Welcome to SEIEE
The school of Electronic, Information and Electrical Engineering (SEIEE) at Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) was established in December 2001. It can be traced back to Department of Electrical Engineering a century ago and was crowned as the “cradle” of Electrical Engineer in China. The School is composed of Departments of Electrical Engineering, Automation, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Instrument Science and Engineering, and Electrical and Electronic Experimental Teaching Center.
Today May 22,2013
Li FangAssociate Professor
Natural Language Processing, Internet-based Information Retrieval and Extraction. Database Applications
His interest is dielectric properties of polymer nano-composite , electrical engineering, electrical insulation and smart grid technology
Adaptive Control, Model-based Predictive Control, Distributed Control Systems, Networked Control for Cyber-physical Systems,
Chen YuquanAssociate Professor
Computational Linguistics, Intentional Logic Model and Dialog Systems
Wang YongAssistant Professor
Power Electronics, Converter and inverter technology, Wind power, Solar inverters, Fuel cell, Power electronics applications in renewable energy systems.
Li NingAssociate Professor
Modeling and Control of Complex Systems
Service Oriented Computing;
and Decision Support System
1. New technology for NDT (electromagnetic, EMAT and ultrasonic ones).
2. Shock signal capture and dynamic testing.
Image processing and machine vision, Intelligentrobot, and complex mechatronic systems.
Ma YixinAssociate Professor
Electrical Impedance Tomography Technology and Application;
High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Technology and Related Quality Assurance Issues.
Xie BaochangAssociate Professor
He was currently interested in electric machines and their control, wind power generating system of smart-grid, micro-magnetics, computation of electro-magnetic fields.
Huang ChengjunAssociate Professor
His major research interests include PD detection, PD signal processing, PD pattern analysis and development of online/offline PD detection and evaluation systems.
Han BingAssociate Professor
fault diagnosis and fault tolerant control, production scheduling, fieldbus system and communication, CIMS
Smart Grid technology, especially in online monitoring technology for electrical power apparatus, superconductor application technology, smart charging system for EV, etc.
theoretical computer science, concurrency theory, and model theory of computer science
Intelligent Algorithms; The System Integration of Enterprise Resource Planning; Advanced Production Scheduling system for hybrid manufacturing processes.
Zhao GangAssociate Professor
 High-voltage and EMC test equipments and technology
 Digital measurement software based on open source code
 Integrated test system of equipments in power system
Gui LinAssociate Professor
Broadband Multimedia Communications, Digital TV,
Channel Coding, Modulation, Adaptive Equalization,
Theory and methodology of high-voltage equipment intelligentization
New equipment for the smart grid
1.Quantum cryptography communication
2. Quantum clock synchronization
3.Nonlinear photonic crystal and quantum entanglement
Wind power and solar energy analysis and control
Power system analysis and control
development of artificial hearts, ultrasonic motors, detection of weak signals, and instrumentation.
1) Theories of Computer Vision
2) Intelligent Transportation Systems
3) Robot Aided Surgeries
Parallel and distributed processing, Parallelizing compilers, Pervasive Computing, Software engineering, Embedded systems, and Green Computing.
Cognitive Radio Networks; Cooperative Communication and networking; Wireless Sensor Networks; Industrial Wireless Systems; Smart Grid; Smart Camera Networks
Ai QianAssociate Professor
Power System Identification; Microgrids and Power Quality; Power System Simulation
process control and optimazation, real-time system control and simulation, and networked control system.
1. Model Predictive Control;
2. Control and Optimization of Large Scale Systems;
3. Distributed Cooperative Control
Number Theory, Modern Cryptography, Information Security, Network Security, Communication Security, Trusted Computing
He XingAssociate Professor
Real-Time Data Communication, Power System Automation, Information Modeling Power System
Prof. Hui ZHAO’s research interests include advanced sensors and instrumentation, visual measurement technology and laser measurement technology.
