Zhou Donghua was selected as IEEE Fellow
- November 23, 2018 /
- News & Events
On November 21, 2019, Professor Zhou Donghua of Shandong University of Science and Technology was elected member of the Association of Electronic and Electrical Engineers of the United States for his outstanding contribution in the field of dynamic system reliability and maintenance technology. He is the only candidate in Shandong Province.
Zhou Donghua is a professor and doctoral supervisor of Automation College of Shandong University of Science andTechnology. He is mainly engaged in the field of dynamic system fault diagnosis, fault-tolerant control and operational safety assessment. His team has made important contributions in these fields.
The American Association of Electrical andElectronic Engineers (IEEE) is one of the largest non-profit professional technical associations in the world. It has been committed to promoting the development and application of electrical and electronic technology. It has more than400,000 members in more than 160 countries around the world. Its Fellow is an individual who has made outstanding achievements in some related fields awarded by the board of directors. Every year, the number of new members does not exceed one thousandth of the total membership. As the highest level of membership, IEEE members are recognized as authoritative honors and important professional achievements in academic and technological circles.