Huazhong University of Science and Technology

The Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST; simplified Chinese: 华中科技大学; traditional Chinese: 華中科技大學; pinyin: Huázhōng Kējì Dàxué) is a public research university located in Guanshan Subdistrict, Hongshan District, Wuhan, Hubei province, China. As a national key university directly affiliated to the Ministry of Education of China, HUST is a Project 985 and Class A Double First Class University.[3] HUST manages Wuhan National Laboratories for Opto-electronics (WNLO), which is one of the five national laboratories in China. HUST is also one of four Chinese universities eligible to run the national laboratory and the national major science and technology infrastructure. Huazhong University of Science and Technology was one of two Chinese universities awarded with the University Leadership Award by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), and elected as "China's Top Ten Research Institutions" by the academic journal Nature,[4] called "The epitome of the higher education development of People's Republic of China".

Huazhong University of Science & Technology
Motto明德厚学,求是创新[1] (Chinese)
Motto in English
Virtue, Knowledge, Truth, Originality[2]
TypeNational / public
Established1953 (Engineering School)
1907 (Medical School)
PresidentLi Yuanyuan
Academic staff
Location, ,
CampusSuburban / Main Campus
1,160 acres/ 470 ha
Urban / Medical Campus
133 acres/ 54 ha
AthleticsNational CUBA men's and women's
ColorsBlue Red
MascotYellow Crane and White Cloud


Founding (1952–1954)

In 1952, the Central Government of China sought to construct a new higher education system for the rapid development of economy, science and technology after Chinese Civil War. Three technical institutes were planned to be established in Wuhan, including Huazhong Institute of Technology (HIT, 华中工学院), South-Central China Institute of Power Engineering (中南动力学院) and South-Central China Institute of Water Conservancy and Electric Power (中南水利学院) . In March 1953, the institute's charter was signed by the South-Central China Government under the approval of the Central Government of China. In the original planning, the land south of the Yujia Hill was chosen for the three campuses. Physicist Zha Qian was appointed as chair of the three-institute initiative. Economist Zhang Peigang was appointed as chief in planning to lead the HIT initiative. In June 1953, the land south of the East Lake was chosen as the campus of South-Central China Institute of Water Conservancy and Electric Power. The same year, the South-Central China government decided not to establish an independent South-Central China Institute of Power Engineering. All the programs related to power engineering were administered by Huazhong Institute of Technology. The institute formally opened on October 15, 1953.

Early development (1954–1966)

All the programs and departments at HIT were organized and formed from the programs related to electrical engineering, power engineering, electricity and mechanical engineering in Wuhan University, Hunan University, Guangxi University and South China Institute of Technology. HIT's first classes were held in spaces at those institutions. There were eight undergraduate programs, 314 full-time faculty members and 2,639 undergraduate students at that time. The first president is physicist Qian Zha, Dean of School of Engineering of Wuhan University. The first provost is Gancai Liu.

In 1960, HIT was evaluated to be a national key university under the direct administration of the Ministry of Education of China.

Cultural Revolution (1966–1976)

In 1971, most of the Wuhan Mechanical Institute (武汉机械学院) was merged into the institute.

Six departments were established. There were 20 undergraduate programs, 1,097 faculty members. The number of undergraduate students reached to 6,087.

New mission, global view (1976–1988)

Graduate students began to be enrolled in 1978, and in 1984, the institute became one of 22 universities to be approved by the State Council to establish a graduate school. By approval of the State Education Committee, the institute was renamed Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST, 华中理工大学) in 1988.

Leading the Reform in Tech-Schools (1988–2000)

With China's global strategy and the reform of the economy, HUST led a series of pivotal reforms among technical institutions in China. HUST is the first technical school to establish the Department of Journalism and Communication, the Department of Economics, and Department of Literature, and to host nationwide lectures in humanities.


