Daoxing Xia (Chinese: 夏道行, Pinyin: Xià Dàoxíng) is a renowned Chinese American mathematician. He's now a professor at the Department of Mathematics, Vanderbilt University, USA. He became the academician of Chinese Academy of Science in 1980.
Born October 20, 1930 in Taizhou, Jiangsu, he did his undergraduate study at the department of Mathematics, Shandong University and obtained his postgraduate degree from the Department of Mathematics of Zhejiang University in 1952. His advisor was Chen Jiangong who was the dean of Zhejiang University's math department.
1952, he went to Fudan University in Shanghai, became an assistant. 1954, he became a lecturer, and 1956, gained an associate professor position. In September 1957, he was sent to the Moscow State University in USSR and did one year of research there. 1978, he obtained his professorship in Fudan and rose to the vice director of the Fudan University Mathematics Research Institute. 1980, he was elected to the member of Chinese Academy of Science, and also became a shared-professor for Chinese Academy of Science Mathematical Physics Research Institute and Shandong University Department of Mathematics. He was a visiting professor of many universities and gave lectures.
In early 1980s, he went to USA, 1984, became a professor in the Department of Mathematics, Vanderbilt University.
Books by him
- Spectral Theory of Hyponormal Operators, by Daoxing Xia, Springer Verlag (January 1984)
- Spectral Theory of Linear Operators, (with S. Yan), Press Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing (1987).
- The Second of Functional Analysis, (with S. Yan, W. Su and Y. Tong), Press Higher Education, Beijing (1986).
- An Invitation to the Theory of Linear Topological Spaces, (with Y.L. Yang), Science & Technology Press Shanghai (1986).
- Theory of a Real Variable and Functional Analysis, (with S. Yan. Z. Wu and W. Su), Press Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, (1980).
- Measures and Integration on Infinite-dimensional spaces, Science & Technology Press Shanghai (1965), Acad. Press, New York, London (1972).
- Theory of Functions of a Real Variable and Essentials of Functional Analysis, (with S. Yan and Z. Wu), Science & Technology Press Shanghai (1956).
- ^ Xia's homepage at Vanderbilt University
- ^ Homepage of Taizhou Culture Introduction of Taizhou Scholars - Xia Daoxing
- ^ Xia's CV in the ChinaVitae
- ^ Daoxing Xia: Books by Daoxing Xia
- ^ Daoxing Xia
- Dauxing Xia at the Mathematics Genealogy Project.
- Daoxing Xia's homepage at the Department of Mathematics, Vanderbilt University, including photo (English)
- Daoxing Xia's publications (English)
- Xia's profile in the website of Chinese Academy of Science (Branch of Shanghai) (Chinese)
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