Qiang Li, Professor
Prof. Li is a Ph.D. Supervisor, Professor and Director of Department of New Energy Science and Engineering at Qingdao University, and a guest professor of University of Waterloo, Canada. Prof. Li has won a range of honors and awards, including the Top 10 New Technological Stars of China in 2020, the Outstanding Academic Youth Award granted by Shandong Association of Physics, and the title of Outstanding Teacher of Qingdao University. In 2007, Prof. Li graduated from the National Physics Talent Training Base of Shandong University; from 2012 to 2o13, he was a visiting scholar at the Quantum Information Lab of University of Waterloo; in 2014, he obtained his doctoral degree in Condensed Matter Physics from Shandong University. As a teacher, he has taught such courses as Principle and Techniques of Energy Storage, Functional Materials and Apparatus, and Frontiers of Physics. His research interests cover spinning electronic materials and devices, and new energies and equipment. His latest research focuses on the application of magnetics in energy science. Prof. Li has chaired seven projects funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China, the Ministry of Education as well as provincial and municipal governments. He owns over 10 patents, and has published more than 70 papers on well-known journals including Nature Materials, Advanced Materials, Matter, ACS Nano, Adv. Funct. Mater, Phys. Rev. B., and Appl. Phys. Lett. Prof. Li is also a judge for application of funding from the National Natural Science Foundation of China, an editorial board member of Tungsten, and a reviewer for more than twenty journals including Advanced Materials.
Kai Wang, Specially-appointed Professor
Prof. Wang is a post-doctoral research fellow, a specially-appointed professor and graduate supervisor at Qingdao University. He is also a member of the committee of ECDC of China Power Supply Society, a member of the committee of marine new energy and wave energy technology of Photovoltaic Technology Society of IEEE PES, a member of the committee of Shandong Electronic Ceramics Association, a member of the expert committee of AEIC, a member of Technology Talents Base of Shandong and Qingdao. Also, Wang is among the first batch of tutors for the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education in Shandong, and a core member of the National-Local Joint Engineering Research Center (Qingdao) for Integrated Technology of Electric Automobile Intelligent Power. He has won a number of honors for his research works, and the first prize in the 5th Smart Manufacturing (Industry 4.0) Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program. Wang has published a book, owns over 10 patents and more than 10 practical inventions. He has chaired 8 scientific research projects, 5 educational projects, and is engaged in more than 10 other projects at national, provincial and municipal levels.
Yongzhi Ma, Associate Professor
Prof. Ma is a Ph.D., Associate Professor, and Graduate Supervisor at Qingdao University. He is also a technology expert of Shandong, a career planning advisor and a core member of the National-Local Joint Engineering Research Center (Qingdao) for Integrated Technology of Electric Automobile Intelligent Power. At Qingdao University, he has taught a series of undergraduate and postgraduate courses on electric engineering and new energies. His research focuses include energy flow and efficiency analysis and its application in environmental protection, air conditioning design and development, development and utilization of new energies, and high-efficiency energy conversion and thermal process optimization. Prof. Ma has chaired many key research projects at the national and provincial levels, including projects in the National 863 Program, the National Science and Technology Support Plan, and the National Natural Science Foundation of China. Prof. Wang has published more than 40 papers, edited more 16 textbooks for college students, owns over 60 national patents, among which 40 are authorized national inventions.