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Mathematics
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36
Citations
4,425
96
World Ranking
1817
National Ranking
109

- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum mechanics
- Geometry

His primary areas of investigation include Mathematical analysis, Mathematical physics, Nonlinear system, Pure mathematics and Schouten tensor. His Mathematical analysis study frequently links to related topics such as Symmetry. His study on Chern–Simons theory and Toda lattice is often connected to Vortex and Delta as part of broader study in Mathematical physics.

His Nonlinear system study combines topics in areas such as Yamabe flow and Essential singularity. His research integrates issues of Type inequality, Surface and Upper and lower bounds in his study of Pure mathematics. In his research on the topic of Schouten tensor, Canonical bundle and Normal bundle is strongly related with Scalar curvature.

- Blow-up in a chemotaxis model without symmetry assumptions (287 citations)
- Transverse Kähler geometry of Sasaki manifolds and toric Sasaki-Einstein manifolds (216 citations)
- Existence results for mean field equations (138 citations)

Guofang Wang mainly investigates Mathematical analysis, Pure mathematics, Mathematical physics, Scalar curvature and Curvature. Guofang Wang interconnects Boundary, Type and Nonlinear system in the investigation of issues within Mathematical analysis. His research investigates the connection between Pure mathematics and topics such as Dimension that intersect with problems in Upper and lower bounds.

His work on Toda lattice is typically connected to Vortex as part of general Mathematical physics study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Scalar curvature research incorporates elements of Mean curvature, Invariant, Combinatorics and Manifold. His Curvature research includes elements of Gauss–Bonnet theorem and Isoperimetric inequality.

- Mathematical analysis (63.16%)
- Pure mathematics (26.32%)
- Mathematical physics (23.31%)

- Mathematical analysis (63.16%)
- Pure mathematics (26.32%)
- Type (8.27%)

His primary scientific interests are in Mathematical analysis, Pure mathematics, Type, Curvature and Hyperbolic space. Guofang Wang studies Mathematical analysis, focusing on Hypersurface in particular. In the subject of general Pure mathematics, his work in Harmonic map and Riemannian manifold is often linked to Maximum principle, thereby combining diverse domains of study.

His work focuses on many connections between Curvature and other disciplines, such as Gauss–Bonnet theorem, that overlap with his field of interest in Order. Guofang Wang usually deals with Hyperbolic space and limits it to topics linked to Hyperbolic manifold and Stable manifold. The Ricci curvature study which covers Mathematical physics that intersects with Rigidity.

- Hyperbolic Alexandrov-Fenchel quermassintegral inequalities II (52 citations)
- Isoperimetric type problems and Alexandrov–Fenchel type inequalities in the hyperbolic space (38 citations)
- The GBC mass for asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds (34 citations)

- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum mechanics
- Geometry

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematical analysis, Pure mathematics, Hyperbolic space, Regular polygon and Combinatorics. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Invariant and Mathematical analysis. His Pure mathematics research incorporates themes from Type inequality, Type, Curvature and Minkowski space.

His Hyperbolic space research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mean curvature and Omega. His Mean curvature study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Geometric inequality, Scalar curvature and Sigma. His studies deal with areas such as Space and Rearrangement inequality, Inequality, Log sum inequality as well as Regular polygon.

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Blow-up in a chemotaxis model without symmetry assumptions

Dirk Horstmann;Guofang Wang.

European Journal of Applied Mathematics **(2001)**

371 Citations

Transverse Kähler geometry of Sasaki manifolds and toric Sasaki-Einstein manifolds

Akito Futaki;Hajime Ono;Guofang Wang.

Journal of Differential Geometry **(2009)**

229 Citations

Existence results for mean field equations

Weiyue Ding;Jürgen Jost;Jiayu Li;Guofang Wang.

Annales De L Institut Henri Poincare-analyse Non Lineaire **(1999)**

205 Citations

The differential equation on a compact Riemann surface

Weiyue Ding;Jürgen Jost;Jiayu Li;Guofang Wang.

**(1997)**

192 Citations

A fully nonlinear conformal flow on locally conformally flat manifolds

Pengfei Guan;Guofang Wang.

Crelle's Journal **(2003)**

178 Citations

The differential equation $\Delta u = {8 \pi - 8 \pi he}^u$ on a compact Riemann surface

Weiyue Ding;Jurgen Jost;Jiayu Li;Guofang Wang.

Asian Journal of Mathematics **(1997)**

163 Citations

Analytic aspects of the Toda system: II. Bubbling behavior and existence of solutions

Jürgen Jost;Changshou Lin;Guofang Wang.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics **(2006)**

157 Citations

Local estimates for a class of fully nonlinear equations arising from conformal geometry

Pengfei Guan;Guofang Wang.

International Mathematics Research Notices **(2003)**

143 Citations

Dirac-harmonic maps

Qun Chen;Qun Chen;Jürgen Jost;Jiayu Li;Guofang Wang.

Mathematische Zeitschrift **(2006)**

125 Citations

Analytic aspects of the Toda system : I. A Moser-Trudinger inequality

Jürgen Jost;Guofang Wang.

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics **(2001)**

117 Citations

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