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[转载]热烈祝贺黄永刚、张东晓等多位华人科学家当选美国工程院院士

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美东时间2月8日,美国国家工程院公布2017度新科院士名单,84名院士、22名外籍院士当选,其中有多位著名华人学者,包括黄永刚、沈向洋、张东晓等人。

西北大学黄永刚教授因在可伸展电子器件力学及机械引导三维自组装方面的先驱工作当选。黄永刚教授毕业于北京大学,出生于力学世家,是清华大学教授黄克智院士的公子,父子二人均为国际固体力学领域的领袖人物。黄教授也是继锁志刚、高华健之后近年第三位当选美国工程院院士的华人固体力学家。


张东晓教授现任北京大学工学院院长,因在多孔介质流体随机模拟的先驱工作而当选。张东晓教授本科毕业于东北大学,曾在美国南加州大学和奥克拉荷马大学任职,入选中组部千人计划,协助陈十一教授创办北京大学工学院。

沈向洋博士是微软全球执行副总裁,主管微软技术与研发部门,因在计算机视觉与图形学的突出贡献、以及在业界的研发领导力而当选。沈向洋是南京人,本科毕业于东南大学。值得一提的是,沈向洋当选的是美国工程院外籍院士。


今日当选的华人学者,还有伯克利的Tsu-Jae King Liu教授、UCLA的Jingsheng Cong教授,两人均担任校级行政职务,而且Cong教授也毕业于北京大学。另外,还有RPI的周祖康教授通用电气副总裁Xiangli Chen,  和太平洋西北国家实验室Lai-yung Ruby Leung。


以下为新科院士全体名单:


New Members

Allen, David T., Melvin H. Gertz Regents Chair in Chemical Engineering, McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Texas, Austin. For contributions to improving air quality and for developments in sustainable engineering education and practice.

Arruda, Ellen M., professor, macromolecular science and engineering, department of mechanical engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  For pioneering research in polymer and tissue mechanics and their application in innovative commercial products.

Asphahani, Aziz I., chief executive officer, QuesTek Innovations LLC, Evanston, Ill.  For executive leadership in STEM education, integrated computer design of materials, and invention and production of corrosion-resistant alloys.

Boger, David Vernon, professor, department of chemical engineering, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia.  For discoveries and fundamental research on elastic and particulate fluids and their application to waste minimization in the minerals industry.

Bose, Arindam, consultant in business organization, biotechnology, bioengineering, and biosimilars, AbiologicsB LLC, Pawcatuck, Conn. For innovations in the manufacture of biologics and service to the professional society organizations that represent the biopharmaceutical industry.

Bose, Bimal K., consultant and emeritus professor, department of electrical engineering and computer science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  For contributions to advancing power electronics technology and power conversion and education.

Bostick, Thomas P., senior vice president, environment sector, Intrexon Corp., Germantown, Md.  For development of new approaches to hurricane protection and for leadership of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Boulanger, Ross W., professor and director, Center for Geotechnical Engineering, department of civil and environmental engineering, University of California, Davis.  For contributions to geotechnical earthquake engineering and the development of procedures for evaluating seismic behavior of soil-structure systems.

Budnitz, Robert J., staff scientist, earth sciences division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley.  For advancement of seismic probabilistic risk assessments and their application to nuclear power facilities.

Cabuz, Cleopatra, vice president of engineering, Honeywell Industrial Safety, Honeywell Corp., Golden Valley, Minn.  For contributions to sensors, microelectromechanical technologies, and development of industrial and safety products.

Ceder, Gerbrand, Chancellor’s Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, University of California, Berkeley.  For the development of practical computational materials design and its application to the improvement of energy storage technology.

Chen, Xiangli, vice president, General Electric Co., and president, GE China Technology Center, Shanghai.  For pioneering work in optical sensing and precision laser processing, and for leadership in globalizing industrial research and development.

Chong, Dianne, retired vice president, assembly, factory, and support technologies, Boeing Engineering, Operations, and Technology, Boeing Co., Bellevue, Wash.  For advances in process and production technologies for composites in large commercial aerospace vehicles.

Chow, Joe H., professor, electrical and computer systems engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N.Y.  For technical contributions to the modeling, analysis, and control of large-scale power systems.

Cong, Jingsheng Jason, Chancellor's Professor and director, Center for Dynamic-Specific Computing, computer science department, University of California, Los Angeles. For pioneering contributions to application-specific programmable logic via innovations in field-programmable gate array synthesis.

Crocker, James H., vice president, international, and general manager, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co., Littleton, Colo.  For technical leadership and engineering contributions in astrophysics and planetary exploration.

Dankberg, Mark David, chairman and chief executive officer, ViaSat Inc., Carlsbad, Calif.  For contributions to broadband Internet communications via satellite.

Daskin, Mark S., Clyde W. Johnson Collegiate Professor and chair, department of industrial and operations engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  For leadership and creative contributions to location optimization and its application to industrial, service, and medical systems.

Diffie, Bailey Whitfield, adviser, Black Ridge Technology, Redwood City, Calif.  For the invention of public key cryptography and for broader contributions to privacy.

