Qingli Li is the director of the Shanghai Key Laboratory of Multidimensional Information Processing, a professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of Communication and Electronic Engineering, East China Normal University. As the project leader, he presided over more than 10 projects including the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the Doctoral Program Fund of the Ministry of Education, the International Cooperation Project of the Shanghai Municipal Science and Technology Commission, and the Shanghai Municipal Natural Science Foundation of China. He has published more than 100 academic papers retrieved by SCI/EI, and has obtained more than 15 patent authorizations. He has won the second prize of Technology Invention Award of the Ministry of Education, the second prize of Shanghai Technology Invention Award, and the first prize of Shanghai Science and Technology Progress Award. He is currently a member of the Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Technology and Application Committee of the China Association for Remote Sensing Applications, a senior member of the Chinese Society for Optical Engineering, a member of the Biomedical Image Committee of the Chinese Image and Graphics Society; IEEE Senior Member, SPIE Member. He is mainly engaged in the research of medical spectral imaging mechanism and biomedical application. He has successfully developed a push-broom micro-hyperspectral imaging system and a condensation-type molecular hyperspectral imaging system and applied them to the detection and analysis of biological tissue samples.
PhD in Pattern Recognition and Intelligent Systems, 2006
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
MEng in Circuits and Systems
BEng in Electronic Engineering