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Ming Tang

EducationPh D(09 2007-06 2010) Theoretical Physics, East China Normal University, China Research Area: Complexity

Ph.D(09/2007-06/ 2010)    Theoretical Physics, East China Normal University, China     
Research Area: Complexity Science
Supervisor: Prof. Zonghua Liu

M.Sc(09/2004-06/ 2007)    Theoretical Physics, East China Normal University, China
Research Area: Complexity Science
Supervisor: Prof. Zonghua Liu

B.Sc (9/2000-6/ 2004)      Physics, Suzhou University of Science and Technology,     China

Job Experience
Assoc. Prof.(08/2013-)    Web Sciences Center, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Lecturer(08/2010-07/2013)    Web Sciences Center, University of Electronic Science and  Technology of China, China Collaborator: Prof. Tao Zhou
Res. Asst.(01/2009-08/2009)  Physics, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Supervisor: Prof. Baowen Li
Res. Asst.(07/2012-02/2013)   Physics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Supervisor: Prof. Pakming Hui
Research Interests
1.     Transportation dynamics on complex networks: Particle condensation, Spreading, Routing policy in complex networks, Co-evolution networks
2.     Social network analysis, Analysis of time series, Analysis of multilevel complex networks
Grants Supported by
1.     National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant Nos. 11105025: “Epidemic spreading on two-layer coupling networks”.
2.     Specialized Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education under Grant No. 20110185120021: “Transportation dynamics on two-layer coupling networks”.
3.     China Postdoctoral Science Special Foundation under Grant No. 2012T50711: “Investigation on global epidemic spreading based on multi-layer coupling networks”.
Academic Achievements
Since 2006, I have reported our research results with over 50 professional papers published on international peer reviewed journals, including 4 pieces of Sci. Rep., 9 pieces of Phys. Rev. E, 9 pieces of CHAOS, 1 piece of New J Phys, 3 pieces of PLoS ONE, and 2 pieces of Europhys. Lett., etc. These papers have been cited over 550 times from the Google Scholar (H-index=13).

