Hefei University of Technology

www.hfut.edu.cn
Hefei, China

Hefei University of Technology is a major university in China, with particular strength in Engineering and Management Science. It is located in Hefei, the capital of the Anhui Province.Hefei University of Technology is a national key university administrated directly by the Ministry of Education. It has been listed in major national initiatives seeking to enhance the international competitiveness of the top-tier universities in China such as Project 211 and Project 985 Innovation Platform.Since its founding in 1945, it has been committed to cultivating talent with excellence, advancing science and technology, pushing social development, and promoting culture, with the spirit best manifested in the university motto "pursuing virtue and knowledge, seeking truth and innovation".HFUT has four campuses – Tunxilu, Lu'anlu, Feicuihu and Xuancheng – covering an area of about 3,417,390 m². The first three campuses are located in Hefei, the provincial capital of Anhui, and the fourth is in Xuancheng, a city about 194 kilometers away from Hefei.Campuses in Hefei have 19 schools covering a wide range of fields with a strong focus on engineering science. The schools offer 82 undergraduate programs, 32 first-level disciplines with authorization to confer master degrees, 12 first-level disciplines for doctoral programs as well as 12 post-doctoral programs. 4 disciplines are selected as national key disciplines and 28 are provincial key disciplines. The university has 1 state key lab, 1 national engineering lab, 4 national university-industry joint engineering research centers and 46 research centers at the ministerial or provincial level as well as 1 national A-level architectural design and research institute. The campus in Xuancheng has 5 departments.The university has a high-level faculty team consisting of 1,824 full-time teachers, among whom 33 enjoy special government allowances of the State Council in recognition of outstanding achievements in their fields. It also boasts 1 academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 8 distinguished experts of the national Thousand Talents Program, 6 accredited professors and 7 chair professors of Yangtze Scholar Program, 5 granted with funds from the National Outstanding Youth Science Foundation, 1 member of Disciplinary Appraisal Panel of the State Council, 1 member of Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council, 10 winners of the national awards for top teachers, etc. The efforts of the dedicated faculty empower the advancement of the university. At present, HFUT enrolls 29,480 undergraduate students and 11,800 graduate students. It has made remarkable achievements in student education. Throughout the years, key disciplines, courses, textbooks, teaching and experiment centers, teaching staff of HFUT have won numerous awards at all levels, highly reputed in China. It is among the first batch of 61 pilot colleges and universities to conduct the Education and Development Plan for Outstanding Engineers initiated by the Ministry of Education. About 200 projects carried out by HFUT students have been funded by the National University Student Innovation Program. HFUT is dedicated to educating its graduates to become innovative engineering talents with professional proficiency, positive working attitude and entrepreneurship.HFUT sticks to innovation and the integration of teaching, research and production. It has a long-established, application-oriented research culture, and it is keen to support the academics in conducting research that has impact and practical value. It is committed to promoting the development of regional economy by catering to the strategic objectives and needs of the industries, the community and the nation. In 2013, the university has an annual research funding in science of over RMB 447 million. The applications for invention patents total 357, of which 204 are licensed; besides, 82 computer software patents are granted. In recent years, HFUT has won 5 national science-and-technology-related awards, and 19 first prizes at the ministerial or provincial level.HFUT is actively pursuing connections with leading institutions through academic partnerships with top universities worldwide. By supporting a wide range of collaborative activities including faculty and student exchange projects, joint supervision plan and international programs at all levels, HFUT has established academic links with more than 30 prestigious universities around the world, such as Ohio State University in U.S.A. Meanwhile, hundreds of international students from over 30 countries and regions are studying at HFUT.Hefei University of Technology, with its 70-year achievements in several key disciplines, is now striving for even greater success with the ultimate goal of becoming a top innovative university with international prestige and distinctive features. Wikipedia.


