Prof. Shao liyang is a vice dean of school of innovation and entrepreneurship, a researcher and doctoral supervisor in the department of electronic and electrical engineering in Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech). He received his Ph.D. in Optical Engineering in Zhejiang University in 2008. He worked in many world leading universities and research institutions, including Carleton University, The University of Sydney, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Nanyang Technological University. Prof. Shao’s main research interests are distributed optical fiber sensing, fiber grating, fiber laser, photonic crystal fiber devices, micro-fiber (Nano-fiber) devices and sensing, microwave photonic sensing measurement, etc. At present, he has published more than 150 academic papers in major international journals and conferences, including more than 100 SCI papers, 2 international magazine review articles and more than 10 international conference reports. His total citation is over 3500 times (cited by others more than 2500 times according to SCI database). Besides, he also owns more than 10 China patents. His research “Microfiber Vector Tiltmeter” has been reproduced by Nature Photonic as Research Spotlight.
At present, he has undertaken more than 10 scientific research projects, such as the international cooperation project of the ministry of science and technology, National Natural Science Foundation of China (surface project), the high-level talent introduction fund of Sichuan province, the major project of the provincial science and technology department, the scientific research launch project of Shenzhen municipal government, and the outstanding young scholars fund of Southern University of Science and Technology. The vertical funding is nearly 10 million.
D. (joint program with Hong Kong Polytechnic University) 2008 Optical Engineering, Zhejiang University Sep.2003-Jun. 2008
A. Optoelectronic Information Engineering, Zhejiang University Sep.1997-Jun. 2001
2018-Present Vice President of the school of innovation and entrepreneurship, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
2017-Present Associate Professor & Researcher Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
2018-Sep.2018 Visiting Professor, School of Computing and Communications, University of Technology Sydney
2013-Jul. 2017 Professor School of Information Science and Technology, Southwest Jiaotong University, Sichuan Province, China
2015-Aug.2017 Visiting Professor, School of Electronics and Computer Engineering, University of Ottawa, Canada
2011-Aug.2013 Postdoctoral Fellow Department of Electrical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
2012-Sep.2012 Senior Visiting Scholar Photon Crosslink Laboratory, The University of Sydney, Australia
2009-Aug.2011 Postdoctoral Fellow Department of Electrical Engineering, Carleton University, Canada
Aug.2006-Jun. 2009 Research Assistant Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Novel Micro-Structured Fiber and Its Application;
Brillouin Scattering based Distributed Fiber Sensing Technology;
Phase-Sensitive Optical Time Domain Reflectometry;
Microwave Photonic Sensing and Measurement;
Lidar for Security Application;
Applied Research of Optical Information and Sensing Technology on Rail Transit, Perimeter Monitoring, Earthquake Detection, Structure Health Monitoring, etc.
2019, Overseas High-level Talent Introduction Plan of Shenzhen( Level B )
2018, SUSTech Distinguished Young Scholars
2017, Outstanding Contribution Expertsof Sichuan Province
2016, ZhanTianyou Railway Scientific Awards for Young Scholars
2014, Overseas High-level Talent Introduction Plan of SichuanProvince
2012, “Endeavour Scholarship & Fellowship”by Australian Department of Education
We are looking for ambitious, creative, and self-motivated postdocs, PhD students and research assistants. Postdoc position requires a major in optics, physics, signal processing or a similar background.
Office: Room 208，Taizhou Building, SUSTech
Phone (o): +86 755 8801 8136