Publication List
Note that “*” denotes corresponding author.
[1] Panpan Shu, Wei Wang, Ming Tang*, and Younghae Do, Numerical identification of epidemic thresholds for susceptible-infected-recovered model on finite-size networks, Chaos 25, 063104 (2015).
[2] Ying Liu, Ming Tang*, Tao Zhou, and Younghae Do, Core-like groups result in invalidation of identifying super-spreader by k-shell decomposition, Sci. Rep. 5, 9602 (2015).
[3] Xiang-Yu Zhao, Bin Huang, Ming Tang*, Hai-Feng Zhang, Duan-Bing Chen, Identifying effective multiple spreaders by coloring complex networks, Europhys. Lett. 108, 68005 (2014).
[4] Wang Wang, Ming Tang*, Hai-Feng Zhang, Hui Gao, Younghae Do, and Zong-Hhua Liu, Epidemic spreading on complex networks with general degree and weight distributions, Phys. Re. E 90, 042803 (2014).
[5] Wei Wang, Ming Tang*, Hui Yang, Younghae Do, Ying-Cheng Lai, and GyuWon Lee, Asymmetrically interacting spreading dynamics on complex layered networks, Sci. Rep. 4, 5097 (2014).
[6] Pengbi Cui, Ming Tang, and Zhi-Xi Wu, Message spreading in networks with stickiness and persistence: Large clustering does not always facilitate large-scale diffusion, Sci. Rep. 4, 6303 (2014).
[7] Hai-Feng Zhang, Zhi-Xi Wu, Ming Tang, and Ying-Cheng Lai, Effects of behavioral response and vaccination policy on epidemic spreading-an approach based on evolutionary-game dynamics, Sci. Rep. 4, 5666 (2014).
[8] Ai-Xiang Cui, Wei Wang, Ming Tang*, Yan Fu, Xiaoming Liang, and Younghae Do, Efficient allocation of heterogeneous response times in information spreading process, Chaos 24, 033113 (2014).
[9] Hai-Feng Zhang, Jia-Rong Xie, Ming Tang, and Ying-Cheng Lai, Suppression of epidemic spreading in complex networks by local information based behavioral responses, Chaos 24, 043106 (2014).
[10] Hanxin Yang* and Ming Tang*, Adaptive routing strategy on networks of mobile nodes, Physica A 402, 1–7 (2014).
[11] Hongkun Liu, Hui Yang*, Ming Tang*, and Tao Zhou, Local transient-based quarantine strategy in adaptive networks, SCIENCE CHINA Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy 44, 32–41 (2014).
[12] Yuxiao Zhu, Xiaoguang Zhang, Guiquan Sun, Ming Tang, Tao Zhou, and Zike Zhang, Influence of Reciprocal links in Social Networks, PLoS ONE 9(7), e103007 (2014).
[13] Kai Gong, Ming Tang*, Pakming Hui*, Haifeng Zhang, Younghae Do, and Yingcheng Lai, An efficient immunization strategy for community networks, PloS one 8(12), e83489 (2013).
[14] Xiaoming Liang*, Ming Tang, and Huaping Lü, Signal transmission in a Y-shaped one-way chain, Chaos 23(4), 043113 (2013).
[15] Ruiqi Li, Ming Tang*, and Pakming Hui, Epidemic spreading on multi-relational networks, Acta Phys. Sin. 62(16), 168903 (2013).
[16]Bin Huang, XiangYu Zhao, Kai Qi, Ming Tang*, and Youngha Do, Coloring complex networks and its application for immunization strategy, Acta Phys. Sin. 62(21), 218902 (2013).
[17] Hui Yang, Ming Tang*, and Pakming Hui, Epidemics dynamics on adaptive networks—a short review, Complex system and complexity science 9(4), 63-83 (2013).
[18] Yu Gan, Ming Tang*, and Han-Xin Yang, Optimal forwarding ratio on dynamical networks with heterogeneous mobility, Eur. Phys. J. B 86, 209 (2013).
[19] Zhongyuan Ruan, Ming Tang, and Zonghua Liu, How the contagion at links influences epidemic spreading, Eur. Phys. J. B 86, 149 (2013).
[20] Panpan Shu, Ming Tang*, Kai Gong, and Ying Liu, Effects of Weak Ties on Epidemic Predictability in Community Networks, Chaos 22, 043124 (2012).
[21] Hui Yang, Ming Tang*, and Hai-Feng Zhang, Efficient community-based control strategies in adaptive networks, New J Phys 14, 123017 (2012).
[22] Ai-Xiang Cui, Zi-ke Zhang, Ming Tang*, Yan Fu, and Pakming Hui, Emergence of scale-free close-knit friendship structure in online social networks, PLoS ONE 7(12), e50702 (2012).
[23] Zhongyuan Ruan, Ming Tang, and Zonghua Liu, Epidemic spreading with information-driven vaccination, Phys. Rev. E 86 , 036117 (2012).
[24] Kai Qi, Ming Tang*, Ai-Xiang Cui, and Yan Fu, Slow Dynamics of Zero-Range Process in the Framework of Traps Model, Chin. Phys. Lett. 29(5), 050505 (2012).
[25] Zhi-Dan Zhao, Ying Liu, and Ming Tang*, Epidemic Variability in Hierarchical Geographical Networks with Human Activity Patterns, Chaos 22, 023150 (2012).
[26] Kai Gong, Ming Tang*, Ming Sheng Shang, and Tao Zhou, Empirical study on Spatio-temporal evolution of online public opinion, Acta Phys. Sin. 61(9), 098901 (2012).
[27] Kai Gong, Ming Tang*, Hui Yang, and Mingsheng Shang, Variability of contact process in complex networks, Chaos 21, 043130 (2011).
[28] Ming Tang and Tao Zhou, Efficient routing strategies in scale-free networks with limited bandwidth, Phys. Rev. E 84, 026116 (2011).
[29] Ming Tang, Aixiang Cui, and Kai Gong, On Spreading Dynamicson Coupled Networks, Complex system and complexity science 8(2), 87-91 (2011).
[30] Hongkui Liu and Ming Tang, A Review on Global Epidemics Spreading, Complex system and complexity science 8(3), 86-94 (2011).
[31] Ming Tang, Zonghua Liu, and Baowen Li, Influence of zero range process interaction on diffusion, Chaos 20, 043135 (2010).
[32] Ming Tang, Li Liu, and Zonghua Liu, Influence of dynamical condensation on epidemic spreading in scale-free networks, Phys. Rev. E 79, 016108(2009).
[33] Ming Tang, Zonghua Liu, Xiaoming Liang, and P. M. Hui, Self-adjusting routing schemes for time-varying traffic in scale-free networks, Phys. Rev. E 80, 026114 (2009).
[34] Ming Tang, Zonghua Liu, and Baowen Li, Epidemic spreading by objective traveling, Europhys. Lett. 87, 18005 (2009).
[35] Xiaoming Liang, Ming Tang, Mukeshwar Dhamala, and Zonghua Liu, Phase synchronization of inhibitory bursting neurons induced by distributed time delays in chemical coupling, Phys. Rev. E 80, 066202 (2009).
[36] Lijuan Ma, Ming Tang*, and Xiaoming Liang, Zero range process condensation based on preferential aggregate mechanism in scale free networks, Acta Phys. Sin. (In Chinese) 58, 0083 (2009).
[37] Zonghua Liu, Ming Tang, and P. M. Hui, Adaptive routing approaches of controlling traffic congestion, Complex 2009, Part II, LNICST 5, pp. 1472 (2009).
[38] Ming Tang, Zonghua Liu, Xiaoyan Zhu, and Xiaoyan Wu, Condensation on weighted networks with symmetric weights, International Journal of Modern Physics C 19, 927 (2008).
[39] Ming Tang and Zonghua Liu, Detrended fluctuation analysis of particle condensation on complex networks, Physica A 387, 1361 (2008).
[40] Ming Tang and Zonghua Liu, Relaxation dynamics in condensation on weighted scale-free Networks, Communications in Theoretical Physics 49, 252 (2008).
[41] Huan Zhang, Zonghua Liu, Ming Tang, and P. M. Hui, An adaptive routing strategy for packet delivery in complex networks, Phys. Lett. A 364, 177 (2007).
[42] Xiaoyan Zhu, Zonghua Liu, and Ming Tang, Detrended fluctuation analysis of traffic data, Chin. Phys. Lett. 24, 7 (2007).
[43] Ming Tang, Zonghua Liu, and Jie Zhou, Condensation in a zero range process on weighted scale-free networks, Phys. Rev. E 74, 036101 (2006).