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News Article | May 10, 2017
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SOUTHFIELD, MI, May 10, 2017-- Dr. Xin Xie has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.Continuous achievements have been the norm for Dr. Xin since graduating from the Hefei University of Technology in 2010. Since earning his Bachelor of Science in engineering, he's hit the ground running in the engineering field, expertly bolting between teaching about the industry to researching it in all of its facets to publishing those results in acclaimed journals. Dr. Xin relocated to Michigan after attending college in China to pursue a Master of Science and Ph.D. at Oakland University between 2010 and 2016; he was also a teaching and research assistant at the school during that time. After earning his graduate and doctoral degrees in 2012 and 2016, respectively, Dr. Xin became an assistant professor at Lawrence Technological University, where he currently teaches.Dr. Xin's scientific proficiency has grown beyond the classroom and onto the pages of 32 professional journals. In addition to authoring "Digital Shearography: New Developments and Applications," he's written over 30 industry related research articles; among those are the upcoming "Whole-field thickness strain measurement using multiple camera digital image correlation system," "Polarized Digital Shearography for Simultaneous Dual Shearing Direction Measurements," "Measurement of Aluminum Edge Stretching Limit Using 3D Digital Image Correlation," and "Tensile Test for Polymer Plastics with Extreme Large Elongation Using Quad-Camera Digital Image Correlation."For his contributions to the engineering field, Dr. Xin was awarded the Most Outstanding Thesis Award by Oakland University in 2012 and inclusion into "The Top Ten Reviewers for Optical Engineering in 2015" as determined by the SPIE - International Society for Optical Engineering. He is also a member of the latter, as well as SAE International and The Optical Society.About Marquis Who's Who :Since 1899, when A. N. Marquis printed the First Edition of Who's Who in America , Marquis Who's Who has chronicled the lives of the most accomplished individuals and innovators from every significant field of endeavor, including politics, business, medicine, law, education, art, religion and entertainment. Today, Who's Who in America remains an essential biographical source for thousands of researchers, journalists, librarians and executive search firms around the world. Marquis now publishes many Who's Who titles, including Who's Who in America , Who's Who in the World , Who's Who in American Law , Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare , Who's Who in Science and Engineering , and Who's Who in Asia . Marquis publications may be visited at the official Marquis Who's Who website at www.marquiswhoswho.com


Patent
Hefei University of Technology | Date: 2015-10-19

A quantum evolution method includes steps of: according to the quantum evolution method, initializing a generation number t=0, and initializing a population Q(t)={q_(1)^(t), q_(2)^(t), . . . , q_(n)^(t)}; observing Q(t) and generating P(t)={x _(1)^(t), x_(2)^(t), . . . , x_(n)^(t)}, wherein represents strings comprising 0 or 1 with a length of m; evaluating each x_(i)^(t )with an evaluation function, and inputting evaluating results into a fitness function F(t), F(t)={f_(1)^(t), f_(2)^(t). . . , f_(n)^(t)}, wherein f_(i)^(t )represents a fitness of each individual; selecting an elite group E(t) from P(t) according to the fitness; evolving Q(t) through U(_(ij)^(t)); inputting an optimal solution b of P(t) into B(t), wherein if the optimal solution is better than an original optimal solution in B(t), then replacing the original optimal solution; otherwise remaining the original optimal solution; and judging a shutdown condition, if satisfied, outputting the optimal solution; otherwise returning to the step (2) for further evolution. The method can effectively control a quantum evolution direction and improve method stability.


Patent
Hefei University of Technology | Date: 2016-04-12

A charge wake-up circuit for a battery management system (BMS) for an electric vehicle, the circuit including a charging plug connection circuit, a comparator circuit, and a DC wake-up circuit. The charge wake-up circuit monitors the state of the charger after the BMS turns off. If the charger charges the battery pack after the BMS turns off, the BMS will be started by the charge wake-up circuit and continue to monitor the battery pack. If the charger is off-line, the BMS will maintain the low-power state to prevent the automotive lead-acid battery from over-discharging.


Patent
Hefei University of Technology | Date: 2015-02-11

A combined rope-rod-driven parallel palletizing robot, comprises a chassis, wherein, a base driving mechanism is arranged on the chassis, a torque transfer mechanism is mounted on the base driving mechanism, a top gearbox is mounted on the top of the torque transfer mechanism, a gib arm is movably connected to the top gearbox, and a mechanical arm end tool is arranged on the movable end of the gib arm to operate a work object; the robot further comprises three steel wire rope drivers and three corresponding steel wire ropes, the three steel wire rope drivers are located on the chassis and evenly distributed around the base driving mechanism. In the present invention, the top gearbox and the torque transfer mechanism are driven by a rope to execute two-freedom spatial movement, so as to do palletizing work in a bigger work space.


