Ding Shuiting (1967.11—) is a professor and Dean of the School of Energy and Power Engineering (a national pilot school) of Beihang University. He received his doctor’s degree from Beihang University in 1998. He is a distinguished professor of the Changjiang Scholars Program and Chief Scientist of the 973 Program. He is also Director and Chief Scientist of the Collaborative Innovation Center of Advanced Aero-engine sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Director of the International Centerof Energy and Environment, and Leader of the Innovation Team of Complex Aircraft Engine System Security of the Ministry of Education.
Prof. Ding has been engaging in research on system security and airworthiness of aircraft engines, the cooling of air system and hot end components, micro power, etc. He put forward a new basic theory and capture method of the load spectrum of the transition process of complex aircraft engines, discovered a new failure mode and solved a major problem concerning engine blades during transition. He also developed two-stage turbocharging system and innovated a new two-stage compressor structure independently, which are now taking a lead internationally in terms of technical indices.
He has published 198 papers in journals indexed by SCI and EI and obtained 32 patents. In recent years, he has been in charge of over 10 major projects of the National Defense 973 Program, scientific research of civil aircraft and so on. He has received a second prize of State Technological Invention Award, asecond prize of National Defense Technological Invention Award, first, second and third prizes of National Defense Science and Technology Progress Award, a first prize of Beijing Teaching Achievement Award, the Baosteel Education Award for Excellent Teachers and so on.