Academician Peng Shige from Shandong University Won the “2020 Future Science Prize”

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Mathematician Peng Shige
Mathematician Peng Shige
Mathematician Peng Shige

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SDU professor Peng Shige won the 2020 Future Science Prize
SDU professor Peng Shige won the 2020 Future Science Prize
SDU professor Peng Shige won the 2020 Future Science Prize

SHANDONG, China, Sept. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The winner of 2020 Future Science Prize was announced in September. Peng Shige, professor at Shandong University and academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences, won the “Mathematics and Computer Science Prize” for his pioneering contributions in the backward stochastic differential equation theory, non-linear Feynman-Kac formula, and non-linear mathematical expectation theory.

This year is the fourth time that SDUers have won the Future Science Prize. Since its foundation in 2016, the Future Science Prize has announced 20 winners. The prize, regarded as “the Chinese version of Nobel Prize”, is the first Chinese non-governmental science award jointly initiated by groups of scientists and entrepreneurs. It currently includes the “Life Science Prize”, “Physical Science Prize”

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