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Qichun Zhang received his Ph.D degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from University of Manchester, UK, in 2016. He also received an MSc in Control Theory and Control Engineering in 2010 and BEng in Automation in 2008, both from Northeastern University, China. He joined University of Bradford, UK, in 2019 where he is a Lecturer in Computer Science. Before joining Bradford, he was a Senior Lecturer in Dynamics and Control at De Montfort University, a Senior Research Officer in Neural Engineering at University of Essex, and an Academic Visitor at Control Systems Centre, University of Manchester. He serves on over 20 international journals as an active reviewer and currently he is Associate Editor of IEEE Access and Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing. He is Academic Editor for PLOS ONE and editorial board member for 4 other journals. His research interests include stochastic dynamic systems, probabilistic coupling analysis, decoupling control, performance optimization, brain-computer interface and computational modelling for peripheral nervous systems.
Artificial Intelligence Autonomous Systems Brain-Computer Interface Data Mining & Machine Learning Human-Computer Interaction Optimization Theory & Computation Real-Time & Embedded Systems Robotics Sensors