|Dr. Wang was enrolled by the Architecture Department, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University in 1997. As an exchange student, he studied at the Department of Architecture, Hong Kong University and finished his Undergraduate Diploma Design in 2002. During his Graduate and Post Graduate periods, Prof. DAI Fudong (Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering) and Prof. WU Lusheng (Chinese Architectural Master) were his supervisors. He got his Ph.D. degree in 2008 and started teaching in his alma mater. Now, he is an Associate Professor of Architectural Design and Theory, Master Student Supervisor, China National First Grade Registered Architect. During 2011-2012, he was a Visiting Scholar at Architecture Department, MIT.
Dr. Wang focuses on the research of Urban Building Complex for more than ten years. Now he takes charge of one Project supported by Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and one Provincial Research Project. He also takes part in two projects of NSFC and finishes 3 projects. He authored “Research on Contemporary Urban Building Complex” which has already become an important academic monograph in China, and published more than 20 journal papers in either Chinese or English. Meanwhile, he integrates his research with teaching, and also guides many graduate students to attend his research.
During the past five years, Dr. Wang obtained many results in the field of education. He was chosen as a representative from Tongji University to support the architectural education in Xinjiang University. He also published a lot of teaching research papers and led students to win several National or International Design Competitions which including the “Cyan Dragon award” of 2011 Asian Contest of the Rookies’ Award, and the First Prize of Vertical Cities Asia International Design Competition 2013. As for his outstanding contribution on education, he was awarded as the National Outstanding Young Architectural Teacher in 2013.