The Engineering and Technology institute Groningen is proud to announce that Prof Ming Cao and Prof Yutao Pei recently have been granted promotion by the Executive Board of our University to full professor. We congratulate them with their appointment.
Prof. dr. Ming Cao, Discrete Technology and Production Automation, obtained his PhD from Yale University (VS) in 2007 in the field of Multi-agent Formations and Sensor Networks . Thereafter he went for a postdoc to Princeton university (VS). Since 2008 he is appointed at ENTEG. His current research focusses on Network analysis and Robotics.Cao recently also started as director for the master degree programme Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM).
Prof. dr. Yutao Pei is chair of the Advanced Production Engineering group of ENTEG. Pei received his PhD degree from the China University of Geosciences in 1992 in the field of laser engineering. Since 18 years he works in The Netherlands; where he worked at the Materials innovation institute M2i (predecessor of NIMR) and then at Corus (now Tata Steel) in IJmuiden. Since November 2013 he has been professor at ENTEG where he focuses on coatings and laser materials processing.
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