2024 3rd International Conference on Acoustics, Fluid Mechanics and Engineering(AFME 2024)
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Prof. Minqing Wang

Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

Biography: In July 1989, Prof. Minqing Zhang, was recommended to study and work in Northwestern Polytechnical University. He was selected into the New Century Talent Program of the Ministry of Education. He is a member of the Provincial Metrology and Inspection and Testing Professional Committee, etc. He is also an editorial board member of IJAS, etc. He has won honors such as "Third National 100 Excellent Doctoral Dissertation", "New Century Outstanding Talents of the Ministry of Education", "Baosteel Education Fund Award", "Shaanxi Youth Science and Technology Award", and 3 provincial and ministerial science and technology progress awards. He has presided over and undertaken more than 50 scientific research projects such as national funds, special funds of the Ministry of Education, and civil aircraft pre-research. He has published "New MS-DOS Practical Technology Encyclopedia", "Basic Noise and Vibration Control Technology" and "Theory and Methods of Dynamic Mechanical Parameter Measurement of Materials in Extreme Environments", etc., and has been authorized with more than 30 invention patents. He has trained more than 60 doctoral and master students. His main research directions: intelligent robots and key technologies, acoustic information analysis and control, automated testing and control, earthquake rapid warning and prediction technology, acoustic system engineering theory and application.


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Prof. Liang Yu

Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

Biography:

Prof. Liang Yu has published nearly 200 papers in the field of "Acoustic Perception and Intelligent Information Processing of Mechanical Equipment", including more than 70 papers as the first/corresponding author in international authoritative SCI journals such as MSSP, JSV, and TIM. He has won 2 provincial and ministerial awards (the first prize of Shanghai Science and Technology Invention, the second prize of China Machinery Industry Science and Technology Award for Scientific and Technological Progress), 3 awards from the college and department, 7 conference outstanding paper awards, 1 outstanding reviewer award, and edited and published 2 special issue collections. He is committed to promoting the research direction of "Acoustic Perception and Intelligent Information Processing of Mechanical Equipment", developing advanced acoustic measurement, fault diagnosis and intelligent signal processing methods for mechanical equipment, and forming a series of representative theories and methods. The research areas mainly involve: 1. Vibration and acoustics of aviation mechanical equipment; 2. Material testing and diagnosis technology under multi-field coupling service conditions; 3. Mechanical equipment fault diagnosis: multi-physics field measurement, digital twin; 4. Advanced instruments and testing technology; 5. Artificial intelligence and signal processing.


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Assoc. Prof. Pan Gao

Shanghai Maritime University, China

Biography: 

Dr. Gao Pan is an Associate Professor in Ocean Engineering at Shanghai Maritime University and the vice director of Research Center of Ocean Engineering and Technology. His work includes the structural analysis of offshore pipelines and cables, and the interaction between offshore structures and soil. Past research projects have included predictions of the mechanical behavior of bonded offshore hose, responses of risers to internal solitary wave, anchor-soil-pipeline interaction, the punch-through potential of jack-up spudcans in stiff-over-soft soils, and jetting effects on the spudcan extraction. He has been in charge of one NSFC program, one national key laboratory open program and more than 10 other projects. He also participated in 3 National programs and several other projects. He is the reviewer of several international journals including Ocean Engineering, Ships and Offshore Structures and Journal of Marine Science and Engineering.


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