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Dr. Chunjiang ‘CJ’ Qian
Mary Lou Clarke Endowed Professor and Department Chair
Office: BSE 1.524
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The University of Texas at San Antonio
San Antonio, TX 78249
Phone: 210-458-5587      Fax: 210-458-5947
Email : chunjiang.qian@utsa.edu

 

 

 

Biographical Sketch:

> Ph.D., Dept of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Case Western Reserve University, 2001.

> Professor (2012-Present), Associate Professor (2005-2012), Assistant Professor (2001-2005), UTSA.

> Recipients of    College Faculty Award in Service,2015;    Best Poster Paper Award of the 3rd IFAC ICONS, 2013; 3rd Best Paper Award of the 53rd ISA POWID Symposium, 2011; Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award, the University of Texas System, 2009; NSF CAREER Award, U.S. National Science Foundation, 2003.

> Author or co-author of more than 170 technical papers with H-index of 33 (08/2016).

> Editorships: Associate Editor of Automatica Journal, Subject Editor of International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, Wiley.

> Advisor for REU and LSAMP.

> Director of UTSA Control, Computation, and Cybernetics Laboratory (C3).

> Research/Teaching Affiliate of Institute of Cyber Security (ICS), Center of Simulation, Visualization, and Real-Time Prediction (SiViRT), and Center of Excellence for Engineering Education (CE3).

 

 

Publications

Teaching

Teaching

  • Applied Engineering Analysis, EGR 2323, Undergraduate, 88 students, Fall 2012.
  • Advanced Quality Control (New course, first time taught at UTSA), EGR 4953/5233, Undergratudate/Graduate, 15 students, Spring 2013.
  • Applied Engineering Analysis, EGR 2323, Undergraduate,103 students, Fall 2013.
  • Applied Engineering Analysis, EGR 2323, Undergraduate, 83 students, Spring 2014.
  • Advanced Quality Control, EGR 5233, Graduate, 22 students, Fall 2014.
  • Advanced Enterprise Process Engineering, ME 4583/5583, Undergraduate/Graduate, 10/14 students, Fall 2014.
  • SP: Analytical Techniques in Engineering Analysis II (New course in optimization, first time taught at UTSA), ME6973, Graduate, 20 students, Spring 2015.
  • Advanced Quality Control, EGR 5233, Graduate, 8 students, Fall 2015.
  • Advanced Enterprise Process Engineering, ME 4583/5583, Undergraduate/Graduate, 19/14 students, Fall 2015.
  • Advanced Quality Control, EGR 5233, Graduate, 14 students, Fall 2016.

Minority Student Recruitment and Mentoring

Active recruitment and mentoring of minority students is an important component of teaching and education. With an increasing percentage of the US population of minority background, it is important to encourage, recruit and mentor minority students. As a result, I have made it a priority to recruit and develop minority students (refer to CV for details).

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Contact Info University of Texas at San Antonio Department of Mechanical Engineering
One UTSA Circle
EB 3.04.54
San Antonio, TX 78249-0670
Phone: (210) 458-8746