My research interests are in applied mathematics, more specifically, in differential/difference equations and their applications that include
- Boundary value problems
- Fractional differential equations
- Mathematical modeling
- Optimal control
- Stochastic differential equations
- A Variational Framework for a Second Order Discrete Boundary Value Problem with Mixed Periodic Boundary Conditions, Results Math, 76, 98 (2021). (with J. R. Graef and L. Kong)
- A fractional differential equation model for bike share systems, Journal of Nonlinear Functional Analysis, Vol. 2019 (2019), Article ID 23, pp. 1-14. (with J. R. Graef, S. Ho, and L. Kong)
- CVA for Cliquet options under Heston model, The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 48 (2019), 272--282. (with Y. Feng and Y. Zhang)
- A stochastic model of nosocomial epidemics in hospital intensive care units, Electronic Journal of Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations 2017, No. 6, 1--12. (with C. Browne and G. F. Webb)
- On a fractional boundary value problem with a perturbation term, Journal of Applied Analysis and Computation 7 (2017), 57--66. (with J. R. Graef, L. Kong, and Q. Kong)
By Mar., 2020, I have published 50 research papers. Here is a complete list of my publications on Google Scholar.
- KSU First-Year Scholars Program: Data-Driven Neural Equation Modeling for Public Transportation, Office of Undergraduate Research, Kennesaw State University, $4,000, 2020 -- 2021.
- KSU CSM Mentor Protégé Award: Data-Driven Neural Equation Modeling for Public Transportation, College of Science and Mathematics (CSM), Kennesaw State University, $1,029, 2020 -- 2021.
- KSU CSM Mentor Protégé Award: Data-Driven Models for Highway Traffic Anomalies Detection, Long Wang and Min Wang (PI), College of Science and Mathematics (CSM), Kennesaw State University, $2,680, 2019 -- 2020.
- ATD: New Approaches for Analyzing Spatiotemporal Data for Anomalies. Shen Shyang Ho and Min Wang (Co-PI), NSF (Award No. 1830489), $124,998, August 15, 2018 -- July 31, 2021.
- REU Site: Differential/Difference Equation Models and Number Theory. John R. Graef, Lingju Kong, Andrew Ledoan, and Min Wang (Senior Personnel), NSF (Award No. 1261308), $290,000, May 1, 2013 -- April 30, 2017.