My first journal article was submitted to Mechanical Science and Technology for Aerospace Engineering (机械科学与技术) in the end of 2008. I was worrying about it. I called the editor’s office several times, but the peer reviews had not been finished. Continue reading First Journal Article Accepted
When we watch some series or movies in English, there is a word they say often “C’est la vie”. I google it as “se la vi” and find its correct spelling. What does that mean? I look up “C’est la Continue reading C’est la vie
Almost everybody learns history, and almost all books about history, especially history textbook, is written by historians, more or less. The stories in these books are not only objective, but subjective, which is more a creative enterprise or an objective Continue reading Are All Historians Storytellers?
eTBLAST is a unique, great tool for searching literature collections, a text similarity-based engine, where MEDLINE, NASA, IOP (Institute of Physics), and CRISP (Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects, a database of federally funded biomedical research) are available. USPTO Continue reading eTBLAST Against Plagiarism
PHILIP J. CHMIELEWSKI, a professor at Loyola Marymount University, has come to our Southwest Jiaotong University and given lectures on Engineering Ethics. The lessons will last about two weeks, with eight times of lectures. His course website: engineering ethics He Continue reading Philip J. Chmielewski Gives Lectures on Engineering Ethics
ZHANG Gong, one of my best friends, was a PhD student in our laboratory. Today, He defended his dissertation on high-speed electro-hydraulic proportional valves, with beautiful slides and detailed his thesis work in the afternoon. specialists in the defense committee Continue reading Congratulations to ZHANG Gong