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Works of BIT Scholars Selected by “Focus on Chinese Research” of Springer Nature

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Translator: Lv Yuetong, News Agency of BIT

Editor: Zhao Jie, News Center of BIT


  Recently, the world’s leading institution Springer and the well-known science magazine Nature merged into Springer Nature. Before the mergence, Springer focused on scientific research, education and professional publishing. Now as Springer Nature, they launched the “Focus on Chinese Research” special, helping the world comprehensively understand the latest academic research and scientific publications in China. It is noted that two publications, Internetware and Spatial Data Mining , which BIT (Beijing Institute of Technology) scholars co-wrote are included in the magazine special of Computer Science Publications of High Influence in China. The former publication ranks second in representative publications of same field and is written by BIT Academician Mei Hong as its first writer. The latter ranks first in representative publications of same field and is written by BIT Professor Wang Shuliang as second writer.



  Internetware comprehensively introduces internetware in the aspects of rationale, engineering techniques, operating platform, quality assessment and assurance, direction of future development and so on. It provides the guidance of this technology and gives lots of practical examples which is of great reference value to software engineers developing the internetware application. The book analyzes the development trend of internet software in detailed, forecasts the blueprint of research on software engineer and future Internet computer field and contributes greatly to the field.



  In the aspect of big data, Spatial Data Mining puts forward a formalized method for spatial data mining, combines computer science and Geo-spatial information science together and pioneers the research of Spatio-temporal Data Mining and Nighttime Light Remote Sensing. The theory in the book has been applied in practical fields like “One Belt, One Road”, Israel war, public security, smart city, etc. It shows the value of spatial data in the current age of big data.



  In recent years, with the rapid growth of Chinese research and development (R&D) spending and scientific output, Chinese excellent academic achievements have gradually become known worldwide and grasped the attention of foreign academic community, which greatly enhances the international influence of Chinese scientific researches.



  Mei Hong is the vice president, professor, and PhD supervisor of BIT. He is also the member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, distinguished professor of the Cheung Kong Scholar Program, winner of the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars and member of the Chinese Institute of Electronics. He works mainly on the research of software engineering and systems software. In addition, he has made series of achievements in middleware of component software, development methodologies, tool environment, etc.

  He has published more than 150 academic essays and received several distinguished paper awards and the best proceedings paper of international conference awards. Apart from all this, Professor Mei Hong gained more than 10 national invention patents. He has engaged in dozens of national scientific research projects and was appointed as chief scientist of the National 973 Plan twice. He has won the Second Class National Prize of Natural Science, the second prize of National Technological Innovation Award, the second prize of National Scientific and Technological Progress Award, First Class Natural Science Award of Ministry of Education, First Class Invention Award of Ministry of Education.

  He was a member of the National 863 Program experts group and once the leader of the National 863 Program experts group concerning the12th Five-Year Plan of advanced computing techniques of information technology. Also, he was once a member of Nuclear Takamoto major special experts group. Now, Professor Mei Hong serves concurrently as director of the China Computer Federation(CCF) Task Force on Big Data, vice chairman of the China Software Industry Association, director of the China E-Learning Technology Standardization SOA technical Committee, leader of big data standardization group of the National Information Technology Standardization Committee, convener of the State Council Academic Degree Committee cyber security evaluation group, deputy director of the Science and Technology Committee of Ministry of Education. Also, he is on the editorial board of several academic journals home and abroad and has served as president or committee member of important international academic conferences program committee for dozens of times.

  Wang Shuliang, Doctor of Engineering and postdoctoral fellow in managing and engineering, is a professor of BIT and also dean of the School of Software. He also serve as the director of the China Special Committee of Command and Control, New Century Excellent Researcher of the Ministry of Education of China, member of the 11th All-China Youth Federation Committee, member of the Software Engineering Teaching Guidance committee of Ministry of Education, vice chairman of the Zhongguancun Big Data Industry Alliance, co-founder of ADMA academic annual conference of data mining, guest editor of IJDWM journal. He has been working on the spatial data mining and made a breakthrough when solving scientific problems about difference of data mining, interaction, as well as quantitative and qualitative transformation. He has won the National Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation, the second prize of the 11th Huo Yingdong Young Teacher Award of Ministry of Education, the 5th InfoSci?-Journals Excellence in Research Awards of IGI Global and so on.