On December 1st, Professor Li Wenxing, of the College of Information and Communication Engineering of our school, was selected as ACES Fellow by the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society (ACES).
The ACES Fellow title is awarded to internationally renowned experts and scholars who have made outstanding contributions in the fields of Computational Simulation Electromagnetics and Electromagnetic Engineering. The American Society for Applied Computational Electromagnetics was established in 1985.Since 2018, the Society has selected 34 fellows worldwide.
Professor Li Wenxing, is the Director of the Ship Electromagnetic Compatibility Research Center of our school, the Deputy Editor of the SCI, ACES research journal, a member of the professional team of the Armed Forces Equipment Development Department (formerly General Equipment Department) and an expert in the Naval Pre-research expert group. He has published more than 100 papers and 4 monographs in both Chinese and English. He has contributed to Electromagnetic Engineering, Simulation, Adaptive Antennas, Active Antenna Technology and other fields.
Founded in 1985, the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society (ACES), www.aces-society.org, is based in Denver, Colorado, USA. It is amongst the most influential, professional societies in the field of International Computational Electromagnetics. ACES was initiated by the US Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., and was designed to address the challenges of United States in the Electromagnetic field. It has established into an internationally influential institute of Computational Electromagnetics. At present, the society has one SCI and one EI journal each.
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