Liming Wang

Department of Mathematics,
California state University, Los Angeles,
5151 State University Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90032-8204

Office: Simpson Tower - Room F317

Office Phone: +13233432159

Office hour: TTh, 3:30-4:50PM and by appointment

Email: l w a n g 1 9(at) c a l s t a t e l a (dot) e d u

Liming Wang's Curriculum Vitae.

Education

Ph.D., Mathematics, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA, October 2008.
Thesis: Dynamics and Asymptotic Behaviors of Biochemical Networks.
Adviser: Prof. Eduardo D. Sontag.

B.S., Mathematics, Peking University, Beijing, China, 2001.

Research Interests

Mathematical modeling of phenotypic switching.

Multisite protein phosphorylations.

Noise attenuation in feedback systems.

Population heterogeneity.

Published Journal Articles

Carlo Chan, Xinfeng Liu, Liming Wang, Lee Bardwell, Qing Nie, and German Enciso. Protein Scaffolds Can Enhance the Bistability of Multisite Phosphorylation Systems. PLoS Comput Biol, 8(6): e1002551, 2012. PDF.

Liming Wang. A Passivity-based Stability Criterion for Reaction Diffusion Systems with Interconnected Structure. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series B, 17(1), 2012.

Liming Wang, Qing Nie, and German Enciso. Non-Essential Sites Improve Phosphorylation Switch. Biophysical Journal, 99(6), L41-L43, 2010. PDF.

Liming Wang, Jack Xin, and Qing Nie. A Critical Quantity for Noise Attenuation in Feedback Systems. PLoS Comput Biol, 6(4): e1000764, 2010. PDF.

Liming Wang, Patrick De Leenheer, and Eudardo D. Sontag. Conditions for Global Stability of Monotone Tridiagonal Systems with Negative Feedback. Systems & Control Letters, 59, 130-138, 2010. PDF.

Liming Wang and Eduardo D. Sontag. On the number of steady states in a multiple futile cycle, Journal of Mathematical Biology, 57(1), 29-52, 2008. PDF.

Liming Wang and Eduardo D. Sontag. Singularly perturbed monotone systems and an application to double phosphorylation cycles, Journal of Nonlinear Science, 18(5), 527-550, 2008. PDF.

Natalia Komarova and Liming Wang. Initiation of colorectal cancer: where do the two hits hit? Cell Cycle, 3(12), 1558-1565, 2004. PDF.

Published Conference Articles

Liming Wang, Patrick De Leenheer, and Eudardo D. Sontag. Global Stability for Monotone Tridiagonal Systems with Negative Feedback. In Proc. IEEE Conf. Decision and Control, Cancun, Dec. 2008, pages 4091-4096, 2008.

Liming Wang and Eduardo D. Sontag. Further results on singularly perturbed monotone systems, with an application to double phosphorylation cycles. In Proc. IEEE Conf. Decision and Control, New Orleans, Dec. 2007, pages 627-632, 2007.

Liming Wang and Eduardo D. Sontag. A remark on singular perturbations of strongly monotone systems, Proc. IEEE Conf. Decision and Control, 2006.

Liming Wang and Eduardo D. Sontag. Almost global convergence in singular perturbations of strongly monotone systems. Second Multidisciplinary International Symposium on Positive Systems: Theory and Applications (Posta 2006), France, August 2006. See also arXiv math.DS/0604369.

Submitted and Preprint

Anna Cai, Liming Wang, and Qing Nie. Cell division can eliminate bimodality in bistable feedback systems. Submitted.

Liming Wang and Eduardo D. Sontag. Analysis of a Bimolecular Reaction with Inflows and Degradation. Preprint.

Recent Conferences

American Mathematical Society Western Section, Boulder, CO, April 13-14, 2013.

American Institute of Mathematics Workshop on Mathematical problems arising from biochemical reaction networks, Palo Alto, CA, March 25-29, 2013.

Southern California Systems Biology Conference, Irvine, CA, Jan 26, 2013.

Gordon Research Conferences: Stochastic Physics in Biology, Ventura, CA, Jan 13-18, 2013.

SIAM Life Sciences, San Diego, CA, Aug 7-10, 2012.

Teaching

Winter 2013: Math 553 - Applied Math Seminar - Dynamical Models in Biology.

Winter 2013: Math 105 - Introduction to Mathematical Models in Biology I.

Fall 2012: Math 206 - CALCULUS I.

Fall 2012: Math 204 - Introduction to Mathematical Models in Biology II.

Fall 2012: Math 204 - Introduction to Mathematical Models in Biology II.

Spring 2012: Math 206 - CALCULUS I.

Spring 2012: Math 206 - CALCULUS I.

Spring 2012: Math 105 - Introduction to Mathematical Models in Biology I.

Winter 2012: Math 472 - Linear Programming.