On May 26, 2000, the former Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Tongji Medical University, Wuhan Urban Construction Institute (武汉城市建设学院), and Wuhan Science and Technology Vocational College (科技部干部管理学院) combined to form the new Huazhong University of Science and Technology (华中科技大学); the Chinese name was changed, but the English name remained the same.

Tongji Medical College

The history of Tongji Medical College can be traced back to 1907 when Tongji German Medical School was founded by Erich Paulun in Shanghai. The name Tongji[5] suggests cooperating by riding the same boat. In 1927, with the development of the institution, it expanded to include engineering programs. After the establishment of National Tongji University in 1927, the Tongji Medical College was affiliated to the university as one of the schools. In 1950, the medical school was moved to Wuhan from Shanghai and merged with Wuhan University School of Medicine to become South-Central China Tongji Medical College. The college was later renamed as Wuhan College of Medicine in 1955, as Tongji Medical University in 1985, and as Tongji Medical College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 2000.


  • Zha Qian: (1953–1979)
  • Zhu Jiusi: (1979–1984)
  • Huang Shuhuai (1984–1993)
  • Yang Shuzi (1993–1997) Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Zhou Ji (1997–2001) Member and former President of the Chinese Academy of Engineering
  • Fan Mingwu (2001–2005) Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, former President of China Institute of Atomic Energy
  • Li Peigen (2005–2014) Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering
  • Ding Lieyun (2014–2018) Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering
  • Li Yuanyuan (2018–present) Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering


Huazhong University of Science and Technology has two campuses: Main Campus at Wuchang and Tongji Medical Campus at Hankou. The area of single campus is more than 7000 mu. The campus reaches 72% green rate and thus is also known as "Forest University".

Main Campus at Wuchang

1037 Luoyu Road, Wuchang, Wuhan

Tongji Medical Campus at Hankou

13 Hangkong Road, Hankou, Wuhan

Schools and departments

Sciences and Engineering

  • School of Physics
  • School of Automation
  • Department of Electronic Sci. & Tech.
  • Department of Electronics & Information Engr.
  • Department of Mathematics
  • School of Architecture & Urban Planning
  • School of Chemistry & Chemical Engr.
  • School of Computer Sciences & Engr.
  • School of Civil Engineering & Mechanics
  • School of Electrical & Electronic Engr.
  • School of Energy & Power Engineering
  • School of Environmental Science & Engr.
  • School of Hydropower & Information Engr.
  • School of Life Sciences & Technology
  • School of Materials Science & Engr.
  • School of Mechanical Science & Engr.
  • School of Naval Architecture & Ocean Engr.
  • School of Aerospace Engineering
  • School of Optical & Electronic Information
  • School of Software Engineering
  • School of Transportation Sci. & Engr.

Social Sciences

  • Department of Chinese Literature
  • Department of Philosophy
  • Department of Political Science
  • Department of Sociology
  • School of Economics
  • School of Education
  • School of Foreign Language
  • School of Humanities & Social Sciences
  • School of International Education
  • School of Journalism & Communication
  • School of Law
  • School of Management
  • School of Public Administration

Medicine (Tongji Medical College)

  • Department of Forensic Medicine
  • Department of Nursing
  • Basic Medical School
  • School of Clinical Medicine I
  • School of Clinical Medicine II
  • School of Drug & Health Administration
  • School of Pharmacy
  • School of Public Health

Academic Power

Faculty and staff

National scientific platforms

National Laboratory

  • Wuhan National Laboratories for Opto-electronics (WNLO), one of the five national laboratories in China

National major science and technology infrastructure

  • Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center, one of Top 4 magnetic field centers in the world, Top 1 in Asia.
  • Precision gravity measurement research facility, known as "World Gravity Center" by the international physics circle, measuring the most accurate gravitational constant in 2018.

