College of Electronic and Information Engineering, Southwest University
Shukai Duan received the Ph.D. degree in 2006 and has completed his postdoctoral studies in 2008 from the Chongqing University of China. Currently, he is a Professor with the college of Electronics and Information Engineering and the deputy director of Division of Science and Technology, Southwest University. He was also invited as a visiting professor in University of Michigan, University of Windsor, and Texas A&M University at Qatar, in 2011, 2013 and 2014, respectively. He has published more than 100 papers in reputed journals and conferences.
Dr. Duan’s research interests include (i) memristive devices and systems: memristive device modeling, analysis and applications in nonvolatile memory and advanced information processing; (ii) industrial biotechnology: detection of bacteria, analysis of odors based on electronic nose (iii) nonlinear systems and circuits: chaos systems, chaotic circuit implementation, nonlinear dynamic systems and pulse control; (iv) Artificial intelligent: artificial neural network algorithms, neuromorphic computing systems.