He is a distinguished professor of CASE. He is also a global specialist in special equipment and industrial Internet technology. He graduated from Manufacturing Engineering of University of Nebraska Lincoln and got a doctor's degree in 1994. He has more than 30 years of scientific research, production and management experience in the direction of special processing technology. He was the global chief engineer of materials and manufacturing at GE Central Research Institute. A total of 55 authorized international patents and 32 technical papers have been published.
Research fields: Closed-loop control of non-traditional manufacturing process of power equipment, automatic testing, digital manufacturing system, strategy and management system of manufacturing plan, industrial internet technology.
Major of admission: Electronic Science and Technology.