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Research Fellow |   Lee, Jyh-Hao


Contact Information
  • Email : leejh$\color{red}{@}$
  • Phone:+886 2 2368-5999 ext. 735
  • Fax:    +886 2 2368-9771

  • Ph.D. Yale University (1978/9-1983/5 )
  • B.S. National Taiwan University (1972/9-1976/6)
  Research Interests
  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Inverse Scattering

Work Experience
  • 兼任教授 台灣大學/數學系 1996/9 - 2009/7
  • (兼)副所長 中央研究院/數學研究所 1996/8 - 2000/7
  • 研究員 Institute of Mathematics, Academia Sinica, R.O.C. 1995/09
  • 兼任副教授 台灣大學/數學系 1988/9 - 1996/7
  • part-time associate professor Inst. of Applied Math, Tsing-Hua Univ., Hsinchu 1983/8-1985/6 and 1986/8-1987/6
  • 副研究員 中央研究院/數學研究所 1983/8 - 1995/8

Research Descriptions

 Mr. Jyh-hao LEE obtained his Ph.D at Yale in 1983, then worked as associte research fellow since then. He was promoted as research fellow in 1995.Dr. Lee ever taught at the Institute of Applied Mathematics, National Tsing-Hua University. He taught  at the Department of Mathematics, National Taiwan University from  Fall 1988 to 2009  summer .   

  Dr. Lee's major research interests are the inverse scattering transform and the associated evolution equations and wavelet analysis. He is also interested in the differential equations and classical analysis.

Dr. Lee's research interest lies on P.D.E, integrable systems and soliton equations. He has worked on the analysis part for the AKNS-ZS system with quadratic, polynomial spectral parameters based on the set-up of Beals-Coifman.This involves the Riemann-Hilbert problem. He has been aware of  many  aspects related to Riemann-Hilbert problem. In the past decade, he has considered several integrable systems with "quantum potentials" (jointly with Oktay Pashaev).

A novel integrable version of the Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation (NLS) equation namely , $$i \frac{\partial \psi}{\partial t} + \frac{\partial^2 \psi}{\partial x^2} + {\Lambda \over 4} |\psi|^2 \psi = s \frac{1}{|\psi|}\frac{\partial^2 |\psi|}{\partial x^2} \psi,  $$
has been termed the resonant nonlinear Schrödinger equation (RNLS)(also called Nonlinear Schrödinger equation with quantum potential ). It can be regarded as a third version of the NLS, intermediate between the defocusing and focusing cases. The critical value $s = 1$ separates two distinct regions of behaviour. Thus, for $s < 1$ the model is reducible to the conventional NLS, (focusing for $\Lambda > 0$ and defocusing for $\Lambda < 0$). However, for $s > 1$ it is not reducible to the usual NLS, but rather to a reaction-diffusion system, which can also be transform into Broer-Kaup system.


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