

2012 Elected Members
Committee Leadership
Shuyuan He  Nominee for Chairelect
2016)
(August 15, 2014August 14,
is a professor of Department of Statistics, Capital Normal University. He received
his Ph.D degree from Peking University and served as a teacher for Peking
University from 1984 to 2009. He was promoted to professor in 1997 and was
the head of Department of Probability and Statistics Peking University from
1998 to 2008. His research interests include time series and survival analysis. He
published more than 40 research papers and wrote several books for students,
such as Applied Time Series, Stochastic Processes, Introduction to Probability
and Mathematical Statistics.
Zenghu Li  Nominee for Program Secretary
14, 2014)
(August 15, 2012August
received his Ph.D. in 1994 from Beijing Normal University. He is now a Chang
Jiang Scholar Chair Professor in Beijing Normal University, a Vice President
of the Chinese Society of Probability and Statistics (20062014), a Council
Member of the Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability
(20092013), a member of the Editorial Committee of “Acta Mathematica
Sinica” (2009) and “Probability and Mathematical Statistics” (2011). He was
a one hour plenary speaker at the “31st Conference on Stochastic Processes
and their Applications” (Paris, France, 2006, 07, 1721) and a Member of the
Scientific Committee of the “35th Conference on Stochastic Processes and their
Applications” (Oaxaca, Mexico, 2011, 06, 1925). Research interests of Zenghu
Li cover measurevalued processes (superprocesses), branching processes and infinite particle systems.
Fuzhou Gong  Nominee for Treasure
2014)
(August 15, 2012August 14,
iis a professor and the director of Institute of the Applied Mathematics in
Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
(CAS), Beijing, China. He received his PhD degree from the Institute of Applied
Mathematics, CAS in 1995, worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Peking
University from 1995 to 1997, and as a research fellow at the MaxPlanck
Society and Bielefeld University, Germany from 1999 to 2001. He was the
secretary general of Chinese Mathematical Society (20042007), a Vice
President of Chinese Mathematical Society (20082011), a Vice EditorinChief
of “Acta Mathematicae Applicatat Sinica (Chinese Version)”(2006), a member
of the Editorial Board of “Acta Mathematicae Applicatat Sinica (English Version)”
(2006), “Northeastern Mathematical Journal (English Version)”(2007), “Acta
Mathematica Sinica (English Version)”(2009), “J. of Mathematical Research and
Exposition (English Version)”(2010), “Pure and Applied Mathematics(Chinese
Version)”(2011), and “Asia Pacific Mathematics Newsletter”(2011). He was
also an Associate Editor of “Stochastics: An International Journal of Probability
and Stochastic Processes” (2008).
Scholars Award of Qiushi Foundation in China in 2001, S. S. Chern Mathematical
Award of Chinese Mathematical Society in 2003, and National Science
Foundation of China for Distinguished Young Scholars in 2003. His research
interests include infinite dimensional stochastic analysis, stochastic analysis on
path and loop spaces, and their applications.
Gong obtained the Outstanding Young Scholars Award of Qiushi Foundation in China in 2001, S. S. Chern Mathematical
Award of Chinese Mathematical Society in 2003, and National Science
Foundation of China for Distinguished Young Scholars in 2003. His research
interests include infinite dimensional stochastic analysis, stochastic analysis on
path and loop spaces, and their applications.
IMS China Committee Members
Mingyao Ai
is Associate Professor of Statistics and PhD students supervisor in Peking University, Beijing, China. He got his Bachelor and Master degrees from
Central China Normal University in 1988 and in 1991, respectively, and
PhD from Nankai University in 2003. From then on he has been working at
Peking University. He is vice secretary general of both the Chinese Society of
Probability and Statistics and the Chinese Association for Applied Statistics.
He is also vice director of the Design of Experiments division of the Chinese
Association for Applied Statistics. He now serves as associate editor for
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference and the journal STAT launched
by the International Statistical Institute. Dr. Ai’s research interests are on
the design and analysis of experiments, computer experiments, multivariate
analysis, quality control and applied statistics and probability. He works on
the construction and analysis of the designs for all kinds of experiments, and
related statistical modeling and parameter optimization. He is the author or
coauthor of two books and over forty journal papers.
