Professor Li Yuanqing
发布时间: 2015-08-25 浏览次数: 360

 

Professor Li YuanQing

Doctoral supervisor, distinguished professor.

 

ACTIVE RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Signal sparsere presentation

Fanaticismse paration

Semi-supervised machine learning

Interface between brain and machine

Electrical and functional nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) imaging signal analysis, etc.

 

EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL:

B.S.in applied mathematics, Wuhan University, 1988.

M.S.in applied mathematics, South China Normal University, 1994.

Ph.D.in college of electronic information control theory and application, South China University of Technology, 1997.

 

VISITINGPROFESSORSHIP:

Visiting researcher, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Visiting researcher, City University of Hong Kong

Visiting researcher, RIKEN Brain Science Institute,

Visiting researcher, Neural Information Processing Laboratory of Singapore Informationand Communication Institute

Visiting researcher, University of Warwick

 

MAIN APPOINTMENTS:

Dean, School of Automation Science and Engineering, SCUT

Director, Research center of brain-machine interface brain information processing, SCUT

Editorial board Member, IEEE Trans. Fuzzy Systems

Editorial board Member, International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Neuro science

Editorial board Member, Cognitive Neuro dynamics

 

PRPJECTS:

Key project of national  major research projects

Program for innovative project of Guangdong Province

Key fund project of high-level personnel of Guangdong Province

Natural science foundation of Guangdong Province, etc.

 

ACHIEVEMENTS:

  More than 80 published papers:

  Including 17 papers in IEEE Trans. Information TheoryIEEE Trans. Signal ProcessingIEEETrans.    Biomedical Engineering, etc.; 15 papers in PLoS ONEJournal of Neural EngineeringMachine LearningNeural ComputationPattern RecognitionNIPS,etc.

 

HONORS AND AWARDS:

The first prize in natural science of Guangdong Province (ranged first), 2004

The first prize of Natural Science Award, Ministry of Education (ranged second),2005

The first prize of national natural science, 2009