Sun Zhiwei
This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages)

Sun Zhiwei (Chinese: 孙智伟; pinyin: Sūn Zhìwěi; Wade–Giles: Sun Chihwei, born October 16, 1965) is a Chinese mathematician, working primarily in number theory, combinatorics, and group theory. He is a professor at Nanjing University.
Biography[edit]
Sun Zhiwei was born in Huai'an, Jiangsu. Sun and his twin brother Sun Zhihong proved a theorem about what are now known as the Wall–Sun–Sun primes.^{[citation needed]}
Sun proved Sun's curious identity in 2002.^{[1]} In 2003, he presented a unified approach to three topics of Paul Erdős in combinatorial number theory: covering systems, restricted sumsets, and zerosum problems or EGZ Theorem.^{[2]}
With Stephen Redmond, he posed the Redmond–Sun conjecture in 2006.
In 2013, he published a paper containing many conjectures on primes, one of which states that for any positive integer there are consecutive primes not exceeding such that , where denotes the th prime.^{[3]}
He is the EditorinChief of the Journal of Combinatorics and Number Theory.^{[citation needed]}
Notes[edit]
 ^ Sun, ZhiWei (2002), "A curious identity involving binomial coefficients" (PDF), INTEGERS: The Electronic Journal of Combinatorial Number Theory, 2: A04
 ^ Unification of zerosum problems, subset sums and covers of
 ^ On functions taking only prime values, J. Number Theory 133(2013), 27942812