State Key Laboratory

  • State Key Laboratory of Digital Manufacturing Equipment and Technology
  • State Key Laboratory of Coal Combustion
  • State Key Laboratory of Materials Processing and Die & Mould Technology
  • State Key Laboratory of Advanced Electromagnetic Engineering and Technology (AEET)

National Engineering (Technology) Research Center

  • National Engineering Research Center for Laser Processing
  • National Engineering Research Center for Digital Manufacturing Equipment
  • National Engineering Technology Research Center for Enterprise Information Technology (CAD) Application Support Software (Wuhan)
  • National NC System Engineering Research Center
  • National Anti-counterfeiting Engineering Technology Research Center
  • National Nanomedical Engineering Technology Research Center

National Engineering Laboratory

  • National Engineering Laboratory of Next Generation Internet Access System

National Professional Laboratory

  • National Professional Laboratory of New Motor
  • National Professional Laboratory of External Storage Systems

Essential Science Indicators(ESI)

In ESI ranking in March 2019, Huazhong University of Science and Technology is ranked in 266th in the world, and 9th among all the Double First Class Universities in China. The numbers of top 1‰ and 1% disciplines of HUST in the world are 3 and 15 respectively. Top 1‰ disciplines include Engineering, Computer Science, Materials Science. Top 1% disciplines include Engineering, Computer Science, Materials Science, Clinic Medicine, Chemistry, Pharmacology & Toxicology, Biology & Biochemistry, Physics, Neuroscience & Behavior, Social Sciences, Molecular Biology & Genetics, Mathematics, Environment/Ecology, Agricultural Sciences.

Discipline category

Engineering: #6 | #3; Medicine: #2 | #2; Management: #10 | #15; Science: #16 | #17;
Economics: #20 |-; Literature: #36 |-;
Natural Sciences (Engineering, Medicine, Science overall): #7 | #6;
Social Sciences (History, Management, Economics overall): #17 | #18


Mechanical Engineering: #1; Electrical Engineering: #2; Optical Engineering: #1;
Public Health: #1; Public Administration: #4; Biomedical Engineering: #5;
Control Engineering: #5 ; Power Engineering: #6; Computer Science: #9;
Electronics: #9;


Preventive Medicine Epidemiology: #5; Environmental Health: #1; Nutrition: #5; Gynecology: #2; Toxicology: #6;

Computer Science System Structure: #3; Software: #12 ;

Journalism & Communication Journalism: #3; Communication: #7;

Others Statistics: #6; Quantitative Economics: #3;




There are four libraries at HUST: the Old Library, the Shaw Library (New Library), the Medical Library and the Architecture Library. The Old Library and the Shaw Library are located in the center of main campus. The Old Library was designed and constructed in Soviet Union style in the 1950s. It plays a major role in book circulation and conference hosting. It also provides classrooms for audio-video teaching program and some group-study programs. The first floor of the east wing is the Center for Reader's Services, which is a branch of University Bookstore System. The Shaw Library was donated by Sir Run Run Shaw and built in the 1990s. It has more than 30 reading rooms, including Chinese/English social sciences reading rooms, Chinese/English natural sciences reading rooms, Chinese/English archive reading rooms and electronic journal reading rooms. It also houses a multi-media center and a major branch of Center for Computing & Networking. Medical Library is located in Tongji Medical Campus in Hankou. It provides the same services to the medical students as the libraries in main campus. The Architecture Library is on the east side of the main campus. It accommodates books and journals in architecture and urban planning. The University Libraries have a total collection of 3.49 million volumes.

Student life

Student demographics

Undergraduate students: 36,275
Graduate & professional students: 20,044
International students: 4,100


HUST men's basketball team has won national championship (CUBA) in 2004. HUST men's team also won the fourth place in CUBA 1999. HUST women's basketball team lost the national champion titles and won the second places in WCUBA 2005 and 2006.

Notable alumni



  • Li Ting, HUST Class 2006, tennis player, Gold Medal Winner at the 2004 Summer Olympics in women's doubles.
  • Li Na, HUST Class 2005, tennis player, Winner of Australian Open (2014) and French Open (2011), highest world ranking for Singles: No. 2.