Hengjian Cui
is a Professor and Head of Department of Statistics, School of Mathematical
Sciences, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China. He received his B.S. and
M.S. degrees in Mathematics from Beijing Normal University (BNU),China in
July 1983 and 1986 respectively, and received his Ph.D degree in Statistics
from Institute of System Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences in July 1993.
He had been working at BNU since June 1983 to March 2011. He was a
visiting scholar in Department of Statistics of University of Illinois at Urbana
Champaign and Department of Mathematics of Arizona State University
from July 2000 to August 2001. He was a council member of Probability
and Statistics Association of China from 1998 to 2002; standing council
member of Probability and Statistics Association of China from 2002 to 2006;
membership committee of the International Chinese Statistical Association
from 1999 to 2002; council member of (and also Survival Analysis Division)
Applied Statistics Association of China from 2004 to 2008. He serves
or served as editor of Application of Statistics and Management from
2006, for Acta Mathematica Applicatae Sinica (both Chinese version and English version) from 2007. Professor Cui’s research interests are including
parametric estimation theory in statistical linear model, measurement error
(errorsinvariables) model; multivariate data analysis; nonparametric,
semiparametric and robust statistics; empirical likelihood method; statistical
computing and numerical analysis; model checking and the theory of
statistical depth functions and its applications to multivariate exploratory
data analysis, pattern recognition, quality control , etc.
Junyi Guo
is a professor of Nankai University, and Dean of the School of Mathematical
Sciences, Nankai University, Tianjin, China. He received his Ph.D. in 1995
from Nankai University. His early research interest was Markov process
theory and measurevalued Markov processes. Since year 2000, he mainly
works in the field of insurance risk theory and its interplay with stochastic
control theory and mathematical finance. His more than 30 international
publications cover works on classical ruin problems, optimal reinsurance
and optimal investment strategies, optimal dividend problems, Gerber
Shiu functions on dependent risk He is now the vice president of Tianjin
Mathematical Society, standing member of the council of The Chinese
Society of Probability and Statistics, Standing member of the council of
The Chinese Society of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Member of the editorial
board of international journal of “Interdisciplinary Sciences”, Member of the
editorial board of Chinese journal of “Applied Probability and Statistics”.
Xianping Guo
received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Applied Mathematics from Hunan
Normal University, China, in 1987 and 1990, respectively. He attended
the Changsha Railway University, P.R. China, where he received his Ph.D.
degree in Probability and Statistics in 1996. Since then, he has held the
position of Postdoctoral Researcher for two years in Zhongshan University,
China, visited the University of Queensland and the University of South
Australia, Australia from Sep. 1988 to May 1999. He held a position of a
visiting professor in CINVESTAVIPN, Mexico from Aug. 2000 to Jul. 2002, and worked for more than three years in the Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology and more than one year in the Chinese University
of Hong Kong, as a visiting scholar. He has published more then 40 papers
in international journals such as Ann. Appl. Probab.,Adv. in Appl. Probab.,
Bernoulli, J. Appl. Probab.,J. Theory Probab, SIAM J. Optim., SIAM J. Control
Optim., IEEE Trans. Automat. Control, IFAC Automatica, Math. Oper. Res.,
J. Optim. Thory Appl., and European J. Oper. Res.. Also, he has written
(coauthored
ContinuousTime Markov Decision Processes published in 2009 in Springer
Verlag. He is with the Zhongshan University, China, where he was appointed
as a Professor in 2002. His research interests include Markov decision
processes, stochastic optimality, and stochastic games.
with Professor Onesimo HernandezLerma) a book titled
Taizhong Hu
Professor and the chairman of the Department of Statistics and Finance,
University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). He received his
PhD in Probability and Statistics from USTC in 1994. Hu's major research
interests are stochastic comparisons,extreme value theory, and applied
probability. He has published more than 90 research papers. He is currently
an associate editor of the four journals, Insurance: Mathematics and
Economics, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, Quality Technology
and Quantitative Management, Journal of Data Analysis, and is a member of
the editorial board for Chinese Journal of Applied Probability and Statistics.
