• Professor PENG Yinghong


    Distinguished professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) and visiting professor of National University of Singapore (NUS), Professor Peng Yinghong has been appointed as the dean of the newly established SJTU Asia-Pacific Graduate Institute on 28 July 2019. He is also the director of SJTU’s Institute of Mechatronic Design and Knowledge-based Engineering. His research areas include knowledge-based engineering, materials plastic forming and numerical simulation technology, machine learning, as well as mechatronics design.

    Professor Peng leads as the program director for CREATE’s Energy and Environmental Sustainability Solutions for Megacities (E2S2) project, a major collaboration between SJTU and NUS since 2012. He is also in charge of many important projects in China, such as the ‘Key project of Natural Science Foundation of China’, ‘National High-Tech Research and Development Key Program’, as well as several international projects. He has published over 300 research works, including journal papers, and books. In 2014, he received the National Science and Technology Award of China.

  • Professor DONG Ming

    Vice Dean

    Professor Dong Ming has been appointed as the vice dean of SJTU Asia-Pacific Graduate Institute. He is the professor of Operations Management and previous associate dean at SJTU’s Antai College of Economics & Management, academic director of China Leaders for Global Operations (CLGO), and fellow of the International Society of Engineering Asset Management. Professor Dong received his Ph.D on Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech in 2001. His research interests include supply chain and operations management, as well as manufacturing digitisation.

    Professor Dong has been involved as principal investigator in multiple research projects such as those by the National Science Foundation of China and State High Tech 863 programmes. He has won many awards and honours, and has published more than 80 SCI-indexed papers in respected scholarly journals. He is recognised as one of the “Most Cited Chinese Researchers” by Elsevier through 2014 to 2018.