Recently, after a rigorous review organized by the European Research Council, Dr. Ruichi Wang, a young lecturer of our school, successfully won the EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships with an excellent score of 97 points (out of 100 points). Under the funding of this project, she will jointly carry out cooperative research with Loughborough University, University of Strathclyde, and Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
The “Marie Skłodowska-Curie Scholar” project is the most important personally funded project under the European Union’s “Horizon 2020” scientific research plan. It is listed as the top three outstanding talent programs in Europe, and the other two are the British “Newton Scholar” and the German “Humboldt Scholar”. The plan aims to fund first-class researchers to carry out cooperative research with Europe, with a view to promoting scientific progress and strengthening exchanges between researchers and European research institutions. As one of the highest awards for individual scientific research funded by the European Union, the “Mary Curie Scholars” Fund enjoys a high reputation in the world and is one of the highest awards for individual scientific research funded by the European Union. The Humboldt Fund of Germany. According to statistics, the global funding rate is only about 15%.
Dr. Ruichi Wang was graduated from the College of Electrical Engineering and Chu Kochen Honors College, Zhejiang University. She has won the honors such as Wang Guosong Scholarship, which is the highest honor of the College of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University. In September 2019, she started to work in the our school, mainly engaged in the interdisciplinary of power electronics and communications. In recent years, she has published 5 international TOP SCI transaction papers, more than 10 SCI/EI papers, and authorized 7 Chinese invention patents. In 2019, she won the silver prize of the 47th Geneva International Invention Exhibition.（wangruichi）