Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Shrink finds Ji-Huan He's Curriculum Vitae

The last two entries under Associate Editorships are new to us! The Master list of Ji-Huan He's editorial positions has been updated with this latest information.

Here it is on the Serbian Web site for the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Nis.

Here is the direct link to the doc file:

The file properties show a content creation date of July 10, 2004. Here's what's in it besides the picture of him with his colleagues at Donghua University:

Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Ji-Huan He

College of Science, Donghua University, P.O.Box 471, Shanghai 200051, China
jhhe@dhu.edu.cn, IJNSNS@yahoo.com.cn

Dr. Ji-Huan He was born on 5 March, 1965, in Zhuji City, Zhejiang Province, China. He received his Master degree in field of Mechanical Engineering and Ph.D. degree in field of Aerodynamics of Turbomachinery from Shanghai University in 1990 and 1997 respectively. He is author or co-author of over 100 publications in scientific journals and conference proceedings.

Dr. He has proposed the following theories or techniques in field of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics:

  • Semi-Inverse Method of Establishing Variational Principles (Inverse Problem of the Calculus of Variations)
  • Variational Iteration Method
  • New Perturbation Techniques (including Homotopy Perturbation method, Linearized Perturbation Method, and Parametrized Perturbation Method, and so on)
  • Variational-Based Meshless Method

1983-1987 Xi'an Institute of Metallurgy & Construction Engineering, Majoring in Construction Engineering, Dept. Mech. Engineering
1987-1990 Shanghai university of Technology, Majoring in Pneumatical System & Control, Dept. Mech. Engineering, Thesis for Master's Degree: Reliability Analysis of Pneumatical Cylinder
1993-1996 Ph.D. of Shanghai University under supervision of Prof. Gao-Lian Liu, Majoring in Fluid Mechanics , Thesis for Doctor Degree: A New Approach to Establishing Generalized Variational Principles and C.C. Lin's Constraints
1997-2002 Shanghai University, Shanghai Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics
2002- Full Professor, College of Science, Dong H

Professional Experiences
1990-1992 Engineer of Zhuji Manufactory of Chain Equipment
1992-1993 Chief-Engineer of Zhuji Manufactory of Fluid Lubrication Bearings

International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation (ISSN No. 1565-1339, http://www.ijnsns.com, Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2000-)

Regional Editor
Chaos, Solitons and Fractals

Associate Editorships
  • International Journal of Turbo and Jet-Engines, Editor-in-Chief : Benjamin Gal-Or (ISSN0334-0082)
  • Journal of Computational Technologies(ISSN No.1560-7534,Editor-in-Chief: Yu.I. Shokin)
  • Facta Universitatis, Series: Mechanics, Automatics Control and Robotics (editor-in-chief: Katica (Stevanovic) Hedrih ,YU ISSN 0354-2009
  • Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics (ISSN 0042-790X, editor-in-chief: V. Novak)
  • Nonlinear Oscillation (Ukraine, 2001-)
  • Siberian Journal of Numerical Mathematics (Ukraine, 2002-)

Main Scientific Activities
Variational Theory in Fluids, Solid, and Smart Materials, Nonlinear Analytical Methods(Perturbation Techniques), Numerical Simulation (Fininte Element Methods, Meshfree Particle Methods), Mechanics in textile industry

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