Prof. Xing Lü
Department of Mathematics
Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Email: XLV@bjtu.edu.cn, email@example.com
2012 Ph.D., Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Computerized
Symbolic Computation and Soliton Theory
2005 B.Sc., Hebei Normal University, Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
Xing Lü and Fuhong Lin, Soliton
excitations and shape-changing collisions in alpha helical proteins with
interspine coupling at higher order, Communications in Nonlinear Science and
Numerical Simulation 32, 241-261, (2016).
Xing Lü, Madelung fluid description on
a generalized mixed nonlinear Schrödinger equation, Nonlinear Dynamics 81,
Xing Lü, Wenxiu Ma and Chaudry Masood
Khalique, A direct bilinear Bäcklund transformation of a (2+1)-dimensional Korteweg-de
Vries-like model, Applied Mathematics Letters 50, 37-42, (2015).
Xing Lü, Wenxiu Ma, Jun Yu, Fuhong Lin
and Chaudry Masood Khalique, Envelope bright- and dark-soliton solutions for
the Gerdjikov–Ivanov model, Nonlinear Dynamics 82, 1211-1220, (2015).
Xing Lü, Fuhong Lin and Fenghua Qi,
Analytical study on a two-dimensional Korteweg-de Vries model with bilinear
representation, Bäcklund transformation and soliton solutions, Applied
Mathematical Modelling 39, 3221-3226, (2015).
Xing Lü, Bright-soliton collisions
with shape change by intensity redistribution for the coupled Sasa–Satsuma
system in the optical fiber communications, Communications in Nonlinear Science
and Numerical Simulation 19, 3969-3987, (2014).
Xing Lüand Mingshu Peng, Nonautonomous
motion study on accelerated and decelerated solitons for the
variable-coefficient Lenells-Fokas model, Chaos 23，013122:1-7, (2013).
Xing Lü and Mingshu Peng, Systematic
construction of infinitely many conservation laws for certain nonlinear
evolution equations in mathematical physics, Communications in Nonlinear
Science and Numerical Simulation 18, 2304-2312, (2013).
Xing Lü, Soliton behavior for a
generalized mixed nonlinear Schrödinger model with N-fold Darboux
transformation, Chaos 23，033137:1-8, (2013).
Xing Lüand Bo Tian, Soliton solutions
via auxiliary function method for a
coherently-coupled model in the optical fiber communications, Nonlinear
Analysis：Real World Applications 14, 929-939, (2013).