Mei Sun is a Professor in Jiangsu University. She is the associate dean of faculty of science in Jiangsu University. In recent years, she has been engaged in the theory and application of energy-economic system, chaos control and complex network, and published more than 40 academic articles in journals, which are indexed by SCI, by EI, or by ISTP. Her doctoral dissertation was rated as Top Dissertation of Jiangsu Province. Her academic articles have been awarded the first prize in the 10th Academic Articles Award of Zhenjiang City, and the third prize of philosophical and social sciences of Jiangsu province. She has presided over research projects funded by National Natural Science Foundation, China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, Jiangsu Postdoctoral Research Program, Humanities and Social Sciences Foundation of Education Department of Jiangsu province, Zhenjiang Soft Science Foundation, and Research Startup Foundation for Top Talents of Jiangsu University.
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