  • Gong Hongjia, HUST Class 1982, billionaire businessman, 137th in 2018 Forbes World billionaires list in 2018[15]
  • Wang Chaoyong (汪潮涌), HUST Youth Class 1980, businessman.
  • Zhang Xiaolong, HUST Class 1991, Senior Vice President of Tencent, creator of Wechat.


  • Julong Deng, the founder of Grey system theory.
  • Sifeng Liu, the Marie-Curie Fellow (UK), IEEE Fellow and the renowned expert of grey systems. He was one of the 10 shortlisted promising scientists in the MSCA (EU-funded Marie Curie Actions) 2017 Prizes.

Members of the China Academy of Sciences

  • Bei Shizhang, elected in 1955, Tongji Med BS (1921).
  • Liang Boqiang, elected in 1955, Pathologist, Tongji Med BS (1922).
  • Qiu Fazu, elected in 1993, Senior Member of CAS, Tongji Med BS (1936).
  • Wu Min (吴旻), elected in 1980, Tongji Med BS (1950).
  • Wu Mengchao, elected in 1991, 2005 National Supreme Science and Technology Awardee, Tongji Med BS (1949).
  • Yang Shuzi, elected in 1991, HUST BS (1956).
  • Cheng Shijie (程时杰), elected in 2007, HUST MS (1981).
  • Luo Jun (罗俊), elected in 2009, HUST BS (1982), MS (1985).
  • Ding Han (丁汉), elected in 2013, HUST Ph.D. (1989).
  • Chen Xiaoping (陈孝平), elected in 2015, HUST Tongji Med MS (1982), Ph.D. (1985).
  • Zhu Zhongliang (朱中梁), elected in 1999, HUST BS (1961).
  • Zheng Xiaojing (郑晓静), elected in 2009, President of Xi'an University of Electronic Science and Technology, HUST BS (1982).
  • Xu Tao (徐涛), elected in 2017, Vice President of University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, HUST BS (1992), Ph.D. (1997).
  • Zhang Qingjie (张清杰), elected in 2017, President of Wuhan University of Technology, HUST BS (1984), Ph.D. (1990).
  • Fang Fuquan (方复全), elected in 2017, Vice President of Capital Normal University, HUST BS (1986).

Members of the China Academy of Engineering

  • Zhou Ji, elected in 1999, President of Chinese Academy of Engineering, foreign member of National Academy of Engineering (US), HUST MS (1980).
  • Hou Yunde, National Supreme Science and Technology Awardee (2018), Vice president of Chinese Academy of Engineering, HUST Tongji Med BS (1955).
  • Li Dequn (李德群), elected in 2015, HUST MS (1980).
  • Ma Ding (马丁), elected in 2017, HUST Tongji Med BS (1982), MS (1986), Ph.D. (1990).
  • Guo Konghui (郭孔辉), elected in 1994, HUST BS (1956).
  • Cen Kefa (岑可法), elected in 1995, HUST BS (1956).
  • Lu Daopei (陆道培), elected in 1996, HUST Tongji Med BS (1955).
  • Pan Yuan (潘桓), elected in 1997, HUST BS (1955).
  • Zhang Yongchuan (张勇传), elected in 1997, HUST BS (1957).
  • Yao Shaofu (姚绍福), elected in 1997, HUST BS (1954).
  • Fan Mingwu (樊明武), elected in 1999, Former president of HUST, Former president of the Chinese Academy of Atomic Energy Sciences, HUST BS (1965).
  • Li Peigen (李培根), elected in 2003, Former president of HUST, HUST MS (1981).
  • Ye Shenghua (叶声华), elected in 2003, HUST BS (1956).
  • Zhou Honghao (周宏灏), elected in 2005, HUST Tongji Med BS (1962).
  • Tan Jianrong (谭建荣), elected in 2007, HUST MS (1987).
  • Yang Baofeng (杨宝峰), elected in 2009, President of Harbin Medical University, HUST Tongji Med BS (1988).
  • Luo Xiwen (罗锡文), elected in 2009, Vice president of South China Agricultural University, HUST BS (1969).
  • Huang Weihe (黄维和), elected in 2013, HUST MS (1999).
  • Yang Huayong (杨华勇), elected in 2013, HUST BS (1982).
  • Guo Jianbo (郭剑波), elected in 2013, HUST BS (1982).
  • Hu Shengshou (胡盛寿), elected in 2013, HUST Tongji Med BS (1982).
  • You Zheng (尤政), elected in 2013, Vice president of Tsinghua University, HUST BS (1985), MS (1987), Ph.D. (1990).
  • Niu Xinqiang (钮新强), elected in 2013, HUST Ph.D. (2005).
  • Wu Weiren (吴伟仁), elected in 2015, Chief Designer of Lunar Exploration Engineering, HUST Ph.D. (2004).
  • Liu Jizhen (刘吉臻), elected in 2015, President of North China Electric Power University, HUST Ph.D. (2007).
  • Zou Xuexiao (邹学校), elected in 2017, President of Hunan Academy of Agricultural Sciences, HUST Ph.D. (2002).

