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王洋 博士

西安交通大学公共政策与管理学院

教授,博士生导师

 

 

电子邮箱:yang.wang(AT)xjtu.edu.cn

办公地点:西安交通大学公共政策与管理学院

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招生方向:复杂系统、复杂网络和数据分析,计算社会科学,公共政策与创新。诚邀您的加入!

 

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        王洋,西安交通大学公共政策与管理学院教授,博士生导师,入选西安交通大学青年拔尖人才支持计划。研究领域包括复杂系统、网络科学、数据科学、科技政策与创新等交叉学科。具体研究方向为:计算社会科学、科学学、社会网络基本理论及数学模型、复杂系统在公共管理、气候变化及科技政策中的应用。已发表SCI论文十余篇,包括Nature, Nature Communications, Physical Review Letters等国际顶级期刊,研究成果被国内外数十家媒体报道,包括经济学人、华尔街日报、哈佛商业评论、泰晤士报、纽约时报等。

 

工作经历:

1.   20199月至今,西安交通大学公共政策与管理学院,教授,博士生导师

2.   20199月至今,美国西北大学Kellogg商学院,访问教授

3.   20169月至20198月,美国西北大学Kellogg商学院,复杂系统研究中心,博士后研究员

4.   20159月至20168月,美国宾夕法尼亚州立大学信息科学与技术系,博士后研究员

教育情况:

1.  20129月至20159月,以色列巴伊兰大学,物理系,博士(导师:Prof. Shlomo Havlin)

2.  20099月至20127月,北京师范大学,系统科学系,硕士

3.  20059月至20097月,北京师范大学,管理科学专业,学士

 

代表性论文

1. Yian Yin, Yang Wang, James A. Evans, and Dashun Wang, Quantifying dynamics of failure across science, startups, and security, arXiv preprint arXiv:1903.07562, 2019. 

2. Yang Wang, Benjamin F. Jones, and Dashun Wang, Early-career setback and future career impact, Nature Communications, 10, 4331, 2019. 

3. Lu Liu, Yang Wang, Chaoming Song, Roberta Sinatra, C. Lee Giles, and Dashun Wang, Hot streaks in artistic, cultural, and scientific careers, Nature, 559, 396 - 399, 2018. 

4. Yang Wang, Dong Zhou, Armin Bunde, and Shlomo Havlin, Testing reanalysis datasets in Antarctica: Trends, persistence properties and trend significance, Journal of Geophysical Research, 121: 12839, 2016. 

5. Yang Wang, Avi Gozolchiani, Yosef Ashkenazy, Oded Guez, Yehiel Berezin, and Shlomo Havlin, Dominant imprint of Rossby waves in the climate network, Physical Review Letters 111: 138501, 2013. 

 

媒体报道

  • The Economist: In science, grit counts as well as talent

  • Financial Times: The obstacles that speed and slow our path 

  • Harvard Business Review: When Losing Out on a Big Opportunity Helps Your Career

  • Kellogg Insight: Early Career Failures Can Make You Stronger in the Long Run

  • INC.: When You Fail, It's Important That You Do This One Thing, According to Science

  • Science Daily: Science demonstrates that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger

  • UPI.com: For scientists, failure can pay dividends down the road

  • New York Post: Failure early in your career might actually be the best thing for you

  • CNBC: Failing early in your career can make you more successful in the future

  • Bloomberg: The "Hot Streak" Is Real, But It’s Not About Luck

  • The Wall Street Journal: The Science Behind Career Hot Streaks

  • Business Insider: The science behind career "hot streaks"

  • Wired: Science is trying to understand the secrets of creative hot streaks

  • Today Show: Worried you've missed out on a "hot streak" in life? It may be just around the corner

  • CNBC: Researchers looked at career "hot streaks" of 30,000 successful people —  here's what they found

  • Quartz: There is such a thing as a career hot streak — and it can happen at anytime

  • Daily Mail: Winning streaks ARE real! Scientists discover we really do have random periods of repeated success throughout our working lives

  • The Times: Your purple patch of creativity can come at any time, researchers say

  • The New York Times: Feel Like You Haven’t Hit Your Peak Yet? It’s Never Too Late

  • Havard Business Review: When to Stick with Something — and When to Quit

  • World Economic Forum: There is such a thing as a career hot streak - and it can happen any time

  • Nature: From artists to scientists, anyone can have a successful streak at any time

  • Kellogg Insights: When You're Hot, You're Hot: Career Successes Come in Clusters

  • Inverse: Creative "Hot Streaks" Are No Coincidence, But They Come With Caveats

    其他媒体报道包括:Discover Magazine, Nature Asia, Stuff.co.nz, Arkansas Online, the Money Science, The Japan Times, Pharmazeutische Zeitung, Herald Sun, Spiegel Online, My San Antonio, Madrid, Phys.org, Arstechnica, APA., Scitech Daily, Pressfrom, Breitbart News Network, Long Room, Interesting Engineering, PsychCentral, Lab Manager, Popmech, Psych Central, Space Daily, Futura-Sciences, Physicsworld