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  HU Taizhong
     
Department: Department of Statistics and Finance
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Department of Statistics and Finance, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui 230026, P.R. China
Postal Code:
230026
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+86-551-63600563
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Hu Taizhong, professor and doctoral supervisor, DSc (1994) in Mathematics from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), specializes in probability theory and mathematical statistics. Prof. Hu has been dedicating himself for many years to the research of the multi-dimensional model and theory of stochastic comparison as well as their application in actuarial risk, finance, operations research, reliability theory and other fields of study. Prof. Hu has presided over three projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, one project supported by the Key Basic Research Foundation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences during the “9th Five-Year Plan”, and other three research projects at the ministerial or provincial level. As a major participant, Prof. Hu has accomplished two subprojects of the National Basic Research Program of China (also known as the “973” Program) sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China. He is now presiding over one research project of National Natural Science Foundation of China and participating as a leading member in the subproject of the “973” Program titled “Quantitative Analysis and Computation in Financial Risk Control”. He has had a total of over 80 papers published in key journals both at home and abroad, whose SCI-indexed papers have been cited for more than 250 times. Part of the work has been recognized by his foreign counterparts, and some 36 papers have been recorded in overseas monographs in recent years including Stochastic Orders (Springer, 2007), Life Distributions (Springer, 2007), Stochastic Ageing and Dependence for Reliability (Springer, 2006), Comparison Methods for Stochastic Models and Risks (John Wiley & Sons , 2002), and Correlation and Dependence (Imperial College, 2001)
 
     
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