Professor

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

State University of New York at Albany

Albany, NY 12222, USA

Telephone: 1-518-442-4631

Email: kzhu@math.albany.edu

Curriculum vitae

- Operators on holomorphic function spaces: Toeplitz operators, Hankel operators, and composition operators on various spaces of holomorphic functions in various complex domains, including Bergman and Hardy spaces of the unit ball and the unit polydisk.
- Complex analysis: characterizations and duality problems for various spaces of holomorphic functions, including Bergman spaces, Besov spaces, the Bloch space, Lipschitz spaces, and BMOA; function theory of Bergman spaces in the unit disk and Fock spaces on the complex plane.
- Operator theory and operator algebras: operators in Cowen-Douglas classes, operator theory related to the Bergman shift, invariant and reducing subspaces, and C*-algebras of operators.

- Undergraduate courses taught: calculus, linear algebra, ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, general topology, algebraic topology, differential geometry, probability, and statistics.
- Graduate courses taught: real analysis, complex analysis, functional analysis, operator theory, operator algebras.
- Compueter classes taught: C++ programming, Java programming, Oracle database management.

- Excellence in Research Award, SUNY-Albany, 2007.
- Multiple inclusions in "Who is who in America" and "Who is who in the World".
- Numerous Research Awards from the US National Science Foundation since 1987.
- Several Research Awards (Joint with Professor Hasi Wulan of Shantou University) from the Chinese Natural Science Foundation, 2007-2017.
- An International Collaboration Award (Joint with Professor Zengjian Lou of Shantou University) from Guangdong Province, China, 2014-2017.
- Numerous Travel Grants from UUP and the College of Arts and Science, SUNY-Albany.
- Presidential Graduate Fellowship, SUNY-Buffalo, 1984-1986.
- First Prize in the Provincial College Mathematics Competition, Hunan Province, China, 1980.