Haiyan Wang earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics at Northwest Normal University (China) and his master’s in applied mathematics at Ocean University of China. In 1997, he completed his doctorate in mathematics at Michigan State University.
Wang’s research interests include applied mathematics and differential equations. Wang has had numerous articles published in scholarly journals including Journal of Differential Equations, Information Sciences. His research papers have been frequently cited by other researchers. He also has presented his work at conferences across the United States and in international settings.
Wang takes an active role in providing research opportunities to undergraduate students at the West campus. Students engaged in research under his direction have received awards during the annual Undergraduate Student Research and Creative Projects Expo sponsored by New College.
Among the classes taught by Wang are Advanced Calculus, Applied Partial Differential Equations, Modern Ordinary Differential Equations, Linear Algebra and Abstract Algebra.