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Dr Kaiming Bi joined The Hong Kong Polytechnic University as an Associate Professor (Presidential Young Scholar Scheme) in January 2023. Before joining PolyU, he was an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow and Associate Professor in the Centre for Infrastructure Monitoring and Protection at Curtin University, Australia. Dr Bi's research interests mainly include Structural Vibration Control, Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering. He has generated more than 130 peer-reviewed papers in the well-known international journals. His research papers have attracted more than 4000 citations in Google Scholar with an H-index of 35. He is one of the Stanford’s World’s Top 2% Scientists (single year, since 2020). Dr Bi has won quite a few highly competitive research grants from ARC, including the prestigious Future Fellowship and Discovery Early Career Award. He received the JM Ko Medal from Advances in Structural Engineering-An International Journal in 2016, he was one of the finalists of the prestigious Western Australia Premier’s Science Awards Early Career Scientist of the Year in 2016, he also received the High Achieving Young Investigator Award from the University of Western Australia in 2012. He is an Associate Editor of the top structural engineering journal Engineering Structures.

Research interests

Structural vibration control

Impact engineering

Earthquake engineering

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Engineering, Central South University

Master of Science, Central South University

Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Western Australia


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