Qing Wang, Ph.D
Professor and Director
Institute of NanoEngineering
College of Civil Engineering and Architecture
Shandong University of Science and Technology
Prof. Qing Wang received his doctoral degree from the Tongji University for a work on interface strength of fiber reinforced composites in 1996. He became in 1998 a full Professor at the Shandong University of Technology, China. In 2000, he joined National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan. In 2014 he moved to Shandong University of Science and Technology, China, as Taishan Distiguished Professor. In 2017 he served as the Dean of the department of Materials Sci Eng. Now he works there as the Director of Institute of Nanoengineering. Prof. Qing Wang' main area of research is fabrication of advanced functional materials and its application in civil engineering. This involves the development of new methods for structural monitoring and maintenance.
Title：Study of anti-chlorine corrosion of cement mortar in chloride salt environment
Prof. Hongyuan Zhou
Beijing University of Technology
Dr Hongyuan Zhou is a professor at Beijing University of Technology. He graduated from Xi’an Jiaotong University with BEng and MEng, respectively, and was awarded Ph.D. from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Hongyuan specializes in the response and protection of structures against blast, impact, and shock, as well as structural dynamics. He has published about 50 SCI-indexed papers in international journals. Hongyuan once served as guest editor of the International Journal of Impact Engineering and is an editorial board member of several journals such as International Journal of Protective Structures and Shock and Vibration. He also serves as an academic board member of Tianjin Key Laboratory of Precast Structures and Intelligent Construction, and deputy director of the Youth Committee on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation of Infrastructures, Seismological Society of China. He is an active referee for various organizations and journals.
Accos. Prof. Yongding Tian
School of Civil Engineering, Southwest Jiaotong University
Yongding Tian received his Ph.D from the School of Civil Engineering at Southeast University and the Department of Civil Engineering at Monash University (Australia). After his graduation, Yongding joined Southwest Jiaotong University as an Associate Professor in July 2021. His research interests include structural health monitoring and diagnosis, noncontact vision-based measurement, smart sensing technology and structural realiability analysis and performance degradation mechanism investigation. He has gained financial support from National key research and development program, the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Postgraduate Research & Practice Innovation Progaram of Jiangsu Province. He has published nearly 20 high-quality SCI-indexed journal articles, including the journal of Computer-aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering(Top 1 Journal in Civil Engineering，IF=11.775), Nano Energy(Top journal，IF=17.881),Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (Top journal，IF=6.823), Structure Control and Health Monitroing, Engineering Structures, Journal of Sound and Vibration, etc. His research output has been applied to the noncontact vortex-induced vibration measurement of Humen Suspension Bridge, the health monitoring of Sutong Yangtze River Bridge and the cable tension force measurement of Nansha Suspection Bridge. He has awarded Golden Medal of the 46th Geneva Inventions, the second prize of National Science and Technology Progress Award of China, best paper award of the 12th Research Symposium for Chinese PhD Students and Scholars in Australia and the Gold Prize in the 6th China International College Students “Internet+” Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition. And he is served as the reviewer of the journal of Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, Journal of Structural Engineering(ASCE) and Experimental Techniques.