Welcome to my website

 

A/P Dong Fengming

Mathematics and Mathematics Education

National Institute of Education

NanyangHYPERLINK "http://www.ntu.edu.sg/publicportal/" Technological University

1 Nanyang Walk

Singapore 637616

 

fengming.dong@nie.edu.sg

 

 

·        CourHYPERLINK "Courses/Courses.htm"se Information (for my students)

·        Math on the web

·        Some useful  Links

·        Whole list of publications (books and papers)

·        Publications reviewed by AMS

·        Citations in Google Scholar

·        The shameful conjecture and my proof

·        Conferences, workshops and talks

 

 

Recent academic activities

 

·        Invited to write a chapter, Foundations of the Chromatic Polynomial,  for the CRC Handbook on the Tutte Polynomial and Related Topics.

 

·        Invited by J. Graph Theory  to write a survey article on roots of flow polynomials.

 

·        Invited to give a talk at “The 2015 International Conference on Graph Theory at Fuzhou University”, April 18-20, 2015.

 

·        Invited as a principal speaker to talk at “Workshop on New Directions for the Tutte Polynomial: Extensions, Interrelations, and Applications” at Royal Holloway University of London, 11th-14th July 2015.

 

·        Invited to give two open talks at Xiamen University in June 2015, one for undergraduate students and one for postgraduate students.

 

·        Two visitors,  Prof. Jin Xianan and Prof. Zhang Lianzhu from Xiamen University, China,  in March 2015.  Their visit was supported by our research project. Another four visitors will come during Aug. to Dec.

 

 

 

天道酬勤

Constant effort yields sure success

 

“Perhaps I could best describe my experience of doing mathematics in terms of entering a dark mansion. You go into the first room and it is dark, completely dark. You stumble around, bumping into the furniture. Gradually, you learn where each piece of furniture is. And finally, after six months or so, you find the light switch and turn it on. Suddenly, it is all illuminated and you see exactly where you were. Then you enter the next dark room …”.

Andrew Wiles