A method for predicting a remaining useful life of a lithium battery based on a wavelet denoising and a relevance vector machine, relating to a method for estimating health condition and predicting remaining useful life of lithium battery, includes steps of: (1) obtaining health condition data of each of charge-discharge cycles of the lithium battery by measurement; (2) processing capacity data measured of the lithium battery with wavelet double denoising; (3) calculating a capacity threshold where the lithium battery fails; (4) referring to capacity data and charge-discharge cycle data of the lithium battery, applying a differential evolution algorithm for optimizing a width factor of the relevance vector machine; and (5) predicting the remaining useful life of the lithium battery with the relevance vector machine optimized by the differential evolution algorithm. The method is simple and effective, which can accurately predict remaining useful life of lithium battery.


Grant
Agency: European Commission | Branch: H2020 | Program: FCH2-RIA | Phase: FCH-04.3-2014 | Award Amount: 1.51M | Year: 2015

The aim of the HySEA project is to conduct pre-normative research on vented deflagrations in enclosures and containers for hydrogen energy applications. The ambition is to facilitate the safe and successful introduction of hydrogen energy systems by introducing harmonized standard vent sizing requirements. The partners in the HySEA consortium have extensive experience from experimental and numerical investigations of hydrogen explosions. The experimental program features full-scale vented deflagration experiments in standard ISO containers, and includes the effect of obstacles simulating levels of congestion representative of industrial systems. The project also entails the development of a hierarchy of predictive models, ranging from empirical engineering models to sophisticated computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element (FE) tools. The specific objectives of HySEA are: - To generate experimental data of high quality for vented deflagrations in real-life enclosures and containers with congestion levels representative of industrial practice; - To characterize different strategies for explosion venting, including hinged doors, natural vent openings, and commercial vent panels; - To invite the larger scientific and industrial safety community to submit blind-predictions for the reduced explosion pressure in selected well-defined explosion scenarios; - To develop, verify and validate engineering models and CFD-based tools for reliable predictions of pressure loads in vented explosions; - To develop and validate predictive tools for overpressure (P) and impulse (I), and produce P-I diagrams for typical structures with relevance for hydrogen energy applications; - To use validated CFD codes to explore explosion hazards and mitigating measures in larger enclosures, such as warehouses; and - To formulate recommendations for improvements to European (EN-14994), American (NFPA 68), and other relevant standards for vented explosions.


Popov A.A.,Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research | Yang S.,Hefei University of Technology | Dunsch L.,Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research
Chemical Reviews | Year: 2013

One of the attractive properties of the hollow carbon clusters, known as fullerenes, is the possibility to use them as robust containers for other species. The field of chemical derivatization of EMFs has flourished in the past decade. Many cyclo- as well as radical addition reactions of EMFs are described forming a basis for the targeted synthesis of EMF-based functional materials. The a plications for EMFs as MRI contrasting agents and as electron-accepting blocks in photovoltaic devices are now considered as the most promising. Importantly, the reactivity and addition patterns of EMFs are significantly different from those of empty fullerenes. Advanced synthetic approaches and the progress in separation techniques dramatically improved the situation with availability of the EMF samples, which resulted in more dedicated and detailed studies of their structural, electronic, physical, and chemical properties. In the 1990s the field of the EMFs remained in the shadow of the empty fullerenes, which often resulted in the blind transfer of the guidelines, structural and chemical properties revealed for the empty fullerenes onto EMFs.


Zheng Y.-F.,Hefei University of Technology
Chemical Geology | Year: 2012

Chemical geodynamics is an integrated discipline that studies the geochemical structure and tectonic evolution of geospheres with the aim of linking tectonic processes to geochemical products in the Earth system. It was primarily focused on mantle geochemistry, with an emphasis on geochemical recycling in oceanic subduction zones. It has been extended to geochemical reworking and recycling under high-pressure (HP) to ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) conditions in all convergent plate margins. In particular, UHP terranes, along with UHP metamorphic minerals and rocks in continental subduction zones, represent natural laboratories for investigating geochemical transport and fluid action during subduction and exhumation of continental crust. As a result of this extension, the study of UHP terranes has significantly advanced our understanding of tectonic processes in collisional orogens. This understanding has principally benefited from the deciphering of petrological and geochemical records in deeply subducted crustal rocks that occur in different petrotectonic settings. This review focuses on the following issues in continental subduction zones: the time and duration of UHP metamorphism, the origin and action of metamorphic fluid/melt inside UHP slices, the element and isotope mobilities under HP to UHP conditions during continental collision, the origin of premetamorphic protoliths and its bearing on continental collision types, and the crustal detachment and crust-mantle interaction in subduction channels. The synthesis presented herein suggests that the nature of premetamorphic protoliths is a key to the type of collisional orogens and the size of UHP terranes. The source mixing in subduction channels is a basic mechanism responsible for the geochemical diversity of continental and oceanic basaltic rocks. Therefore, the geochemical study of HP to UHP metamorphic rocks and their derivatives has greatly facilitated our understanding of the geodynamic processes that drive the tectonic evolution of convergent plate margins from oceanic subduction to continental collision. Consequently, the study of chemical geodynamics has been developed from oceanic subduction zones to continental collision zones, and it has enabled important contributions to development of plate tectonic theory. © 2012 Elsevier B.V.


Xu J.S.,Hefei University of Technology
Nature communications | Year: 2010

It is well known that many operations in quantum information processing depend largely on a special kind of quantum correlation, that is, entanglement. However, there are also quantum tasks that display the quantum advantage without entanglement. Distinguishing classical and quantum correlations in quantum systems is therefore of both fundamental and practical importance. In consideration of the unavoidable interaction between correlated systems and the environment, understanding the dynamics of correlations would stimulate great interest. In this study, we investigate the dynamics of different kinds of bipartite correlations in an all-optical experimental setup. The sudden change in behaviour in the decay rates of correlations and their immunity against certain decoherences are shown. Moreover, quantum correlation is observed to be larger than classical correlation, which disproves the early conjecture that classical correlation is always greater than quantum correlation. Our observations may be important for quantum information processing.


Cui C.-H.,Hefei University of Technology | Yu S.-H.,Hefei University of Technology
Accounts of Chemical Research | Year: 2013

In order for fuel cells to have commercial viability as alternative fuel sources, researchers need to develop highly active and robust fuel cell electrocatalysts. In recent years, the focus has been on the design and synthesis of novel catalytic materials with controlled interface and surface structures. Another goal is to uncover potential catalytic activity and selectivity, as well as understand their fundamental catalytic mechanisms. Scientists have achieved great progress in the experimental and theoretical investigation due to the urgent demand for broad commercialization of fuel cells in automotive applications. However, there are still three main problems: cost, performance, and stability. To meet these targets, the catalyst needs to have multisynergic functions. In addition, the composition and structure changes of the catalysts during the reactions still need to be explored.Activity in catalytic nanomaterials is generally controlled by the size, shape, composition, and interface and surface engineering. As such, one-dimensional nanostructures such as nanowires and nanotubes are of special interest. However, these structures tend to lose the nanoparticle morphology and inhibit the use of catalysts in both fuel cell anodes and cathodes. In 2003, Rubinstein and co-workers proposed the idea of nanoparticle nanotubes (NNs), which combine the geometry of nanotubes and the morphology of nanoparticles. This concept gives both the high surface-to-volume ratio and the size effect, which are both appealing in electrocatalyst design.In this Account, we describe our developments in the construction of highly active NNs with unique surface and heterogeneous interface structures. We try to clarify enhanced activity and stability in catalytic systems by taking into account the activity impact factors. We briefly introduce material structural effects on the electrocatalytic reactivity including metal oxide/metal and metal/metal interfaces, dealloyed pure Pt, and mixed Pt/Pd surfaces. In addition, we discuss the geometric structure and surface composition changes and evolutions on the activity, selectivity, and stability under fuel cell operation conditions. We expect that these nanostructured materials with particular nanostructured characteristics, physical and chemical properties, and remarkable structure changes will offer new opportunities for wide scientific communities. © 2013 American Chemical Society.

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