Zhang Guangjun (1965.3—) is a professor of the School of Instrumentation Science and Opto-electronics Engineering of Beihang University and a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (elected in 2013).
From 1982 to 1991, he successively received his bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and doctor’s degree from the Department of Precision Instrument Engineering of Tianjin University. He began to work at Beihang University in 1991. Now he is Director of the Key Laboratory of Precision Opto-mechatronics and Vice President of the two societies: Chinese Society for Measurement and the China Instrument and Control Society.
Dr. Zhang has been engaged in the dynamic measurement and engineering application of geometric parameters. He developed the vision measurement model and field calibration system, and brought up a series of new methods of dynamic imaging and graphic information processing. He led the development of small high-precision celestial navigation products for satellites, dynamic test stations of the flight performance of aeronautical equipment and main line dynamic test stations of train operation, which equal or surpass foreign products in major performance indicators. These technologies have been transferred to the industry sector.
He has won a first prize (in 2008), two second prize (in 2006 and 2012) and a fourth prize (in 1997) of the State Technological Invention Award. He also wrote two monographs: Vision Measurement and Star Identification.