Prof. Zeng-qiang Chen received the B.S. degree in mathematics, M.S. degree and Ph.D degrees in control theory and control engineering from the Nankai University in China, in 1987, 1990, and 1997, respectively. He has been worked at the College of Information Technology Sciences of Nankai University, where since 1999 he has been a full professor and a PhD supervisor . In 2001, he obtained the position for the head of department of automation. His main areas of research involved in complex system modelling and simulation, complex networks, multi-agent systems, intelligent control and intelligent computing, chaos theory and applications, Computer network and multimedia technology. He has been responsible for more than 15 foundation projects, include two NSFC projects and two National 863 projects. He has authored/ coauthored more than 200 journal papers, about 100 of them are SCI journal papers. In 1998, he honoured the Bao-Gang Education award (Grade One). In 2004, he won the Tianjin Natural Science award (Grade Two). The title is: “Research on Adaptive Intelligent Predictive Control Theory and Its Application”. In 2005, he entered into the the Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University of China (NCET). His professional qualification main includes: The member for Chinese system simulation academy , The member for control theory specialty association of Chinese automation academy , the member for process control specialty association of Chinese automation academy, the member for aviation and areospace intelligence specialty of Chines artifical intelligence academy . Also, He currently acted as the editor member for 4 national academic journals and 3 international academic journals.
Biography Updated on 16 July 2014