Brief Introduction of Professor Zhi-Ming Zheng
Zhi-Ming Zheng, an Information processing expert, is now a Professor in Beihang University. Professor Zheng was born in Shanghai in October 1953. He graduated from the Mathematics Department of Peking University in 1977, and obtained his master's and doctoral degrees in pure mathematics in 1984 and 1987. In 2017, he was elected as an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is currently the deputy director of the Academic Committee of Beihang University. He has been engaged in the research of the intersection of mathematics and information, such as air and space information security and complex information systems. He established the dynamic cryptography--the principle and method of cryptanalysis based on algebraic and dynamic fusion. This foundation breaks through the technical bottlenecks such as high-speed, low-cost and multi-mode safety of air and space information, and successfully develops a series of new air and safety equipments. As for the complex information systems, Professor Zheng has created the principles and methods of regulating system complexity, and established a new computing model for rapid information dissemination, global information diffusion and accurate data analysis, which has produced important international academic influences. He won the first prize of National Technology Invention Award, HLHL Science and Technology Progress Award, First Prize of Natural Science Award of Ministry of Education and First Prize of National Defense Technology Invention Award.