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Students under HK PhD Fellowship Scheme


Mr Ziliang JIN
  • PhD Student
Awardee of 2020/21

Consulting, Research and Teaching Interests:
Stochastic Optimization, Integer Programming, Robust and Data-Driven Optimization

JIN Ziliang received his Bachelor of Management Science degree in Industrial Engineering from South China University of Technology, China (2018), and Master of Science degree in Production Engineering and Management from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (2020). He is currently pursuing his Doctor of Philosophy under the supervision of Dr Kai PAN, sponsored by Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme. His research interests include stochastic optimization, integer programming, and robust and data-driven optimization.


Mr Ling Xiao WU
  • PhD Student
Awardee of 2017/18

Consulting, Research and Teaching Interests:
Transport and Logistics Management

WU Ling Xiao received his BSc degree in Logistics Management from Dalian Maritime University (2014), and MSc degree in Management Science and Engineering from Tongji University (2017). He is currently pursuing his PhD under the supervision of Dr WANG Shuaian (Hans), sponsored by Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme. His research interests include port operations, liner shipping and optimization algorithms.


Mr Kai WANG
  • PhD Student
Awardee of 2016/17

Consulting, Research and Teaching Interests:
Cruise Shipping, Port Logistics, Maritime Transportation, Optimization Algorithms

WANG Kai received his BMgt in Engineering Management from Shanghai University (2014), and MSc in Supply Chain Management from National University of Singapore (2016), during which he has done some internship or part-time jobs in Atlas Copco, General Motors, and Delta Electronics, respectively. After the graduation from NUS, he also has worked as Teaching Assistant & Research Assistant in Engineering School of Griffith University for six months. He is currently pursuing his Doctor of Philosophy under the supervision of Dr WANG Shuaian (Hans), sponsored by Hong Kong PhD fellowship Scheme. His interested research areas include cruise shipping, port logistics, maritime transportation and optimization algorithms.