Name: LI Xinju Sex: Male Born: 12/1965
Title and Position: Postdoctoral, Professor, Ph. D. supervisor, Department Professor Committee Member
General Certificate of Education:
Graduated Bachelor degree in Department of Soil and Chemistry, Shandong Agricultural University (1986).
Awarded Master and Doctor degree of soil science in Department of Soil and Chemistry, Shandong Agricultural University (1997 and 2005, respectively).
Completed Postdoctoral research in China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing (2008).
Member, Shandong Academy of Agricultural Engineering
Member, Land Institute of Tai’an City, Shandong Province
Member, expert group on land consolidation of Ministry of Land and Resources
Member, expert group on land consolidation of Shandong Provincial of Land Department of Land and Resources
Member, evaluation experts of Transactions of Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering, Acta Pedologica Sinica, Acta Ecologica Sinica, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering and Chinese Journal of Eco-Agriculture.
Land Planning Science
The leading academic studies are mainly engaged in land consolidation, land reclamation, mining ecological restoration, land quality, land management and land use planning.
More than 10 government-funded longitudinal projects: National Key Technology R&D Program, 863 project, National Science Foundation, National Social Science Foundation, China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, Weal projects from Ministry of Land and Resources, Shandong Provincial Foundation for Young and Middle-aged scientists, etc.
Enterprise-funded latitudinal projects from Ministry of Land and Resources: land planning, land consolidation, land price evaluation, land reclamation plan, mining environment management, undermining village relocation plan, etc.
A science and technology first prize from Ministry of Land and Resources
A science and technology first prize of Shandong Province
The first and second prize from Shandong Provincial Education Department
5 teaching materials (chief editor and senate)
More than 60 papers (more than 30 papers indexed by EI and ISTP)