Professor Qing-Long Han, IES TII Co-Editor-in-Chief, has been named an Honorary Fellow of Engineers Australia, for his exceptional contributions to the engineering profession and the Australian community.
Honorary Fellow is the highest membership of Engineers Australia and can only be awarded to and retained by 200 living members of the organisation. It’s an honour presented to distinguished people for conspicuous service to the Australian people or in recognition of outstanding achievement.
Proud to have been named an Honorary Fellow of Engineers Australia, Professor Qing-Long Han said: “Given that Engineers Australia has approximately 120,000 individual members, and only 200 can hold this lifetime Fellowship, I am very pleased to receive this prestigious award.”
Professor Han is a renowned academic and leader in network control and communications systems, with a significant global influence. He has received numerous accolades, including the 2021 Norbert Wiener Award and the 2021 M. A. Sargent Medal from Engineers Australia, and has made substantial contributions to engineering education and the profession’s promotion.
Congratulations to him!
Qing-Long Han, Swinburne University of Technology, Victoria
Professor Han has more than three decades of extensive research experience across academia and industry. He has made exceptional and innovative technologies contributions to networked control and multiagent systems and applications to smart grids demonstrated by the worldwide academic impact (627 high quality papers with more than 46,350 citations and an h-index of 118), and the significant lasting industry impact. These contributions have benefited the community in Australia and internationally. As Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Quality) at Swinburne University of Technology, he has shown his exceptional leadership in strategic organisational developments and as a champion of research excellence.