Vice President Xi Guang
Member of CPC XJTU Committee and the CPCXJTU Standing Committee
He takes charge of XJTU’s affairs oninternational communication and exchanges, exchanges with Hong Kong, Macao& Taiwan, humanities and social sciences studies and think-tankconstruction as well as alumni affairs.
The departments under his directleadership include Department of International Cooperation & Exchange,Office of Hong Kong, Macao & Taiwan Affairs, Department of Social SciencesResearch, Section for Alumni Affairs and School of International Education.
Professor Xi Guang, a doctoral supervisor,was born in October 1963. He got his Ph.D in fluid machinery and engineering atXi’an Jiaotong University. He, as a senior visiting scholar, studied at theMachinery Department of the Imperial College of London from 1994 to 1996. Heonce served as the vice-dean of the XJTU’s School of Energy and PowerEngineering, the director of former science and technology department, deputydirector of the Institute of Science & Technology and Assistant to XJTUpresident.
Hismajor research fields: Application foundationand engineering technology development in such fields as optimized design offluid machinery, computational fluid dynamics, and micro gas turbines
He has won a Second Prize of the NationalScientific and Technological Progress Award, two First Prizes of the Scientificand Technological Progress Award of the Ministry of Education of China, theScience & Technology Award for Young and Middle-aged Talents (in 1998), andthe title of Outstanding Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars in ShaanxiProvince. As a leading researcher, he has presided over and engaged in about 20projects under such state-level programs as General Program of National NaturalScience Foundation of China, programs of NationalScience Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, programs of Trans-CenturyTraining Programme Foundation for the Talents by the Ministry of Education of Chinaand Program 863, as well as enterprise programs. He has published 180academic papers, of which about 130 are included in the SCI-indexed journals.