Liuquan Sun
is a Professor at the Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, and the associate director of the Division of Probability
and Statistics at the Institute of Applied Mathematics. He received his PhD
in Probability and Statistics from Peking University in 1998. His research
interests are survival analysis, biostatistics, statistics in medicine, recurrent
event and longitudinal data analysis, intervalcensored survival data analysis,
and statistical analysis of incomplete data. He has published more than 80
papers in journals including JASA, Biometrika, Biometrics, Statist. Sinica, Stat.
Med., Scand. J. Statist. and so on.
Shanjian Tang
was borne in April, 1966 in Wulian, Shandong Province. He received the
Bachelor and the Master Degrees in Mathematics from Shandong University,
and the Ph. D. in Mathematics from Fudan University. He got the Alexander
von Humboldt Research Fellowship in 1999. He is now a Chang Jiang Scholar
with Fudan University, and the Chairman of Department of Finance and
Control Sciences, School of Mathematical Sciences, Fudan University. His
research fields include stochastic control theory and financial mathematics. He serves in the editorial boards of SIAM J Control and Optimization, the
book Series in Quantitative Finance (published by World Scientific Publishing
Company), Journal of Control Theory and Applications, Management
Science & Financial Engineering, among several other Chinese mathematical
journals.
Qihua Wang
is Professor of Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese
Academy of Science, Beijing, China. He got his bachelor’s degree from Anhui
Normal University in 1986, Master degree from Eastchina Normal University
in 1989 and Ph.D degree from Peking University in 1996. He worked at
Institute of Applied Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Science as a post
doctor from 19961998, at Peking University as a Lecturer from 19982000.
He has been working at Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science,
Chinese Academy of Science since 2000. He got National Distinguished
Young Scholar Award in 2007, and was named a Chang Jiang Scholar by the
Ministry of Education in China in 2009. He is a member of IMS. He serves
as the EditorinChief for Open Journal of Statistics, an Associate Editor for
Annals of Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Journal of Applied Probability
and Statistics, Science in China, Acta Math Apply Sinica and so on. He is vice
President of Chinese Society of Biostatistics. He has published more than
80 papers. Among them, more than 60 has been published in international
journals such as JASA, Annals of Statistics and Biometrika. Professor Qihua
Wang’s research work mainly focuses on missing data analysis, statistical
analysis with surrogate data and validation sampling, survival analysis,
empirical likelihood, semi and nonparametric statistics, high dimensional
data analysis.
Zhaojun Wang
is a Professor of Nankai University, Tianjin, China. He got his bachelor's
degree from Nankai University in 1987, Master Degree from East China
Normal University in 1990, and Doctor of Science from Nankai University
in 1995. He has been working at Nankai University since July 1990. He is President of Tianjin’s Applied Statistical Association and serves for several
other national statistical organizations. He serves as associate editor for
Chinese Journal of Applied Statistics and Management since 1996. Professor
Wang’s research interests include Statistical Process Control, Quality
engineering, Highdimensional data analysis, Dimensionreduction. He works
on quality control and monitoring methods, estimation and testing on high
dimensional covariance matrix.
Yaohua Wu
is a Professor of University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China.
He got his bachelor's degree from University of Science and Technology of
Chin in 1983, Master of Science from University of Science and Technology of
Chin in 1986, Doctor of Science from University of Science and Technology of
Chin in 1989. He has been working at University of Science and Technology
of Chin since 1985. He is a executive member of the council of Chinese
Society of Probability and Statistics and serves for several other national
statistical organizations. He serves as editor board for Journal of System
Science and Mathematical and Chinese Journal of Applied Probability and
Statistics now. He won the second class Natural Prize of Education of China
in 2001 and the first class prize of education of Anhui Province in 2001.
Professor Wu’s research interests are regression analysis, model selection
and resampling technology.
