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星期二, 9月 20, 2016

MIT 9/29 辦推書會介紹鄭洪“南京不哭”

鄭洪院士新書會
Recently published novel by MIT
Mathematics Professor Hung Cheng
tells the story of four friends caught up
in the violence of the Sino-Japanese war
(1937 – 1945), including two MIT students,
John Winthrop and his classmate,
Chinese physicist Calvin Ren.
7pm talk & reading,
reception to follow with an
introduction by Dean
Michael Sipser
鄭院士本書是MIT出版的第一本人文小說
8/29一出版就售罄
目前Amazon買得到
據鄭院士告知
所有的版稅他都捐給國軍遺屬
Hung Cheng began his academic career as an assistant
professor at MIT in 1965 and became a full professor at
MIT in 1969. He is a member of the Academia Sinicia.
The conrmation of his prediction with T.T. Wu on the
indenite increase of high energy scattering cross sections
was reported on the front page of the New York Times in
March 1973. He is working on the theory of dark matter.
Nanjing Never Cries is his rst novel.