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I worked as a Senior Associate Professor in Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University currently. I am also the founder and the Director of Advanced Bioprinting Lab, National University of Singapore Research Institute @Suzhou from 2014 to 2017. I got her PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2005. From 2005 to 2014, I worked as Research Scientist, Lecturer, Senior Research Scientist and Acting Director of Keio-NUS CUTE center at NUS. My research and teaching interest covers a broad spectrum of smart design, 3D printing related technologies in healthcare product design.
Professor Wang received his PhD degree from Brunel University, UK, in 2001 and was a professor at the UK universities prior to joining XJTLU in July 2019. He had broad experience in the roles as Director of Research and Enterprise, Director of Postgraduate Studies, and Discipline Lead. He has a strong record in delivering impactful research outcomes and research-led teaching. He was one of the inventors of the world’s first IoT product, smart trolley, for airport services. His research outcomes in this area were classified as the highest 4*, world leading, at the UK REF assessment. He has published 160+ papers, been granted 15 invention patents, including 6 overseas patents and 9 China patents, and been acting as an Editor-in-Chief and guest editor for 11 internationally renowned journals.
Dr Jionglong Su is the Taicang School Programme Leader in BEng Data Science and Big Data Technology. He holds a PhD in Statistics (Warwick) and a PhD in Automatic Control and Systems Engineering (Sheffield). Before joining XJTLU, he worked for Warwick University, University College London and Nazarbayev University where he was the Maths Head. Dr Jionglong Su has held several key appointments in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, such as the Group Head in Undergraduate Studies and the Programme Director in Financial Mathematics. His research interests include bioinformatics, artificial intelligence and medical image processing. He is the principal investigator and research collaborator in several interdisciplinary research funded by the National Nature Science Foundation of China and State Key Laboratory of Software Architecture, with more than 2.5 million RMB in grant. Dr Jionglong Su actively participates in the university iLead teaching programmes as an instructor for Chinese universities teachers. He is also the recipient of the 2017 XJTLU Outstanding Teacher Award.
George Liu is a Senior Associate Professor in Supply Chain, Director of BSc in Intelligent Supply Chain, Director of Operations and Supply Chain Excellence Research Institute, and Head of Management Department. Published 10+ papers about New Technology on Supply Chain on top International Journals. Prior to XJTLU, he worked for Intel around 10 years as Supply Chain Optimization Team Asia Director etc.
I received PhD in Electrical Engineering from University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK, in 2015. I worked as a Lecturer in Wuxi Institute of Technology and as a Senior R&D Engineer in Wuxi Ysphotech Semiconductor Technology Co., Ltd. from 2017 to 2018, and was a Research Associate in University of Liverpool from 2015 to 2017. Currently, I am a Lecturer in Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University. My research and teaching interests include mechatronics and robotics, and electrical engineering (switching technology in high power networks).
MA Goldsmisths College, University of London
PhD (Candidate) Art, Practice based, University of Kent
I am a British-Argentine artist and scholar. My work takes the form of transdisciplinary research in the intersections of art, posthumanism and technology with publicly engaged practice. I have recently exhibited work at the Institute of Contemporary Art London ICA, Whitechapel Art Gallery and the Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires. In 2008, I was the recipient of the London Artist Film and Video Awards (LAFVA) by the Arts Council of England and my work is part of the British Artists' Film and Video Study Collection (BAFVS).
As principal investigator for the UK Research Excellence Framework (REF) —which measures research and enterprise within British academia— my practice as research work obtained the maximum category of world-leading in terms of originality, significance and rigor (REF2014).http://impact.ref.ac.uk/CaseStudies/CaseStudy.aspx?Id=42610
Dr. Chun Zhao (Gary) obtained the PhD degree from University of Liverpool in 2014 and was a senior research member at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology prior to XJTLU. Gary has contributed more than 70 peer-reviewed microelectronic-related publications and some of them have been cited by Nature Materials, Nature Communication, Advanced Materials and Advanced Functional Materials. He is serving as the publication chair of The 17th IEEE International Conference on IC Design and Technology (ICICDT 2019). Gary was nominated into 2018 Jiangsu Province High-level Innovation and Entrepreneurship Talent Plan. He was the main inventor of the world's first electronic cigarette with ASIC integrated core and a founding member of a small start-up chip company in 2007 but listed on HK stock market in 2012.