Guoqing Tang

TitleProfessor

DepartmentMathematics

Phone336-285-2089

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Emailtang@ncat.edu

OfficeMarteena Hall
Room: 102B

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Guoqing Tang

Education

Ph D: Mathematics, Mathematical System, Control & Optimization, Rutgers University, 1992

MS: Operations Research, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, 1984

BS: Applied Mathematics, Anhui University, 1982


Research Interests

Nonlinear dynamical control systems, differential geometric optimal control, signal processing, mathematical and computational geophysics (seismology and meteorology), scientific computing, and mathematical education


Recent Publications

Lin, Yuh Lang  Liu, Liping  Tang, Guoqing  Spinks, James  Jones, Wilson  (2013).  Origin of pre-Debby (2006) African easterly wave and mesoscale convective system.  (120,  pp. 123-144).  Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics.

Lin, Yuh Lang  Liu, Liping  Tang, Guoqing  Spinks, James  Jones, Wilson  (2013).  Origin of the pre-tropical storm Debby (2006) African easterly wave-mesoscale convective system.  (3-4,  120,  pp. 123รข€“144).  Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics.

Lin, Yuh Lang  Liu, Liping  Tang, Guoqing  Spinks, James  Jones, Wilson  (2009).  Origin of the pre-tropical storm Debby (2006) African easterly wave-mesoscale convective system.   Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics.

Tang, Guoqing  Lin, Yuh Lang  Spinks, James  Jones, Wilson  (2008).  Formation of AEWs and MCSs over Eastern Africa and its Implication to Tropical Cyclogenesis over Eastern Atlantic Ocean.  (53,  ).  Bulletin of the American Physical Society.

Spinks, James  Jones, Wilson  Lin, Yuh Lang  Tang, Guoqing  (2008).  Orographic Effects on the Evolution of African Easterly Wave-Mesoscale Convective Systems Across Africa.  (53,  ).  Bulletin of the American Physical Society.

Kelkar, Ajit  Mohan, Ram  Tang, Guoqing  Radhakrishnan, N  Murray, Kenneth  (2005).  Innovative graduate program in computational science and engineering.  (10,  pp. 1).  age.

Tang, Guoqing  Jackson, Caesar  Evolution and Impact of Interdisciplinary STEM Undergraduate Research Programs at North Carolina A&T State University.  In Jeton McClinton, Mark A. Melton, Caesar R. Jackson and Kimarie Engerman,  Infusing Research into Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Undergraduate Curricula