Guoqian Chen is a professor of systems ecology and sustainability science at Peking University, China. He has a wide spectrum of research interests including climate thermodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer, energy policy, systems ecological modelling, ecological economics, global and regional sustainability studies, systems input-output technique. With distinguished contributions as marked by around 300 publications in prestigious journals, Prof. Chen has won a series of awards and honors, including Elsevier Atlas Award, Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers Award, Thomson Reuters China Citation Laureate. He served as editor, associate editor or advisory member for 50 international journals.
Wenxian Yang received the PhD. D. degree in mechanical engineering from Xi’an Jiaotong University, in 1999. Then, he did research in the City University of Hong Kong, from 2001 to 2002, Nottingham Trent University, from 2002 to 2004, Cranfield University, from 2004 to 2007, the University of Durham, from 2007 to 2009, and the U.K. Offshore Renewable Energy CATAPULT Centre, from 2009 to 2013. In May 2013, he joined Newcastle University as a Lecturer, where he was promoted to Senior Lecturer, in 2018. With the expertise in machine condition monitoring, fault diagnosis, signal processing, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, system reliability analysis, and reliability design, he has been consistently striving to use advanced condition monitoring and reliability analysis techniques to help the enterprises to increase economic benefits by lowering the downtime and operation and maintenance costs of their production equipment.
Gordon Huang is a professor at University of Regina, Canada. Gordon is a President of International Society for Environmental Information Sciences. His research interests are Water resources and environmental systems engineering, Simulation of hydrological and environmental systems. prof. Huang published more than 20,000 Journals.