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Prof Dr. Shuang Liu | Emotional Brain-Computer Interface Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr. Shuang Liu, Tianjin University, China

🌟 Dr. Shuang Liu is a distinguished Chair Professor and national-level leading talent at Tianjin University. As Vice Dean of the Medical School, she spearheads research in affective brain-computer interfaces and mental health. Renowned as Chief Scientist of the National Key Research and Development Program, she has led numerous national-level projects and published prolifically in esteemed journals. With over 15 patents and notable awards including the National Teaching Achievement Prize, her expertise extends to affective disorders and rehabilitation engineering. Dr. Liu’s impactful mentorship has nurtured award-winning graduate students, cementing her status as a trailblazer in psychiatry and human-machine engineering.

 

Publication Profile

πŸ… Honors and Awards

Recognized for her outstanding contributions, Dr. Liu has received numerous accolades including the Prize for National Teaching Achievement and multiple technical invention awards.

 

πŸ“š Academic Achievements

Her impactful research is evident through publications in esteemed journals such as IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing and the Journal of Affective Disorders.

πŸ”¬ Research Focus

πŸ”¬ Dr. Shuang Liu’s research focus spans the synthesis and characterization of novel metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) with a keen interest in their magnetic and catalytic properties. With contributions to diverse journals such as Inorganica Chimica Acta, Journal of Rare Earths, and Journal of Solid State Chemistry, Dr. Liu delves into areas like ferrimagnetic behavior, slow magnetic relaxation, and luminescent detection. Her expertise lies in exploring the potential applications of MOFs, from catalytic conversion of CO2 to cyclic carbonates to detecting ions in aqueous solutions. Through innovative research, Dr. Liu contributes significantly to advancing our understanding of MOFs’ multifunctional capabilities and their practical applications.

 

 

Shuang Liu | Emotional Brain-Computer Interface Award | Best Researcher Award

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