Dr Gang Lu received a BEng degree from Central South University, Changsha, China in 1982, and a PhD degree from the University of Greenwich, UK in 2000. He started his career as a mechanical engineer, serving for the iron- and steel-making industry in China, and had been a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow with the University of Greenwich and the University of Kent. He is now a Senior Lecturer in Electronic Instrumentation with the School of Engineering and Digital Arts, University of Kent. His research interests include sensors, instrumentation, measurement, condition monitoring, digital signal processing, digital image processing and applications of artificial intelligence. He has been involved in a range of projects on advanced monitoring and characterization of flames in both lab- and industrial-scale fossil-fuel combustion systems.
Dr Gang Lu is a Chartered Engineer, a senior member of IEEE, and a member of the Energy Institute. He was awarded the Engineering Innovation Prize (Energy) by the IET in 2006.
University of Kent
- Quantitative Characterisation of Flame Radical Emissions for Combustion Optimisation through Spectroscopic Imaging
- Three-Dimensional Visualisation and Quantitative Characterisation of Combustion Flames Using Digital Imaging Techniques
- On-line Measurement of Particle Size Distribution Using Piezoelectric Sensors
- Intelligent Flame Detection Incorporating Burner Condition Monitoring and On-Line Fuel Tracking
EL875 Advanced Sensors and Instrumentation Systems
EL600 Project (Final Year Project)
EL565 Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Systems
EL515 Physiological Measurement
EL562 Project Planning and Project Management
EL318 Engineering Mathematics
EL027 Digital Electronics