World top scholars

Members of World Top Academy

Tenured professors in world-class universities

  • Yinyu Ye (叶荫宇), Professor, Department of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University, Awardee of the John von Neumann Theory Prize, HUST BS (1982).
  • Shouyong Shi (石寿永), Professor, Department of Economics, University of Toronto, No. 42 in Global Economists Ranking, No.1 among all Chinese economists, HUST BS (1984).
  • Kang Shen (沈康), HHMI Investigator, Professor at Stanford University, HUST Tongji Med BS (1994),
  • Cai Wei (蔡巍), Professor in Department of Mechanical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the first Chinese awardee of US Presidential Science Award, HUST Youth Class BS (1995).
  • He Xi (贺熹), Professor, Department of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical College, AAAS Fellow, HUST BS (1982), MS (1985).
  • Fu Xiaolan (傅晓岚), Professor, Oxford University, the first Chinese professor in the field of Social Sciences at Oxford University, HUST BS (1985)
  • Xiang Huiyun (向惠云), Professor of Life, School of Medicine and School of Public Health, Ohio State University, USA. Bachelor of Preventive Medicine, HUST Tongji Med BS (1988), MS (1991).
  • Wang Ning (汪宁), Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, USA, HUST BS (1982), MS (1984), and Harvard Ph.D. (1990).
  • Li Shaofan (李少凡), Professor, University of California, Berkeley, awardee of the Presidential Award of the American Science Foundation, HUST MS (1989)
  • Ren Zhifeng (任志峰), Professor, Boston College, USA, Chief Scientist of Nanolaboratory, AAAS Fellow, APS Fellow, HUST MS (1987).
  • Zhang Zhong (张忠), professor of marketing Murrel J. Ades, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, USA. HUST BS.
  • Liu Jianhua (刘建华), Professor, University of Wisconsin, USA, HUST BS (1982).
  • Zhong Dongping (仲冬平), Professor, Department of Physics, Ohio State University, American Society of Physics (APS Fellow), AAAS Fellow, HUST BS (1985).
  • Huang Wei (黄伟), Professor of Management Information System (MIS) Department, Harvard University and Ohio University, HUST BS (1978).
  • Zhu Jiangang (朱建刚), Professor, Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Professor of ABB Named Lecture, IEEE Fellow, HUST BS (1982).
  • Ai Chunrong (艾春荣), Professor of economics at Wellington School of Business Administration, University of Florida. Top 10 Chinese economists in the world. HUST BS (1982), MS (1985), MIT Ph.D. (1990).
  • Tian Guoqiang (田国强), Professor and outstanding economist in the Department of Economics, Texas A&M University, HUST BS (1980), MS (1982).
  • Tan Guofu (谭国富), Professor of Economics, University of Southern California, HUST MS (1985), California Institute of Technology Ph.D. (1990)
  • Gao Guangrong (高光荣), Professor, School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, University of Delaware, USA, the first computer doctor of P.R.C. in MIT. HUST MS (1980).
  • Wu Qinghua (吴青华), Professor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Liverpool, UK, Dean of Engineering College, IEEE Fellow, HUST BS (1978), MS (1981).
  • Jiang Lin (蒋林), Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, University of Liverpool, HUST BS (1992), MS (1996).
  • Yang Qing (杨庆), Professor, University of Rhode Island, USA, internationally renowned computer scientist, IEEE Fellow, Chairman of ISCA. HUST BS (1982).
  • Zhang Junshan (章君山), Professor, School of Computer and Energy, Arizona State University, USA, IEEE Fellow. HUST BS (1989), MS (1995).