Zhen Wu
is a Professor of Shandong University, Jinan, China. He got his doctor's
degree in Applied Mathematics from Shandong University in 1997, and
engaged in postdoctoral research in University of Maine, France from
1998 to 1999. He got the National Natural Science Fund for Distinguished
Young Scholars in 2011. He has been working at Shandong University since
1997, and now he served as Vice Dean of the School of Mathematics and
Taishan College in Shandong University. Professor Wu’s research interests
are forwardbackward stochastic differential equation, stochastic optimal
control and financial mathematics. He has published more than 30 papers in the high level journals such as SIAM. J. Control Optim., IEEE Tans. Automatic
Control, Automatica,J. Differential Equations and etc. He chaired one
National quality courses and got the Second Prize of National Teaching
Achievements both in 2005 and 2009. He is a Regular Associate Member
of the Abdus Salam International Centre of Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and
a Council Member of Chinese Mathematical Society and Chinese Society
of Probability and Statistics. He has won the Youth Teacher Foundation of
Fok Ying Tung Education Foundation and the Youth Award for Science and
Technology of Shandong province. He is also one of the Young Experts with
Outstanding Contributions in Shandong province and enrolled in the New
Century Excellent Teachers Program of Education Ministry of China.
Baoxue Zhang
is a Professor of Northeast Normal University, Changchun, China. He
got his bachelor's degree from Northeast Normal University in 1991,
Master of Science from Northeast Normal University in 1994, Doctor of
Science from Jilin University in 1999. He had worked at Beijing Institute
of Technology from 1999 to 2003. He has been working at Northeast
Normal University since 2003. He is a council executive member of Chinese Society of Probability and Statistics and serves for several other national
statistical organizations. He serves as editor board for Operations Research
and Fuzziology in 2012. He won the second class prize of Natural Science
Award of Ministry of Education of China in 2006. He is also enrolled in
the New Century Excellent Teachers Program of Education Ministry of
China. Professor Zhang’s research interests are longitudinal data analysis,
Functional data analysis, model selection and machine learning. He works
on dimension reduction and regression for functional data analysis, a finite
mixed model for longitudinal data, model selection under order restriction,
and information statistics.
Lixin Zhang
is a Professor and the Vice Chairman of Department of Mathematics at
Zhejiang University. He received his bachelor's degree in Pure Mathematics
from Tianjin University of Technology and Education in 1990, Doctor of
Science in Probability and Statistics from Fudan University in 1995. He
has been working at Zhejiang University since 1995. He is now a Vice
President of Zhejiang Association for Applied Statistics, a Council Member of
Chinese Association of Applied Statistics and a Council Member of Zhejiang
Mathematical Society. He has published more than 100 research papers in
journals such as Annals of Statistics, Annals of Probability, Annals of Applied
Probability, Stochastic Processes & Applications, Bernoulli etc.
enrolled the New Century Excellent Talents Program of Education Ministry
of China. Professor Lixin Zhang’s current research interests include limit
theorems, sample path properties of stochastic processes, adaptive designs
in clinical trials, dependent data modeling and time series analysis.
Zhongzhan Zhang
is a Professor of Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China. He got
his Master of Science Degree in 1986 from Yunnan University, and Ph.D.
from Kyushu University (Japan) in 1999 respectively. He has been worked at
Beijing University of Technology since 1986. He is a vice president of Chinese
Association for Applied Statistics, serves for several other national statistical
organizations. Professor Zhang’s research interests include
for semiparametric isotonic regression, variable selection in complicated
regression models, inferences for epidemiological studies and reliability
estimation tests. He is associate editors for Journal of Mathematical Statistics and
Management, Journal of Applied Probability and Statistics, and International
Journal of Biomathematics.
Weian Zheng
is a State endowed Professor of East China Normal University. He obtained
the title of Docteur d'Etat in 1984 at University of Strasbourg; he was a
visiting associate Professor in 1985 at University of Bielefeld; he was a
visiting researcher in 1986 and 1988 at University of Edinburgh. He became
full professor in 1986 at East China Normal University. He visited UCSD in
1989 and he worked at UC Irvine for 21 years, His current research interests
are applying probability and statistics into finance and logistics.
Zhongyi Zhu
Ph. D, Professor, Department of Statistics, Fudan University. He is a vice
president of China society of Probability and Statistics. His research interests
include Longitudinal Data Analysis, Nonparametric and Semiparametric
models and Credibility Theory. He has published more than 80 papers in
Journals including Annal of Statistics, Biometrika, JASA, JRSSB. He is an
associate editor of Statistica Sinica.

