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BUCEA’s professor WANG Yanxue selected as 2022 Beijing Young Scholar

According to the 2022 “Beijing Young Scholars” list newly released by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Talent Work, Professor WANG Yanxue from the School of Mechanical-Electronic and Vehicle Engineering of Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture (BUCEA) was among the selected.

Prof. WANG Yanxue is the Level-2 professor and doctoral supervisor of BUCEA. In his career, Prof. WANG has been selected into talent programs and received an array of honorary talent titles including the Beijing Hundred-Thousand-Ten Thousand Talent Project (2020), Humboldt Research Fellowship (2013-2015), Guangxi “Hundred-Talent Program” (2015) for overseas high-level talents, Guangxi Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars in Natural Science (2016), Guangxi High-Level Innovation Team and “Excellent Scholars” (2016). Besides, Prof. WANG has been among Elsevier’s “Highly Cited Chinese Researchers” (2019 and 2020) and the world’s top 2% scientists (2020 and 2021).

His research area concentrates on dynamic modeling and analysis of mechanical systems, dynamic signal processing and feature extraction, equipment failure auto-detection and intelligent maintenance, remaining life prediction and health management, non-destructive testing and embedded systems.

“Beijing Young Scholars” is launched by Beijing as an important talent program to serve national innovation development strategies and the progress of local high-end industries. It works as an outstanding talent selection and cultivation system to select a group of young academic and technical talents who take the lead in innovation, development potential, international vision and capabilities, and offers them long-term and stable support. The program not only aligns with the “Beijing Scholars” program but also complements the city’s other talent initiatives and programs among different industries and organizations. No more than 15 young scholars in the fields of natural and engineering science and technology are selected every two years.