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Before he mainly worked on pure mathematics , specially on topological groups , Lie groups and generalized function theory. From he began studying applied mathematics and computational mathematics.
He made a series of discoveries in computational mathematics. In the later s and early s, based on the computations of dam constructions, Feng proposed a systematic numerical technique for solving partial differential equations.
This method was also independently invented in the West, and is more widely known as the finite element method. It is now considered that the invention of the finite element method is a milestone of computational mathematics.
In the s Feng developed embedding theories in discontinuous finite element space, and generalized classical theory on elliptic partial differential equations to various dimensional combinations, which provided a mathematical foundation for elastic composite structures.
Since he had given lectures and seminars on finite elements and natural boundary elements in more than ten universities and institutes in France, Italy, Japan and United States.
From Feng changed his research field from elliptic PDEs to dynamical systems such as Hamiltonian systems and wave equations. He proposed symplectic algorithms for Hamiltonian systems.
Such algorithms preserve the symplectic geometric structure of Hamiltonian systems. All photos 2. Ratings and reviews 3. Location and contact Manfred-von-Richthofen-Str.
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All languages. English 3. German In he was elected as an associate professor at the Institute of Computer Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, where he began his work on computational mathematics and became the founder and leader of computational mathematics and scientific computing in China.
In he was appointed as the founding Director of the Computing Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences until when he became the Honorary Director.
He passed away on August 17, , at the age of In he was elected as a Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
He was one of the vice editors of Chinese Encyclopedia Mathematics Section. Professor Feng's scientific contributions are outstanding and range over many fields.
Before he mainly worked on pure mathematics, specially on topological groups, Lie groups and generalized function theory.
From he changed to applied mathematics and computational mathematics. Because of his sound and broad knowledge in mathematics and physics, he did a series of historical and pioneer research on computational mathematics.
In the later 50s and early 60s of the last century, based on the computations of dam constructions, Professor Feng proposed a systematic numerical method for solving partial differential equations.
The finite element method has been widely used in scientific and engineering and the invention of the finite element method is regarded as a milestone of the development of modern computational mathematics.