| Zhu,Gaofeng Academician (PHD supervisor)|
| Gender： Male|
expert in communication technologies and management.
From 1951 to 1952, Mr. Zhu Gaofeng studied in the Department of Physics of Tsinghua University; in 1958, he graduated from the Leningrad Telecommunications Engineering Institute of the former Soviet Union and got his bachelor degree in engineering. He was a former Vice-minister of the former Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, an Executive Senior Engineer and was elected the Executive Vice-president of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE) in 1994.
From the 1970s to 1980s, Mr. Zhu led the general R&D work of the 1800ch medium coaxial-cable system; in 1978 this project was awarded the Chinese Science and Technology Conference prize. The 4380ch carrier system, whose design was led by Mr. Zhu, broke the international blocking of communication technologies against China and won him the first prize of the National Science and Technology Progress Award in 1985.
Mr. Zhu proposed and organized the construction of the national automatic long-distance telephone network. During that time, he put forward the overall plan on reliable network operation, which served to promote the communication network theory. He also led the work in planning long-distance networks in China, which played a vital role for the success of the building of 22 optical fiber cables during the 8th Five-Year-Plan period.
In recent years, while closely following the trend of world IT technology development, Mr. Zhu has been making valuable explorations on issues such as industrial structure, engineering education and technological innovation, which are well reflected in a good many papers published in these areas.
Mr. Zhu became a member of the Chinese Institute of Electronics (CIE) in the 1970s; in 1979, he became a member of the China Institute of Communications (CIC) and had been the Vice-chairperson of the Executive Board of CIC; he had also been an executive member of China Association for Science and Technology; In 2002, he became the chairman of the China Communication Standards Association and the Vice-president of CIE.