Honorary graduates

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In 1927, Lin went to Tangshan   Imperial Railway College (now Southwest Jiaotong University) to study civil   engineering. In 1931, he went to the Department of Civil Engineering at the   University of California, Berkeley, and received a master degree in 1933. His   master thesis "The Moment Distribution Method" (published in 1934)   established his reputation worldwide since, and the research methods   mentioned in the thesis were named as "Lin's Method." It was highly   valued by the American Construction Community.

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Mao was a bridge engineering expert.   He entered Tangshan Imperial Railway College (now Southwest Jiaotong   University) and earned his bachelor's degree in civil engineering in 1916. He   earned his master's degree from Cornell University and earned the first Ph.D.   ever granted by the Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University)   in 1919.

After returning home the same year,   he served as a professor at Tangshan Jiaotong University. After 1933, Mao was   elected as an academician of Academia Sinica and president of the Chinese   Society of Engineers. After the founding of the People's Republic of China,   he served as Dean of the Academy of Railway Sciences and Chairman of the   China Civil Engineering Society. Mao was an important founder of bridge   engineering in modern China. He had published more than 200 articles in   Chinese and foreign newspapers and he mainly engaged in popular science work   in the later period. In 1955, Mao was elected as a member of the Chinese   Academy of Sciences and served as the deputy director of the Department of   Technology. In 1982 he was appointed as a foreign academician of the National   Academy of Engineering(US).

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In 1949, Shen went to Tangshan Imperial   Railway College (now Southwest Jiaotong University) to study. He went to the   Soviet Union in 1957 to study vehicle repair at the Soviet Leningrad Railway   Academy (now St. Petersburg State University of Transportation). Professor   Shen’s greatest contribution is to chair the construction of the State Key Laboratory   of Traction Power based on the research of wheel-rail relationship and to   solve the problem of heavy load, high speed and safety. In 1997, the Rolling   Test Bench for Locomotives and Rolling Stock of Southwest Jiaotong University   won the "National Science and Technology Progress Award." The   research team led by Professor Shen won the "National Teaching   Achievement First Prize." In 1991, Shen was elected as a member of the   Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 1994, he was selected as the first   academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.

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In 1956, Qian went to Tangshan Imperial   Railway College (now Southwest Jiaotong University). In 1988, Qian began to   work in the State Key Laboratory of Traction Power. Qian once served as the Director   of Southwestern Institute of Transportation Railway Electrification and   Automation, Director of the State Key Laboratory of Traction Power, and Dean   of the School of Electrical Engineering. In 1997 he was elected as an   academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.

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Zhai obtained his bachelor's degree   in mechanical engineering from Southwest Jiaotong University in 1985, and achieved   his doctoral degree in locomotive and vehicle in 1992. He is the Chief Professor   of Southwest Jiaotong University, Deputy Director of the State Key Laboratory   of Traction Power. He is also the member of the sixth discipline evaluation   committee of the State Council Academic Degrees Committee.

Zhai has long been engaged in   engineering vibration research, especially the theory and application of   dynamics in railway engineering. He has created a theoretical system for the   coupling of locomotives and vehicles and orbits. This system has been widely applied   in engineering and has obtained first-class national scientific and   technological progress. In 1999, Zhai was enrolled in the Chang Jiang   Scholars Program distinguished professor. In December 2011, he was elected Academician   of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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He Huawu is a professor, senior engineer,   registered consulting engineer, doctoral tutor, an expert enjoying special   government allowances from the State Council. As the chief technical officer,   He presided over the sixth major speed-raising project of the railway. In   2009, he was elected academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Currently,   He is the Vice Chairman of the Ninth National Committee of the China   Association of Science and Technology and chief engineer of the China Railway   Corporation.

 

 

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