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Preface to the special issue on control of infinite dimensional systems
Marius Tucsnak
2019, 9(4): ⅰ-ⅱ doi: 10.3934/mcrf.2019042 +[Abstract](1468) +[HTML](179) +[PDF](148.77KB)
Preface: A tribute to professor Jiongmin Yong on his 60th birthday
Hongwei Lou, Qi Lü, Gengsheng Wang and Xu Zhang
2018, 8(3&4): ⅰ-ⅰ doi: 10.3934/mcrf.201803i +[Abstract](3646) +[HTML](444) +[PDF](77.17KB)
Preface: A tribute to professor Eduardo Casas on his 60th birthday
Luis Alberto Fernández, Mariano Mateos, Cecilia Pola, Fredi Tröltzsch and Enrique Zuazua
2018, 8(1): i-ii doi: 10.3934/mcrf.201801i +[Abstract](5226) +[HTML](435) +[PDF](93.68KB)
A biographical note and tribute to xunjing li on his 80th birthday
Jin Ma, Shige Peng, Jiongmin Yong and Xunyu Zhou
2015, 5(3): i-iii doi: 10.3934/mcrf.2015.5.3i +[Abstract](2026) +[PDF](87.4KB)
Professor Xunjing Li was born in Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, on the 13th June 1935. Shandong is a province with a rich culture that has nurtured a great number of influential intellectuals during its long history, including Confucius. Immediately after his graduation from the Department of Mathematics at Shandong University in 1956, Professor Li was enrolled into the master program at Fudan University specializing in function approximation theory, supervised by Professor Jiangong Chen, one of the most prominent Chinese mathematicians in modern history. He stayed at Fudan as an Assistant Lecturer upon graduation in 1959, and was promoted to Lecturer, Associate Professor and Professor in 1962, 1980, and 1984, respectively. He became a Chair Professor in 1997, before retiring in 2001. He died of cancer in February 2003 at the age of 68.

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J.-B. Caillau, Monique Chyba, Dominique Sugny and Emmanuel Trélat
2013, 3(3): i-ii doi: 10.3934/mcrf.2013.3.3i +[Abstract](1768) +[PDF](85.7KB)
Life is singular in many ways, and Prof. Bernard Bonnard is aware of this better than anybody else. Throughout his work and career, he has shown us that following a singular path is not only exciting and interesting but most importantly that it is often the most efficient way to accomplish a goal!

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