Anzhong Wang

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Anzhong Wang
Residence United States
Alma mater University of Ioannina
Northeast Normal University
Shandong Normal University at Liaocheng
Known for Wang-Wu Function and Generalized Vaidya Solution
Scientific career
Fields Physics
Institutions Baylor University

Anzhong Wang is a theoretical physicist, specialized in gravitation, cosmology and astroparticle physics. He is on the Physics faculty of Baylor University.[1] Currently he is working on cosmology in string/M theory and the Hořava-Lifshitz gravity.

Wang is married to Yumei Wu, a mathematical physicist also at Baylor and they live in Waco, Texas, USA.

Research[edit]

Wang's research recently has principally focused on aspects of gravitation, cosmology and astrophysics, using tools from general relativity, superstring theory and M-Theory. His recent work includes investigations of late cosmic acceleration of the universe, cosmology in string/M Theory, thermodynamics of black holes and their formation from gravitational collapse, the Horava-Lifshitz quantum gravity and its applications to cosmology and astrophysics.

Publications[edit]

Wang has written over 100 research articles in scholarly journals on topics in gravitational theory, cosmology, string theory and high-energy astrophysics.

Some recent publications are

Honors[edit]

Wang received the Outstanding Researcher Award in May 2009 from Baylor University[2] and is a member of the editorial board of Universe.[3]

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