Philippe G. Ciarlet 教授

PhD (Case Institute of Technology, Cleveland)
PhD (University of Paris)

香港城市大学香港高等研究院资深院士

香港城市大学杰出教授

法国科学院院士

欧洲学院院士

中国科学院外籍院士

Professor Philippe G. Ciarlet

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Professor Ciarlet is well-known for his work in the mathematical analysis of the finite element method, the mathematical theory of elasticity, plates, and shells, and applications of differential geometry.

Professor Ciarlet is an Officer in the National Order of the Legion of Honor of France. He is a Member of the French Academy of Sciences, of the French Academy of Technologies, of the Academia Europaea, of the European Academy of Sciences, of the Romanian Academy, of the World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), of the National Academy of Sciences of India, a Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, a Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Science, a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society, and a Member of the Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong.

Professor Ciarlet's research interests include numerical analysis, finite element methods, partial differential equations, applied differential geometry, mathematical modeling in three-dimensional elasticity, plate and shell theories, and intrinsic elasticity. In addition to having published more than 200 research papers, he has written 16 books, including well-known texts such as The Finite Element Method for Elliptic Problems, Introduction to Numerical Linear Algebra and Optimization, Mathematical Elasticity (three Volumes), and Linear and Nonlinear Functional Analysis with Applications.

Professor Ciarlet has been awarded the Poncelet Prize from the French Academy of Sciences, the Grand Prize Jaffé from the French Academy of Sciences, the Gold Medal from the University of Santiago de Compostela, the Alexander von Humboldt Research Award, and the Shanghai Prize of International Cooperation in Science and Technology. He is "Doctor Honoris Causa" or "Honorary Professor" in eight universities.