  • Zou Weiping (邹卫平), Professor, University of Michigan, named De Nancrede professor, immunologist, HUST Tongji Med BS (1987), MS (1990).
  • Liu Hengyi (刘恒意), Professor, Tulane University, renowned expert of Chinese and American anesthesiology, successive Chairman of CASA, HUST Tongji Med BS (1985).
  • Xia Yong (夏勇), Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Medical College, Ohio State University, USA. HUST Tongji Med BS (1989), MS (1992).
  • Hu Keqin (胡克勤), Professor of Medicine, Director of Hepatology, Department of Gastroenterology, Medical Center, University of California, Irvine, USA. HUST Tongji Med BS (1982), MS (1985).
  • Shen Sijiu (沈四九), Professor of Pathology, Will Medical College, Cornell University. HUST Tongji Med BS (1984), MS (1987).
  • Kai H. Luo (罗凯), Director, Department of Computational Fluid and Combustion Engineering, Queen Mary College, University of London, UK, ASME Fellow, HUST BS.
  • Pei Zhong (钟培), Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Duke University, USA, ASME Fellow, HUST BS.
  • Lu Hongbing (鲁红兵), Professor, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Oklahoma State University, American Aerospace Association Communications Fellow, HUST, BS (1986).
  • Liang Jun (梁军), Professor, School of Engineering, Cardiff University, UK, Chairman of the UK and Ireland Branch of the IEEE Power Electronics Association, HUST BS.
  • He Haibo (何海波), Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering, University of Rhode Island, IEEE Fellow (2018), HUST BS (1999), MS (2000).
  • Li Dong (李东), Professor, Department of Economics, Kansas State University, HUST MS (1994).
  • Feng Wei (冯蔚), Director of Mathematics, University of North Carolina, Wilmington, USA. HUST BS.
  • Sun Cambridge (孙剑桥), Professor at the University of Delaware, Professor at the University of California, Mexico, ASME Fellow, HUST BS.
  • Wu Dapeng (吴大鹏), Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Florida, USA, IEEE Fellow, HUST BS (1990).
  • Yang Kaifeng (杨开峰), Professor of Florida State University, Academician of American Academy of Administrative Sciences, HUST BS (1994).
  • Li Haizheng (李海峥), Professor, School of Economics, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. HUST BS (1988).
  • Sun Yanqing (孙燕青), Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, North Carolina State University, American Association of Statistics (ASA Fellow), HUST MS (1985).
  • Xu Dianqing (徐滇庆), Professor of Huron College, University of Western Ontario, Canada,known as the "father of private banks in China", HUST MS (1981).
  • Wu Ying (吴郢), Professor of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Northwestern University, United States, IEEE Fellow (2016), HUST BS (1994)
  • Ni Qiang (倪强), Professor, School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University, UK, and a reader of Brunel University, UK, HUST Ph.D. (1999).
  • Sun Zhongjie (孙中杰), Professor of Physiology, Deputy Director of Physiology Department, University of Oklahoma Medical College, HUST Tongji Med MS (1990).
  • Li Mengrong (李孟蓉), Professor of Pathology and Clinical Laboratory, Perelman Medical College, University of Pennsylvania, Professor of Pediatrics, HUST Tongji Med BS (1983), MS (1986).
  • Chen Xinguang (陈心广), Professor of epidemiology and medicine at the School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Florida, USA. HUST Tongji Med BS (1982), MS (1987).
  • Qin Gangjian (覃刚健), Professor of Alabama University (Birmingham), Director of Molecular Cardiology, HUST Tongji Med BS (1986), MS (1989).
