On the afternoon of November 25, through Tencent conference platform, Professor Tian Guangdong of Beijing University of Architecture and Construction launched an online report titled "Cultivation of Innovative Thinking and Experience of Postgraduates - Sharing Experience in High level Academic Papers" for vehicle engineering direction tutors and postgraduates. The lecture was chaired by Professor Liu Xintian, Deputy Director of the Department of Automotive Engineering.
Based on the current requirements for high-quality personnel training, Professor Tian Guangdong elaborated the importance of writing and publishing papers, emphasizing that high-level academic papers are composed of innovation and writing, both of which are important. In the process of scientific research, creating an innovative academic atmosphere plays an important role in cultivating the ability of postgraduates. In combination with Professor Tian's own growth experience and experience in guiding postgraduates, I will talk about how to guide postgraduates, how to cultivate their innovation ability, and how to innovate in scientific research achievements. The report can provide ideas for tutors to guide graduate students and cultivate their innovation ability, and point out the direction for graduate students to write high-level academic papers and accumulate achievements.
Professor and doctoral advisor of Beijing Jianzhu University. Foreign academicians of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Qinghai Provincial High end Innovation 1000 * Program, Fujian Minjiang Scholars, IEEE Senior Member, the world's top 2% scientists (2021, 2022) and the world's top 100000 scientists (2021). He has presided over more than 10 NSFC projects. He has published more than 130 SCI papers, 24 long articles in IEEE Transactions journals, and 40 papers in Zone 1 journals of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. 12 highly cited papers (top 1%) and 1 hot topic paper (top 0.1%) of ESI were selected. Writing 4 Chinese monographs; Participated in compiling 5 national/industrial standards. 23 national patents were authorized. Won one provincial and ministerial science and technology award and one second prize (ranking 1).