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Shu Shien-Siu

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Shu Shien-Siu (; 1912–2001), also known as S. S. Shu, was a Chinese/Taiwanese mathematician, engineer and educator. Biography Shu was born in Yongjia, Wenzhou, Zhejiang on 12 Sep 1912. Shu studied at Wenzhou High School. In 1935, Shu graduated from the Department of Mathematics of Tsinghua University in Beijing and obtained B.S. in mathematics. He worked as a teaching assistant at the department after his graduation. In 1944, Shu went to the United States to continue his study, and entered the Brown University. Shu obtained his PhD in applied mathematics in 1948, under the guidance of Charles Loewner. In 1949, Shu worked in Princeton, and in that summer went to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to do his postdoctoral research. Shu was a professor of engineering science at Purdue University, and the Chair of Purdue University School of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Shu was also an adjunct professor of National Taiwan University (in Taipei), National Chiao Tung Unive
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