  • Teng Jiamin (腾嘉敏), Professor, Director of stem cell regeneration and transformation medicine program at Louisiana State University, USA. HUST Tongji Med BS (1989).
  • Tang Dachun (唐大春), Professor of Albany Medical College, Albany, New York, USA, HUST Tongji Med BS (1982), MS (1985), Ph.D. (1990).
  • Tan Dongfeng (谭东风), Professor of Pathology and Oncology, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, USA. HUST Tongji Med BS (1983), MS (1987).
  • Lu Chuanyi (卢传义), Professor and Chief Physician of Hematopathology and Laboratory Medicine, San Francisco Medical College, University of California (UCSF), HUST Tongji Med BS (1983), MS (1991).
  • Liao Duanping (廖端平), Professor, Director of Epidemiology, Department of Public Health Sciences, Pennsylvania State University, USA, HUST Tongji Med BS (1983), MS (1986).
  • Zhang Lanjing (张澜静), Professor, Director of Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Pathology, Rutgers University College of Arts and Sciences, HUST Tongji Med BM/MD (1998), MS (2000).
  • Huang Xiaodong (黄晓东), Professor of Economics, Vanderbilt University, Senior Economist, Senior Economic Adviser to the Federal Reserve. HUST BS (1988).
  • Li Guohua (李国华), Professor, School of Public Health, Columbia University, USA, Director of Traumatic Epidemiology and Prevention Center, HUST Tongji Med MS (1980)
  • Zheng Tongzhang (郑同章), Professor at Yale University, director of the Department of Environmental Medicine, HUST Tongji Med BS (1975), and Harvard University MS (1986), Ph.D. (1990)
  • Hong Jiang (江泓), Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA, IEEE Fellow (2015), HUST BS (1986).
  • Yang Liuqing (杨柳青), Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State University, USA, IEEE Fellow (2015), HUST BS (1994)
  • Xie Xiaolan (谢晓岚), Professor-in-Chief, National College of Mining, San Etienne, France, IEEE Fellow (2015), HUST BS (1984)
  • Wang Changling (王昌凌), Professor and Chairman of Advanced Manufacturing, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, Professor of Chinese University of Hong Kong, ASME Fellow, HUST BS (1998).
  • Tu Yiliu (涂忆柳), Professor, Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of Calgary, Canada, HUST BS (1982), MS (1985).
  • Deng Shengliang (邓胜梁), Professor of the Deman School of Business, Brock University, Canada, HUST BS (1982).
  • Tan Zhiqun (谭智群), Professor, Medical College, University of California, Irvine. HUST Tongji Med BS.
  • Chen Yong (陈勇), Professor, Department of Industrial Systems Engineering and Department of Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering, University of Southern California, ASME Fellow, HUST BS.
  • Cao Min (操敏), Professor of Finance, York University, Canada. HUST MS (1989).
  • Zhu Chun (祝淳), Professor, Department of Economics, Michigan State University, USA. HUST BS (1992).
  • Li Leijun (厉雷钧), Professor, Department of Chemical and Material Engineering, University of Alberta, Canada, ASM Fellow, AWS Fellow and CWA Fellow, HUST BS (1982).
  • Ge Hanbin (葛汉彬), Professor, Director of Civil Engineering, Meijo University, Japan, Academician of the Japanese Academy of Engineering, HUST BS (1986), MS (1988).
  • Qu Jianan (瞿佳男), Professor, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, OSA Fellow, SPIE Fellow, HUST BS (1983), MS (1986).
  • Chen Beifang (陈北方), Professor of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, used to be a lecturer in MIT, HUST MS (1980).
  • Fang Zhenmin (方振民), Professor, School of Business, City University of Hong Kong, HUST MS (1983).


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