Dr. Li Yonghui, male, was born in 1981 and graduated from the Kyoto University, Japan in 2010. He is an associate professor and postgraduate tutor in School of Architecture, Southeast University. He also works as a China cultural heritage protection responsibility engineer designer and the Director Assistant in the Ministry of Education Key Laboratory for Urban and Architectural Heritage Protection (in Southeast University).
More than 10 national or ministerial science research projects have been presided by him, including 1 youth project of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 1 surface project of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 1 subject research of the science and technology in the field of cultural heritage protection from state administration of cultural heritage, 1 PhD Program Foundation of Ministry of Education of China, 1 selected returned overseas Chinese scholars project of the Ministry of Personnel of China and 1 open research subject from the Key Laboratory for Urban and Architectural Heritage Protection in Southeast University;
He has participated in 2 projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China and 4 subjects supported by the National “12th five-year plan” for Science; Several crossing engineering projects entrusted by government, companies, universities home and abroad and scientific research units have also been presided and completed by him. Nearly 30 papers have been published by him in domestic and foreign journals as the first author. He gained the Asian “Top 10” scholarship and was awarded “JAABE Best Paper Award” by China, South Korea and Japan institute of architects in 2014.
Dr. Li specializes in the heritage protection and utility, preventive protection and supervision and optimization for protection surroundings of ancient ruins, ancient tombs and masonry buildings.
School of Architecture, Southeast University
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