Dindoruk, Birol, principal technical expert of reservoir engineering, Shell Technology Center, Shell International E&P Inc., Houston.  For significant theoretical and practical contributions to enhanced oil recovery and CO2 sequestration.

Dogru, Ali H., chief technologist and fellow, computational modeling technology, EXPEC ARC (Exploration and Petroleum Engineering Center – Advanced Research Center), Saudi Aramco/Saudi Arabian Oil Co., Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.  For the development of high-performance computing in hydrocarbon reservoir simulation.

Ducharme, Eric H., general manager, advanced technology, GE Aviation, Cincinnati.  For advancing the state of the art in composite fan technology and developing industry-leading aircraft engine technologies.

Entekhabi, Dara, Bacardi and Stockholm Water Foundations Professor, department of civil and environmental engineering and department of earth, atmospheric, and planetary sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.  For leadership in the hydrologic sciences including the scientific underpinnings for satellite observation of the Earth's water cycle.

Ewing, Rodney C., Frank Stanton Professor in Nuclear Security, Center for International Security and Cooperation, and professor, department of geological and environmental sciences, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.  For studies on the long-term behavior of complex ceramic materials to assess their suitability for engineered nuclear waste sequestration.

Gerngross, Tillman U., co-founder and chief executive officer, Adimab LLC, Lebanon, N.H.  For founding and leading two successful biotechnology companies in the discovery and manufacture of biopharmaceuticals.

Giri, Jay, director, power systems technology and strategic initiatives, GE Grid Solutions, General Electric Co., Redmond, Wash.  For contributions to utility control center technologies to enhance grid situational awareness and reliability.

Goldsmith, Andrea Jo, Stephen Harris Professor of Engineering, department of electrical engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.  For contributions to adaptive and multiantenna wireless communications.

Gray III, George T. (Rusty), laboratory fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, N.M.  For contributions to the understanding of the dynamic and shock-loading deformation and damage response of materials.

Guibas, Leonidas J., Paul Pigott Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, computer science department, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.  For contributions to data structures, algorithm analysis, and computational geometry.

Gunsel, Selda, general manager, products and quality, Shell Global Lubricants Supply Chain, Royal Dutch Shell PLC, Houston.  For leadership in developing and manufacturing advanced fuels and lubricants to meet growing global energy demand while reducing CO2emissions.

Hammond, Paula Therese, David H. Koch Professor and department head, department of chemical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.  For contributions to self-assembly of polyelectrolytes, colloids, and block copolymers at surfaces and interfaces for energy and health care applications.

Hastings, Daniel E., Cecil and Ida Green Education Professor, chief executive officer, and director, Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.  For contributions in spacecraft and space system-environment interactions, space system architecture, and leadership in aerospace research and education.

Hirschberg, Julia, Percy K. and Vida L.W. Hudson Professor of Computer Science, and chair, department of computer science, Columbia University, New York City.  For contributions to the use of prosody in text-to-speech and spoken dialogue systems, and to audio browsing and retrieval.

Holmes, William T., senior consultant, Rutherford & Chekene, Consulting Structural Engineers, San Francisco.  For excellence in structural design and leadership in improving the seismic safety of buildings.

Holmgren, Jennifer R., chief executive officer, LanzaTech, Skokie, Ill.  For developing technologies to improve our energy future, from renewable energy and chemicals to combinatorial chemistry and materials discovery.

Howell, Kathleen Connor, associate dean for engineering and Hsu Lo Distinguished Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind.  For contributions in dynamical systems theory and invariant manifolds culminating in optimal interplanetary trajectories and the Interplanetary Superhighway.

Huang, Yonggang, Walter P. Murphy Professor of Engineering, department of mechanical engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.  For pioneering work on mechanics of stretchable electronics and mechanically guided, deterministic 3-D assembly.

Imran, Mir A., chairman and chief executive officer, Incube Ventures, San Jose, Calif.  For his role in creating the first implantable cardiac defibrillator, and for developing multiple other technologies as inventor and entrepreneur.

Katabi, Dina, professor, computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.  For contributions to network congestion control and to wireless communications.

Katsoulis, Dimitris E., senior research scientist, Dow Corning Corp., Midland, Mich.  For foundational contributions to the characterization and creation of novel silicone resins, gels and elastomers, and catalysis for organosilanes.

King Liu, Tsu-Jae, TSMC Distinguished Professor in Microelectronics and chair, department of electrical engineering and computer sciences, University of California, Berkeley.  For contributions to the fin field effect transistor (FinFET) and its application to nanometer complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technology.

LeCun, Yann A., director, AI Research, Facebook, New York City.  For developing convolutional neural networks and their applications in computer vision and other areas of artificial intelligence.

Leung, L. Ruby, laboratory fellow, atmospheric sciences and global change division, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy, Richland, Wash.  For leadership in regional and global computer modeling of the Earth's climate and hydrological processes.

Lewis, Jennifer A., Hansjorg Wyss Professor of Biologically Inspired Engineering, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.  For development of materials and processes for 3-dimensional direct fabrication of multifunctional structures.

