Professor Li Jiajun
Professor Li Jiajun was born in Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province, in November 1955. He received his bachelor’s degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tianjin University, in 1982, and then started to work as a faculty member at the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the same university for nine years. During that period, he received his Master's degree from the Department
Professor Gong Ke
Professor, Doctoral supervisor Professor Gong Ke was born in Xiantan County, Hunan Province in 1955. Gong Ke, had obtained his Bachelor Degree from Beijing Institute of Polytechnic (now the Beijing Institute of Technology) in 1982, then went on to study further in the Technical University Graz (Austria), and gained Doctor Degree of Communication and Radio Waves Propagation there in 1986. After coming back, he started his academic career in
Professor Liu Jianping
Professor Liu Jianping was born in March, 1953. He graduated from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Beijing Steel & Iron College in 1976 and resumed his Master's degree study in Mechanical Engineering in 1980 after several years of working at the same university.
Professor Shan Ping
Professor, Doctoral supervisor Shan Ping was born in May, 1946 in Anshan, Liaoning Province. After his graduation from the Welding Engineering Major from the Mechanical Department of Tianjin University in 1968, he got his Master’s Degree of the same major at Tianjin University. Then he received his PhD in 1985, being the first doctoral student cultivated independently by Tianjin University. In June 1997, Professor Shan Ping was appointed as ...
Professor Li Guangquan
Professor, Doctoral supervisor Li Guangquan was born in Jiang An County, Sichuan Province in 1936. He graduated from the Chemical Machinery and Equipment Major of Tianjin University in 1958. He once worked as the Executive Member of the Automation Society, President of SESC (Systems Engineering Society of China), Deputy-president of Tianjin Automation Society, Director of the Systems Engineering Society of Tianjin, and Vice-chairman
Professor Yang Yuqin
Professor, Doctoral supervisor Yang Yuqin was born in Changzhou, Jiangsu Province in 1938. He worked in Tianjin University after his graduation from the Department of Electrical Power of the University in 1959. He was the instructor of the Motor Teaching and Research Office, Party Branch Secretary, Director of the Teaching and Research Office, Vice Director of Academic Affairs of Tianjin University, Deputy Party Secretary and Vice-president.
Professor Wu Yongshi
Wu Yongshi, born in An Qing, Anhui Province in 1927, is renowned as a microwave technical expert and higher educator. After graduated from the Department of Electrical Engineering of Nan Kai University in 1950, he then worked in Tianjin University as a professor. He was appointed as the President and Honorary President of Tianjin Association for Science & Technology, Chairman of The Evaluation Expert Committee
Professor Yang Hui
Yang Hui was born in Zhucheng County, Shandong province in 1929. He was Director of the School Education Department of Propaganda Department of the Harbin Municipal Committee, Vice President of Student Recruitment Committee of Culture and Education Office, President of Higher Education Academy of Heilongjiang Province. He was also appointed as Secretary of the Education and Working Committee of CPC Tianjin Municipal Committee, Vice Chairman of...
Professor Shi Shaoxi
Dr. Shi Shaoxi, the first Chinese Ph. D. in the field of internal combustion engines, founded and pioneered the discipline of Internal Combustion Engines and Engineering Thermal Physics in China. Dr. Shi was among the first group of Doctoral Supervisors appointed by the State Council, and was elected as the Academician of the Chinese Academy of Science. Dr. Shi, born in Yixing, Jiangsu Province, graduated with his Bachelor’s degree from
Professor Li Rui
Li Rui was born in Ping Ding County, Shanxi Province. He participated in the revolutionary work in June, 1938 and joined in the Communist Party of China in October. He served as clerical staff of the Ministry of Guerrilla Detachment in Xi Yang County of Shanxi Province, instructor of the Anti-Japanese Guerrilla Kowloon Detachment First Company in Eastern Shanxi, political instructor of the communication team, radio station and Guard Company