A preprint submitted by Chinese-American mathematician Thomas Yizhao Hou and his former graduate student and Chinese mathematician Jiajie Chen proved that a particular version of the Euler equations does indeed sometimes fail.
Since Yitang (Tom) Zhang published his newest paper on the Landau-Siegel zeros conjecture, the legendary Chinese mathematician has once again entered the spotlight. A recent report from a Chinese media outlet showcased his life and academic details.
Terence Tao, an Australian mathematician and winner of the Fields Medal, has read the recent paper by Yitang Zhang on proving the Landau-Siegel zeros conjecture. Tao commented that there are some printing errors and technical problems that have been forwarded to Zhang for clarification.
Mathematician Yitang (Tom) Zhang posted a long article on November 10. He shared his own research experience, life and current state of mind and feelings.
Yitang (Tom) Zhang, a Chinese-American mathematician who recently revealed that he had solved the Landau-Siegel zeros conjecture, delivered an online speech at Peking University on November 8 to answer external questions on his newly published 111-page paper.
After announcing he had achieved the solution to the Landau-Siegel zeros conjecture in mid-October, Yitang (Tom) Zhang, a Chinese-American mathematician and professor of mathematics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, released a related paper on November 5.
Yitang (Tom) Zhang, a Chinese-American mathematician, recently disclosed that he has proven the longstanding Landau-Siegel zeros conjecture. Behind an aura of many achievements is Zhang's lifetime of focusing on mathematics like a hermit.