Ligler, George T., consultant, GTL Associates, Fuquay-Varina, N.C.  For leadership and engineering innovation in specifying and implementing complex computer-based systems for aviation and the U.S. Census.

Lipner, Steven B., executive director, SAFECode, Wakefield, Mass.  For developing and deploying practical methods for engineering secure software and computer systems.

McCabe, Robert W., program director, division of chemical, bioengineering, environmental, and transport systems, National Science Foundation, Arlington, Va.  For enabling ultra-clean vehicles through conceptual and practical advances in catalytic systems for the abatement of automotive emissions.

Moncarz, Piotr D., principal engineer, buildings and structures, Exponent, Menlo Park, Calif.  For dedication to global improvement of the safety and reliability of engineering systems and to cooperation beyond political borders.

Monnier, John R., research professor, chemical engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia.  For the discovery and development of the silver-catalyzed epoxidation of non-allylic olefins to produce 3,4-epoxy-1-butene and other non-allylic olefin epoxides.

Nalamasu, Omkaram, senior vice president and chief technology officer, Applied Materials Inc., and president, Applied Ventures LLC, Santa Clara, Calif.  For technical innovation spanning materials development, atomically controlled thin film fabrication, and commercialization in microelectronics and energy generation and storage.

Narayan, Jagdish, John C.C. Fan Distinguished Chair Professor, department of materials science and engineering, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.  For contributions in heteroepitaxial film growth by laser ablation in large misfit systems and new materials.

Nemirovski, Arkadi, John Hunter Chair and Professor, H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta.  For the development of efficient algorithms for large-scale convex optimization problems.

Niemeier, Debbie A., professor, department of civil and environmental engineering, University of California, Davis.  For developing groundbreaking tools to characterize the impact of transportation emissions on air quality and environmental justice.

Panday, Sorab, principal engineer, GSI Environmental Inc., Herndon, Va.  For the development of computer codes for solving complex groundwater problems.

Parlange, Marc Brendan, dean, faculty of applied science, and professor, department of civil engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.  For fundamental contributions to land-atmosphere modeling and leadership in field measurement campaigns over complex terrain.

Poston, Randall W., senior principal, Pivot Engineers, Austin, Texas.  For development of diagnostic and repair technologies for concrete structures and leadership in concrete building code development.

Razavi, Behzad, professor, department of electrical engineering, University of California, Los Angeles.

Schaeffer, Jon C., senior engineering manager, materials and processes engineering, GE Power & Water, Greenville, S.C.

Scheeres, Daniel Jay, distinguished professor and A. Richard Seebass Endowed Chair Professor in Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder.

Schlom, Darrell G., Herbert Fisk Johnson Professor of Industrial Chemistry, department of materials science and engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.  

Servedio, Dominick M., executive chairman, STV Group, New York City.

Slaughter, E. Sarah, chief executive officer and founder, Built Environment Coalition, Cambridge, Mass.

Slocum Jr., Alexander H., professor, department of mechanical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.

Smith, Megan Joan, former U.S. Chief Technology Officer and assistant to the president, White House Office of Science and Technology, Washington, D.C.  

Solomon, Darlene Joy Spira, senior vice president and chief technology officer, Agilent Technologies, Santa Clara, Calif.  

Spalart, Philippe R., senior technical fellow, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Seattle.  

Splinter, Michael R., general partner, WISC Partners, Los Altos, Calif.  

Strano, Michael S., Carbon P. Dubbs Professor of Chemical Engineering, department of chemical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.

Tayur, Sridhar R., Ford Distinguished Research Chair Professor of Operations Management, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.

Toner, Mehmet, Helen Andrus Benedict Professor, Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, and professor of health sciences, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, Boston.

Turinsky, Paul J., professor, department of nuclear engineering, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

Valenzuela, Reinaldo A., director, wireless communications research, Nokia Bell Labs, Holmdel, N.J.  

van Welie, Gordon, president and chief executive officer, ISO New England, Holyoke, Mass.

Van Wie, David M., mission area executive, precision strike mission area, Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, Laurel, Md.

Varghese, George, Chancellor’s Professor, department of computer science, University of California, Los Angeles.

Vautrinot, Suzanne M., president, Kilovolt Consulting Inc., San Antonio.

Voight, Barry, professor emeritus of geology and geological engineering, Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

Westbrook, Charles K., retired senior scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, Calif.

Wilson, Blake S., co-director, Duke Hearing Center, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N.C.

Winzer, Peter J., director, optical transmission systems and networks research, Nokia Bell Labs, Holmdel, N.J.

Yannas, Ioannis V., professor of polymer science and engineering, department of mechanical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.

Yarmush, Martin L., Paul and Mary Monroe Chair Distinguished Professor, biomedical engineering, Rutgers University, Piscataway, N.J.

Yelick, Katherine A., associate laboratory director, computer science, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and professor, electrical engineering and computer science, University of California, Berkeley.

Zhang, Dongxiao (Don), research professor, Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.  For pioneering work in stochastic modeling of flow in porous media.

Selected New Foreign Members

Shum, Heung-Yeung, executive vice president, technology and research, Microsoft Corp., Redmond, Wash.  For contributions to computer vision and computer graphics, and for leadership in industrial research and product development.




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