? Computational model for Perception and Cognition
Learning and Memory in Cortical Networks, Visual Neural Representation and Coding, Visual Global Feature Analysis; Object Recognition, Multimodal Computational Model
? Brain-Computer Interface and Brain Signal Processing
Brain EEG Signal Processing, Evoked Potential Analysis and Localization, Brain-Computer System Design, EEG Pattern Recognition, EEG based Person authentication
? Statistical Learning and Inference
Independent Component Analysis, Sparse Representation, Tensor Factorization and Analysis, Information Geometry
Lu JunguoAssociate Professor
(1) Control, synchronization and anticontrol of chaos with their applications;(2) Fractiona order system; (3) Complex network
His current research interests include Industrial Cognitive Radio Networks, Internet of Things and its Applications, and multi-agent systems.
Chen CailianAssociate Professor
Dr. Chen’s current research interests include wireless sensor and actor networks and applications, multi-agent systems and cooperative control.
Deng YuxinAssociate Professor
Concurrency theory; Programming semantics; Type theory; Language-based security; Models for probabilistic computation; Formal verification.
Dong XiaojuAssociate Professor
Concurrency Theory, in particular process calculi and Petri nets; Membrane computing; Systems biology, especially formal models for biological systems
1.Gas Discharge and Gas Insulation
I have studied the influence of transmission property of additional gas on discharge character of SF6 gas mixtures. The avalanche growth processes in SF6/ N2, SF6/CO2, SF6/He, SF6/Ne, SF6/Ar, SF6/Kr, and SF6/Xe gas mixtures have been studied by the Pulse Townsend (PT) method. The discharge mechanism of the avalanche in these gases have been analyzed. The variation patterns of their effective ionization coefficient, electron drift velocity and diffusion coefficient have been given. The collisional processes and transport properties of these gases have been compared, and their dielectric strengths have been determined also.
It is urgent to find new substitute dielectric gases to pure SF6 for possible immediate or future use in existing or modified electrical equipment due to its high Global Warming Potential (GWP). The insulation characteristics of c-C4F8 gas mixtures was investigated By me and my team. The insulation gas breakdown process in uniform filed have be obtained by Monte Carlo simulation, Boltzmann equation analysis method and Steady State Townsend (SST) experiment method. GWP and liquefaction temperature (Tb ) of pure c-C4F8 and its mixtures were analyzed quantitatively synchronously for the first time.
2.On-line Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis in Power Equipment
I am concerned with the chromatography on-line monitoring and fault diagnosis system, which detects the key gases of H2, CO, CH4, C2H6, C2H4, and C2H2 dissolved in oil timely and accurately, then make diagnoses on the power equipment.
The traditional insulation fault in transformer is only diagnosed by transacting the data of DGA test through 2D/3D visualization procession. I integrated fuzzy diagnosis technology with 2D/3D visualization procession to diagnose synthetically.
I have developed a set of overall on-line monitoring systems constructed to control and monitor the condition of SF6 circuit breaker with advanced sensors and microcomputer based data acquisition and procession system, which provides overall information about the conditions of each part of SF6 circuit breaker to diagnosis the incoming faults and potential defects on circuit breaker in time. A genetic programming based polynomial networks model (GPPNM) is presented by me, which promote the diagnostic performance of incipient insulation fault of power transformers and breaker. The proposed model has been applied on the actual fault records and compared with conventional method, artificial neural networks method and self-organizing polynomial networks (SOPN) method. The numeric test testifies that the GPPNM requires less prior knowledge in the process of construction of diagnosis model and has better performance than other methods.
3. Effect of Electromagnetic Field on Biology
I have investigated the effects of 20mT, 50Hz sinusoidal electromagnetic field(EMF) on cell proliferation, metabolism，cell cycle phase distribution, apoptosis and other characteristics in two human cancer cell lines (HL-60 and SK-Hep-1) and Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells (hMSCs). A theoretical analysis of the mechanism for the action of low frequency oscillating magnetic field on cell ions was discussion. I suggested that the amplitude of the forced-vibration does not change with the magnetic field frequency, which is found in electric field
I have concerned on the dielectric behavior and inactivation of avian corona virus in the electric field, which can inactivate the virus by making it attain maximum dielectric relaxation absorption. The method can be used in the adjuvant therapy of disease that is induced by the corona virus. I mentioned for the first time that the virus can be regarded as a dipole, and the rotate or sway model of the virus in the electric field, and gived a new physical model of inactivation of virus in athermotic biologic effect. This model will also serve as a valuable reference in the inactivation of other virus such as SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) or HIV (human immunodeficiency virus).
