Distinguished Young Scholars
Lin Jing
Release time:October 24, 2017

Lin Jing (1971.5—) is a professor and PhD supervisor as well as Dean of the School of Reliability and Systems Engineering of Beihang University. He is a distinguished professor of the Chang Jiang Scholars Program and an awardee of the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars.

Prof. Lin received his doctor's degree from Xi’an Jiaotong University in 1999. His research interests include machinery dynamic testing and fault diagnosis and industrial big data. He brought up the idea of wavelet entropy, the first wavelet-based quantitative optimization principle in the world, and a parameter selection strategy for generalized threshold de-noising model and maximum likelihood threshold model. He also developed anon-orthogonal wavelet de-nosing method, a wavelet-based independent component analysis model and an adaptive wavelet-based filtering model. His work contributes to the development of transient signal processing.

Prof. Lin has published over 80 papers in journals listed in the Science Citation Index, and won a second prize of the State Natural Science Award in 2013. His research has been applied to the fields of energy and power, petrochemistry, equipment manufacturing, rail transit, architecture, biology, electrical engineering and oceanography.