Prof. Yingning Qiu, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China
Qiu Yingning is a professor at the School of Energy and Power Engineering at Nanjing University of Technology, and director of the section of Energy Storage and Electrical Engineering. Her research interests focus on modeling dynamic response of large-scale wind turbine systems under complex flow fields, fatigue life prediction and fault mechanism of mechanical systems, artificial intelligence and big data algorithms in intelligent diagnosis of large-scale wind turbines, fault-tolerant control of electromechanical systems, etc. As the project leader, she led Cultivation Project of Major Research Program of the National Natural Science Foundation, undertook the sub project of the 2019 National Key R&D Research Project. She was Principle Investigator of numbers funding research projects such as the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Jiangsu Provincial Natural Science Foundation of China, and Jiangsu Provincial Research Project of Green Ship Technology Key Laboratory. She hosted more than ten research projects in Nanjing. As the editor in chief, she have published one textbook and participated in the editing of two textbooks. She have published over 80 papers, including 30 SCI papers, of which 17 were published in the Top Journal, and she was one highly cited paper. She have been authorized more than 20 Chinese invention patents and 3 of them has completed transformation of scientific and technological achievements.
He has won the Excellent Award in the National University Microclass Competition, the First Prize in the Jiangsu Province University Microclass Competition, and was awarded the honorary title of "Top Young Scientist" by the Jiangsu Low Carbon Technology Society in 2019.