385 7095

I received my Ph.D from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in Dec. 2007. I am currently a professor in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at University of New South Wales. I was awarded an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (for mid-career researchers) during 2014-2018. My area of interest is optimisation, variational analysis and tensor computations. For some of my recent research articles, please see web.maths.unsw.edu.au/~gyli/papers/articles.html


Research activities

Recent Invited Plenary Presentations

  • One World Optimization Seminar (OWS): avaliable on youtube, Dec. 7, 2020, online
  • 2019 The Internatinoal Consortium of Chinese Mathematicians (ICCM), Best Paper Award Lecture, Dec. 16-18, Sanya, China. 
  • The AMSI Optimise event (June 26-30, 2017) as a national plenary speaker: a five-day symposium inspiring industry and research collaboration, organized by Australian Mathematical Science Institute: 1 hour's presentation. 
  • The international conference “Mathematical Optimisation Down Under (MODU2016)" as a plenary speaker (organized by Australian Mathematical Science Institute), 18-22 July 2016, Melbourne, Australia: 1 hour's presentation. 
  • International Conference in Optimization Theory and its Applications (ALEL 2016) as an invited plenary speaker, 6-8, June 2016, Cartagena, Spain: 1 hour's presentation. 
  • The 2014 International Conference on Tensors and Matrices and their application as an invited plenary speaker,, Suzhou, P.R. China, Dec. 17-20, 2014: 1 hour's presentation. 

Professional Activities

  • [Since 01/2020] Associate Editor of the Springer journal "Optimization Letters". 
  • [Since 01/2016] Associate Editor of the Springer journal ``Journal of Optimization Theory and its Applications".
  • [Since 01/2015] Associate Editor of the Springer journal ``Mathematical Methods of Operations Research".
  • 07/2020 - 07/2021] Guest editor for the Topical Collection “Mathematics of Computation and Optimisation” (MoCaO) in the Springer Journal "Advances in Computational Mathematics".