Wang Yansong, male, ethnic Manchu Chinese, was born in February 1971, with his ancestral hometown in Wendeng, Shandong Province. Doctor of engineering, professor.


He joined the Communist Party of China in May 1993 and started working in July 1994, graduated from the University of Ulsan, Korea in February 2006 with a doctorate degree in automotive engineering, and was selected into the Liaoning Province University Excellent Talent Support Program and Shanghai Distinguished Professor in 2008. Professor Wang was formerly the executive deputy dean and dean of the School of Automotive Engineering, and has served as vice president of Shanghai University of Engineering Science since July 2017.


Professor Wang is a member of the International IEEE and IIAV Societies, a member of the Testing Technology Committee of the Chinese Ordnance Society, a member of the Society of Automotive Engineering, and a member of the Acoustics Society, a member of the Shanghai Society of Automotive Engineering, an expert member of the SAIC Science and Technology Foundation. He also serves as a reviewer for more than 10 international academic journals like J. Sound Vib.


Research Interestsvehicle noise and vibration measurement and control technology. Professor Wang has undertaken more than 30 scientific research projects at home and abroad, including 3 National Natural Science Foundation projects and 5 provincial and ministerial projects; published more than 120 papers domestic and abroad, including 27 in SCI and 63 in EI, and published monographs, 6 textbooks, 14 authorized national patents and software copyrights. He has won China Machinery Industry Award (2nd and 3rd class), China Automobile Industry Science and Technology Progress Award (3rd class), Shanghai Science and Technology Progress Award (3rd class), three Liaoning Provincial Natural Science Academic Achievement Awards (paper), and Shanghai Excellent Invention Silver Award, and provincial and ministerial Teaching Reform Achievements Award (2nd and 3rd class).