Shu Huisheng, male, of Han nationality, born in January 1965 in Tongcheng, Anhui Province, is a professor, PhD supervisor, and Member of the Standing Committee of the Party Committee and Vice President of Donghua University. He obtained the bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Anhui Normal University in 1984, the master’s degree in Applied Mathematics from China Textile University in 1990, and the doctorate in Control Theory and Engineering from Donghua University in 2005. He is currently a member of the Chinese Society of Academic Degrees and Graduate Education and a member of Shanghai Statistics Evaluation Group as well.
1984-1986: Teacher in the Department of Basic Education, Southern Anhui Agricultural University;
1988-2002: Lecturer, Assistant to the Dean and Deputy Dean of the College of Science, Donghua University;
2002-2010: Deputy Director of the Graduate Division of Donghua University;
2010-2017: Director of the Graduate Division, Donghua University;
2017-2018: Director of the Development & Planning Division of Donghua University, Director of the Higher Education Institute, Director of the Discipline Office, Director of the “211 Project” Office, Director of the Graduate Division;
2018 till now: Vice President of Donghua University
Honors and awards:
He has presided over several projects under National Natural Science Foundation, participated in key projects of the National Natural Science Foundation, and published more than 60 SCI papers in important academic journals such as Automatic and IEEE TAC. He received 1 first prize of Shanghai Education Achievement Award (ranking 1st), 2 first prizes of Teaching Achievement Award of Textile Higher Education by China National Textile and Apparel Council (ranking 1st), and 1 first prize of Shanghai Natural Science Award (ranking 1st). Co-published monograph: Nonlinear Stochastic Systems with Incomplete Information: Filtering and Control (Publisher: Springer). He presided over the completion of the national education system reform project (reform in training model of high-level application-oriented innovative talents), the results of which have been included in the China Education Advisory Report II. He was also involved in the compilation of New Progress of Shanghai Postgraduate Education (Shanghai People’s Publishing House) and Development & Reform and Practical Exploration of Shanghai Professional Degree Graduate Education (East China Normal University Press).