video object detection, recognition, tracking, Face recognition, Medical image analysis and 3D construction
Advanced sensors, the internet of things and instrumentation and visual measurement technology
Electric power market, power system analysis, Smart Grid,Computational Intelligence on power system
Understanding the biological circuits that perform computations within the cell is a central problem in computational and systems biology. From the point of view of informatics and systemics, biology offer the challenge of understanding the complex behaviors of interacting molecules evolved to operate with both remarkable precision and robustness in the context of genes, environments and their complex interactions. The theme of our research is stochasticity, central to properly capture both the stability and the multiple sources of uncertainties needed for modeling biosystems in a realistic way. We are developing analytical and computational frameworks to model such complex and stochastic behaviors using a combined discrete (Markov Chain) and continuous (Stochastic Differentials) approach, starting from bi-stable switches, limited cycles to feed-forward loops as well as their coupling. Our goal is to adequately describe observed stochasticity, variations and heterogeneity in biological systems for multiple scales of biological organizations.
Wireless Networking and Mobile Computing
Economic Incentives for Cooperation
Algorithmic Game Theory
E-Learning Technologies; Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining; Data Encoding and Information
Shen LipingAssociate Professor
My research focuses on pervasive and adaptive learning technologies. I am interested in how to adopt the emerging ICT technologies to improve the performance of e-Learning. We are now exploring the emotion evolvement during learning process and how to leverage emotion feedback to provide adaptive e-Learning system. As a board member of Chinese e-Learning Technology Standardization Committee and co-editor of ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36 project 12785, I am also interested in the standardization of exchangable and reusable learning resources. I am currently in charge of the constitution of several Chinese e-Learning Technology Standards, including Content Packaging and Course Sequencing.
Cai YunzeAssociate Professor
State estimation and Robust filtering theories, especially for time-lagged systems
Information modeling and fusion for Complex systems
His research interests include Information Theory (especially Shannon Channel Capacity and Network Coding), Coding Theory (especially Hamming Distance, Constant Composition and Constant Weight Code, Periodic Sequence) and Computer Security (especially Virtual Machine Security).
In 2006, his cooperative IT paper "On constant composition codes over Zq" was cited and listed by a cutting-edge review on powerline communication in the Triennial Issue ‘Mathematics and physics' (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences), see ``Powerline communication and the 36 officers problem", vol.364, pp. 3199-3214, 2006. In 2008, his cooperative paper "The relative generalized Hamming weight of linear q-ary codes and their subcodes" (published in Designs, Codes and Cryptography, vol.48, no.2, pp.111-123) was listed firstly in a memorial issue for IEEE Fellow T. Kl?ve.
Guo XiaojunAssociate Professor
thin-film transistors and circuits, organic/printed electronics, flexible display technologies, driving technologies for displays
Zhu YanminAssociate Professor
Wireless Sensor Networks, Ad Hoc Networks, Vehicle Ad Hoc Networks, Distributed and Parallel Systems, Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing, and Policy-based Management for Distributed Systems
Feng DonghanAssociate Prof.
power system economics (including electricity market design, participants’ strategies and risk management, the application of economic theories and approaches in the power industry currently in deregulation)
He DiAssociate Professor
Wireless Communications, Communication Signal Processing, Nonlinear System and Applications
Mao YimeiAssociate Professor
Dr. Mao has a joint background in Engineering and Computer Science.She maintains diverse and active research in the areas of automatic test systems, virtual instrument, electromagnetic non-destructive testing & evaluation, ultrasonic non-destructive testing & evaluation, and signal processing.
Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Computer Vision, Information Hiding, Complex Networks
1. 3D Video and Image Processing, Digital Television Technology;
2. DSP and Embedded System;
3. System Architecture and Design
Electromagnetic theory, signal/power integrity problem of integrated circuits and packaging, and design of microwave circuits.
Lu CunyueAssociate Professor
Piezoelectric composites and their applications, Ultrasonic motors and actuators, Integrated micro sensors, Energy harvesting