Dr. Tao Feng awarded the 2021 Hall Medal of the ICA




For immediate release                                                           Contact: Sarah Holliday
March 18, 2022                                                                                               Secretary of the ICA

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Dr. Tao Feng awarded the 2021 Hall Medal of the ICA


Hall Medals recognize extensive quality research with substantial international impact by Fellows of the ICA in mid-career.


Tao Feng has made significant contributions in several areas of combinatorics, namely,algebraic combinatorics, design theory, finite geometry, and coding theory. Combining algebraic and number theoretic techniques, he has solved a number of longstanding open problems in design theory, finite geometry, and coding theory. His research is deep, innovative, and technically very strong.


Dr. Feng has published over fifty papers in prestigious general mathematics journals as well as in top quality specialized journals in combinatorics. He frequently gave invited talks at national and international conferences and has joined recognized editorial boards.


Dr. Feng earned his B. Sc. From Beijing Institute of Technology and Ph.D. From Peking University. He was a Research Fellow at Nanyang Technological University and a Unidel Postdoc at University of Delaware. He is now a tenured Associate Professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences at Zhejiang University.


The Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications is an international scholarly society that was founded in 1990 by Ralph Stanton; the ICA was established for the purpose of promoting the development of combinatorics and of encouraging publications and conferences in combinatorics and its applications.



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