Hongrui Cao, Professor
Xi'an Jiaotong University
Hongrui Cao, a male, born in 1982, is a professor and doctoral supervisor. Dr. Cao is a Humboldt Scholar, Germany, the recipient of Outstanding Youth Fund of National Natural Science Foundation of China (2019), the International Academy of Production Engineering (CIRP) Research Affiliate, and Shaanxi Young Science and Technology Talent. He is currently working at Xi'an Jiaotong University. He is the Executive Director of Rotor Dynamics Committee of Chinese Society of Vibration Engineering (CSVE), Director of Fault Diagnosis Committee, Executive Director of CSVE, a young editorial member of Journal of Vibration Engineering and Mechanical Science and Technology for Aerospace Engineering, the editorial member of International Journal of Mechatronics and Manufacturing Systems and Machines.
Dr. Cao has long been engaged in the research of failure mechanism analysis, fault diagnosis, and prediction of intelligent spindle rotor-bearing systems. He has presided over 10 projects, including one National Key Research and Development Program project, 4 National Natural Science Foundation Projects, and other projects such as major special projects and general assembly pre-research. In 2020, he won the Shaanxi Higher Education Scientific Research Outstanding Achievement Award First Class Award (Science and Technology) (the first finisher). In addition, he has published more than 80 journals and conference papers, including more than 50 SCI-indexed papers (more than 2,300 SCI citations), four of which were selected as ESI Highly Cited Papers, and one of which was selected as one of the top academic papers in Outstanding S&T Journals of China. He also won the Best Paper Award (2019) of Int J Mach Tool Manu Journal, an authoritative journal in the field of mechanical engineering and received 5 awards for outstanding papers from the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, Chinese Society of Vibration Engineering, and Chinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics. His research results have been cited and positively evaluated by more than 20 members of the Academy of Sciences/Engineering, CIRP Fellows, and ASME Fellows from the United States, Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom.