Xianjin Yang's research interests fall on mean-field games, which is an active research area in differential game theories. In his PhD period, Xianjin focuses on the homogenization and numerical methods for stationary mean-field games.

Education and Early Career

Xianjin Yang got his bachelor's degree in Software Engineering from Chongqing University of China in 2011. Then, he obtained his Master with majors in Computer Science from Zhejiang University of China in 2014. Later on, Xianjin Yang received his second Master's degree in Applied Mathematics from KAUST in 2016. He continues to study at KAUST as a Ph.D. student and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in AMCS under the supervision of Prof. Diogo A. Gomes.