Two experts are appointed as HEU guest professors

On April 18th, David L Bradley, professor of the University of New Hampshire, and Stanley Dosso, professor of the University of Victoria were appointed as HEU guest professors. YAO Limin, Vice President of HEU attended the appointment ceremony and issued the appointment letter and HEU school badges to the two professors.

Professor Bradley has been engaged in the research of the underwater acoustic propagation, the scattering of complex ocean boundary, and the noise of marine environment for a long time. Bradley once served as director of the NATO Underwater Research Center; superintendent of the Acoustics Division of the Naval Research Laboratory; and technical adviser to the naval operation.

His pioneering contributions to the field of acoustics have been recognized with many awards within the ASA and the Department of the Navy. They include the Meritorious Civilian Service Award, 1982; and Superior Civilian Service Award, in 1993 from the Department of the Navy. He was elected president of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) from 2012 – 2013. He has published nearly one hundred high-level academic papers and scientific reports, and enjoys a great reputation in the research of ocean acoustics around the world.

 Stanley Dosso, doctor of the University of British Columbia, now serves as professor and the Dean the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of Victoria. Professor Dosso has been engaged in the research of the geoacoustics parameter perception, localization and tracking based on the Bayesian method. He is a fellow of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA), a member of the American Geophysical Union, and is currently as member of the Canadian Acoustical Association (CAA), having served as CAA President from 2003-07. He was awarded the 2004 ASA Medwin Prize in Acoustical Oceanography for work in ocean acoustic inversion, and the 2006 Teaching Excellence Award in Science by the University of Victoria. He has published more than 150 high-level papers in journals, with most of published in America acoustical journals and marine engineering journals.

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