Xinmei Qi

Xinmei Qi

Associate professor
Email
qixinmei [at] mail.sysu.edu.cn
Biographical Sketch

Research interest: structural dynamic and static analysis of precision thermal control system in large-scale space science experiments, distributed hub motor drive control of electric vehicles, robot motion control analysis and simulation,  kinematics and dynamics analysis and simulation of mechanical structure and system safety analysis.

Biography:

Qi Xinmei,  Ph.D on Engineering Mechanics from Sun Yat-sen University,  Master on Mechanical Engineering from Hefei University of Technology,  Visiting Scholar in Robotics and Automation Laboratory of Toronto University funded by the Foreign Student Fund of the Education Ministry of China.Currently is an Associate Professor in School of Physics in Sun Yat-sen University. Teaching courses include C Programming》、《Robot Technology and Its Application, Control System Simulation and CAD, Specialty  English》,《Basic Physics Experimentfor r undergraduate and graduate level.  Research fields in recent years include structural dynamic and static analysis of precision thermal control system in large-scale space science experiments, distributed hub motor drive control of electric vehicles, robot motion control analysis and simulation,  kinematics and dynamics analysis and simulation of mechanical structure and system safety analysis.  Responsible for TTCS mechanical structure static and dynamic and safety analysis in AM S02-TTCS project;  Participated in or chaired several provincial or ministerial research projects; published more than 30 papers or patents; won Guangdong Provincial Second Prize in Science and Technology in 2016.

Educational background:

Ph.D on Engineering Mechanics from Sun Yat-sen University,  Master on Mechanical Engineering from Hefei University of Technology,  Visiting Scholar in Robotics and Automation Laboratory of Toronto University funded by the Foreign Student Fund of the Education Ministry of China.

Professional experiences:

Responsible for TTCS mechanical structure static and dynamic and safety analysis in AMS02-TTCS project;  Participated in or chaired several provincial or ministerial research projects; published more than 30 papers or patents; won Guangdong Provincial Second Prize in Science and Technology in 2016.