Wang Tingjun, male, born in April 1966, obtained a master's degree in fluid transmission and control from Tianjin University in 1993, and a doctorate degree in mechanical design and theory from China University of Mining and Technology (Beijing) in 2011. "Mechanical Undergraduate Pilot Professional Construction" project leader in mechanical and electrical engineering. From August 2014 to July 2016, he joined the Mayor of Science and Technology in Nantong City, Jiangsu Province, participated in science and technology management, prefecture-school enterprise cooperation, product development, and technical services, and has extensive experience in corporate project research. In 2012, he obtained the qualification certificate of equipment supervision training instructor issued by China Equipment Supervision Association. In recent years, he has hosted or participated in a number of scientific research projects, including the National 863 Project, the Shanghai Minhang District Science and Technology Commission Project, and the Enterprise Cooperation Project. He has published more than 30 papers at home and abroad, of which more than 10 have been included in EI / SCI. It has been authorized 11 invention patents and 26 utility model patents. He won one special prize (ranked 4/10) and one first prize (ranked 5/10) for the Shanghai Teaching Achievement. He participated in the National 863 Project "Multi-robot System Technology" and won the Shanghai International Industry Fair Innovation Award in 2009.
Mainly engaged in the development and research of electromechanical equipment and robots.
Sun Qun, female, born in March 1981, doctor, lecturer, teacher of the School of Mechanical Engineering. He has lectured on a series of courses such as "Mechanical Drafting", hosted and participated in a number of course construction projects, and was deeply loved by students for his simple teaching style. He won the first prize in the 2018 Shanghai Teachers College Teacher Teaching Competition, and the third Shanghai Young University Teacher Teaching Competition in 2018 won the third prize in the Natural Science Applied Discipline Group.