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Xian Zhao

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Name

Xian Zhao

 

Department

Management Science and Engineering

Phone No.

 

E-mail

Zhaoxian@bit.edu.cn

Address

School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology 5 South Zhongguancun Street, Haidian District, Beijing, P.R.China

Zip Code

100081

Education

Ph. D (Management, June 2008) form School of Management and Economics, BIT

Research Scholar, Jul 2006-Jul 2007, Dept. of Industry Engineering, University of Tennessee.

BA (Management, June 2002) from School of Economics & Management, Hebei University of Science and Technology

Professional Experience

Associate profess, from Jul. 2007 to present, School of Management and Economics, BIT

Lecture, Lecturer, Jul 2008-Jul 2011, School of Management and Economics, BIT

Courses

Reliability Engineering, Quality Management, Operational Research

Research

Interests

System Reliability and Management, Quality Management, Industrial Engineering.

Selected Publications

Keynote speech for international conference

[1]     X. Zhao, Developments of Start-up Demonstration Tests, 7th International Conference on “Mathematical Methods in Reliability”- Theory. Methods. Applications. June 20, 2011.

[2]     X. Zhao, Advances in Start-up Demonstration Tests, 5th Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Advanced Reliability and Maintenance Modeling. November 1, 2012.

Papers published in international journal

[3]     X. Zhao, Start-up demonstration tests for products with start-up delay, Quality Technology & Quantitative Management. In Press. 2013 (SCI).

[4]     X. Zhao, On generalized start-up demonstration tests, Annals of Operations Research. Online first. 2012 (SCI).

[5]     X. Zhao, Y. Xu, and F. Y. Liu, State Distributions of Multi-State Consecutive-k Systems, IEEE Transactions on Reliability. 2012, 61(2): 274-281.(SCI).

[6]     X. Zhao, W. Zhao, and W. J. Xie, A two-dimension linear connected-k system with trinary states and its reliability, Journal of Systems Engineering & Electronics. 2011, 22(5): 866-870 (SCI).

[7]     X. Zhao, L. R. Cui, W. Zhao, and F. Liu, Exact reliability of a linear connected-(r, s)-out-of-(m, n): F system, IEEE Transactions on Reliability. 2011, 60(3): 689-698 (SCI).

[8]     X. Zhao and L. R. Cui, Reliability evaluation of generalized multi-state k-out-of-n systems based on FMCI Approach, International Journal of Systems Science. 2010, 41(12): 1437-1443 (SCI).

[9]     L. R. Cui, Y. Xu, and X. ZhaoDevelopments and Applications of the Finite Markov Chain Imbedding Approach in Reliability, IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 2010, 59(4): 685-690 (SCI)

[10] X. Zhao and L. R. Cui. On the accelerated scan finite Markov chain imbedding approach, IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 2009, 58(2): 383-388 (SCI).

[11] J. H. Pang and X. Zhao, Relative r-impact based on normalization method. IEEE Transactions on Reliability. 2009, 58(2): 324-327 (SCI).

[12] X. Zhao, L. R. Cui, and W. Kuo, Reliability for sparsely consecutive-k systems, IEEE Transactions on Reliability. 2007, 56(3): 516-524 (SCI).

[13] X. Zhao, H. S. Yang, and J. L. Li, A sensitivity analysis for system reliability, Communications in Statistics: Theory & Methods. 2006, 35(10): 1845-1856 (SCI).

Recent Funds

[1]     PI, Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University (NCET-12-0040), 2013-2015

[2]     PI, National Natural Science Foundation of China (71271028), 2013-2016

[3]     PI, National Natural Science Foundation of China (70901008), 2010-2012

[4]     PI, Specialized Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education (20091101120053), 2010-2012

[5]     PI, Excellent Talent Culture Foundation of Beijing (2009D013001000040), 2010-2011

[6]     PI, Beijing Philosophy and Social Science Planning Program (12JGC091), 2013-2015

Academ Affiliation and Membership