Vice President of Shanghai Advanced Research Institute, CAS
Education and Appointments
Huang Weiguang was born in 1962. He received his PhD in Kyushu University, and worked as Post-doctoral fellow in Institute of Engineering Thermophysics (IET) of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) from 1991-1993. He served as Vice Director and Director of IET from 1998-2010. He was appointed Director of Center for Clean Energy Technology (CCET) of CAS in 2008. He is now Vice President of Shanghai Advanced Research Institute, CAS.
Research Interests and Honors
Prof. Huang’s main research interests include smart grid, computational fluid dynamics, gas turbine technology and supersonic combustion, etc. He has made significant achievements in these areas, and has published several well-recognized books such as Aerothermodynamics. Prof. Huang won CAS Young Scientists Second Prize in 1993, National Science and Technology Progress Second Award in 2000, and the National Natural Science Second Prize in 2003.