Professor Yingsong LI was Selected As a Fellow of American Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society

On December 20th, Professor Yingsong LI, from College of Information and Communication Engineering of HEU, was selected as Fellow (ACES ) by the American Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society.


Yingsong LI, Professor of College of Information and Communication Engineering, doctoral tutor, was selected in Heilongjiang Province, “Longjiang Science and Technology Talent” Special Support Program, “Head” team of Heilongjiang Province. He has published more than 140 SCI research papers and has 11authorized invention patents. He has won 5 excellent paper awards, has 2800 times Google academic citation, five papers of ESI high cited and has chaired more than 20 National key research and development programs as well as, other projects Professor LI has made great contributions in the fields of Electromagnetic Engineering, Antenna theory, Technology and Adaptive signal and array signal processing.


The American Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society is awarded to internationally renowned experts and scholars, who have made outstanding contributions to the fields of Computational Electromagnetics, simulation and Electromagnetic Engineering. From its establishment in 1985 to 2019, Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society has selected 35 fellows worldwide. Founded in 1985, Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society is the most authoritative professional society in the field of Computing Electromagnetics. It was founded by the U.S. Naval Graduate School in Monterrey, California. ACES was originally designed to address a range of challenges in the Electromagnetic field in the United States, and has since, developed into an internationally authoritative professional institute of Computing Electromagnetics.

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